About Lisa


Lisa Marinozzi, Karen ColyerFor the past 20 years, the real estate business has been an integral part of my life. My stepfather, Barry Colyer, and my mother, Karen Colyer, began working as a real estate team in the mid-90's and proceeded to do so with great success through 2011.  From 1995 on, there was never a day when real estate wasn't discussed in our home.  We joked that we could write off every family dinner since our discussions began and ended with business.  Real estate was a way of life for us, and continues to be for me today.  

In 2006, Lisa Marinozzi, Barry ColyerBarry and Karen opened RE/MAX Traditions Real Estate in the heart of downtown Oakland in Bergen County, NJ. From 2006 to 2012 while attending college and graduate school, I worked at our office as an administrative assistant.  While my studies were fulfilling, the office is where I did my best learning--where I developed even greater awareness of how much I loved the business that was already second nature to me.

Barry was Oakland's #1 Realtor from 2000 to 2011*; he passed away after a year-long battle with cancer in 2012.  From 2012 to 2013, Karen continued to manage the office and carried on the tradition of being Oakland's #1 Realtor*.  In 2013, after graduating with my Master's degree, I became a licensed real estate agent working alongside Karen as her buyer's agent.  This learning experience was invaluable and greatly prepared me for working as a sales associate within our office.  In 2014, Karen retired from real estate.

My goal is to continue my family's tradition of excellence in the local real estate market--particularly in Oakland and Ramapo River Reserve. Having lived in Oakland for 19 years--experiencing firsthand the town, recreation program, school system, etc., and building excellent working relationships with local real estate professionals, I'm a great resource for everything Oakland.

If you're thinking of buying or selling in Ramapo River Reserve in Oakland--or a neighboring town--I'd welcome assisting you!

* statistics according to NJMLS


Disclaimer

 
 

Lisa Marinozzi and RE/MAX HomeTowne Realty are not affiliated with or officially endorsed by Ramapo River Reserve.  This site is a means to promote and advertise the homes marketed by Lisa Marinozzi and RE/MAX HomeTowne Realty.