Her Goal is to Serve Her Clients’ Needs Honestly, Ethically, & Efficiently Through Accountability & Quality Service. Meet Phoenix Luxury Real Estate Agent, Judy LeMarr

5d934a65dad7dd93fdb3fc7403495584.jpgHer tireless, patient, calm, and professional approach makes the real estate buying or selling process smooth and assures things happen based on her clients’ needs and time frame. Judy’s communication style is open—maintaining a good sense of humor and real-life perspective to help minimize stress—before, during, and after a transaction. This manner of care combined with a sharp focus on her clients’ objectives has contributed to her ranking as a top producing Realtor for many years.

Q: Can you share with us what made you decide to have a career in Real Estate? 
I came from a real estate family and after working in a high stress environment commuting to downtown San Francisco, I decided to pivot and work for myself and my own clients.

Q: How long have you been active in Real Estate?
23 years

Q: Obviously with Covid-19 there’s a lot of changes going on in the world … what changes have you seen that you feel will remain in Real Estate? Do you think there will be more changes?
It is clear that there is more business conducted virtually and that is here to stay.

Q: Do you specialize in certain types of properties?
I have represented everyone from first time buyers, relocating buyers, investor, and probate sales.

Q: Can you share with our audience what Buyers & Sellers can expect when they work with you?
My clients state I am no nonsense, responsive, professional, and fun.

Q: What are two things that separate you from other agents?
I am about the client, not the transaction. Details and ethics are important to me.

Q: Do you work with both buyers and sellers?

Q: How has technology changed the Real Estate industry over the years?
It no longer serves the seller to slap a listing on the MLS. Video, professional photos, floorplans, etc. must be utilized in an online marketing platform.

With the availability of information, buyers have most information at their fingertips which keeps the agent on her toes. But the agent has the relationships and the negotiating skills needed beyond the info the buyer finds online.

Q: If we interviewed all your past clients … what is one common word that comes up when they describe working with you?
The one common “phrase” is client focused.

Q: What's the greatest fear you've had to overcome to get where you are today?  
I hate the telephone. Not sure I have overcome that.

Q: Can you tell our audience one of your most memorable moments your career?
When I could not be with my sellers to negotiate their sale, participate in the inspection, signing and celebration due to Covid restrictions. I hated not being present. It was a defining moment for me which illustrated to me what was important in transacting business with my clients. I am hands-on.

Q: What are some of the challenges you feel women face today?
Trying to do it all, taking a “back seat” to men that may intimidate, taking disappointments and challenges personally.

Q: What advice would you give to young women who want to succeed in the workplace?
Get a mentor.

Q: After high school, where did you feel your career path would take you?  
Not here!

Q: Can you tell us how you manage your work life balance?
I start my day with exercise then after that wakes me up I sit down with my gratitude journal and affirmations before breakfast. I travel to refresh. Unfortunately, that travel often includes packing my computer.

Five Things About Judy LeMarr 

1. What’s the most amazing adventures have you’ve ever been on? 
Safari in Tanzania by far! We saw every animal possible. And the people were fabulous. Happy, generous, always smiling.

2. Where’s the strangest place you’ve ever been? 
Moscow in December of 1973. Everything was a different shade of grey from the ground up including the food. They had and vodka wonderful black bread with sweet butter. That kept me going for the week.

3. What’s the most spontaneous thing you’ve done? 
I said yes and Jumped out of an airplane when my father asked all three kids if we wanted to go skydiving during Christmas vacation. Glad I did it in my 20s. I would not do it today. 

4. What would you sing at Karaoke night? 
I would not be caught dead singing Karaoke. My birthday gift to you is NOT signing Happy Birthday to You.

5. Have you ever met anyone famous? Who? 
Sandra Day O’Connor. She performed my marriage ceremony the spring before her nomination and swearing in at the Supreme Court which I attended.


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