Meet Lisa Wagner

Hi everyone, I’m Lisa Wagner! Previously, I owned and operated Property Pros, an area real estate brokerage, in the Siouxland region. Today, I’m pleased to announce that my firm has merged with CENTURY 21 ProLink! I’d love to tell you a little more about myself and what this merger means for our clients, agents and community.

In addition to being the Broker/Owner of Property Pros, I have over 15 years’ experience with residential sales in Le Mars, Sioux City and the surrounding areas. Specializing in relocation and corporate transfers, I recently earned my CRP, Certified Relocation Professional designation and am a member of Worldwide ERC, the workforce mobility association.

In the spring of 2016, a unique opportunity arose for Property Pros. I was invited to attend the CENTURY 21 Global Conference alongside Kyle Kelly, Broker/Owner of CENTURY 21 ProLink. The conference offered state of the art classes and networking opportunities with real estate professionals from all over the world. The synergy and professionalism of the people attending was truly impressive. It was obvious that the other professionals really believed in the power of the CENTURY 21 brand.

Following my time at the conference, I had the chance to meet and talk with leaders of the CENTURY 21 corporation. They spent time getting to know Property Pros and answering questions about the CENTURY 21 brand. After visiting there, the merger really felt like a perfect fit.

The power of the CENTURY 21 ProLink brand will help Property Pros take full advantage of the fast changing world of real estate technology. It will not only give our agent’s access to more tools, but will also increase the exposure of our clients’ properties online and throughout the community.

The Property Pros office in Le Mars, Iowa will remain open. It will continue to offer the same outstanding service under its new name, CENTURY 21 ProLink. We’re very grateful for this new adventure and cannot wait to grow our services to better serve our clients!

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