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868 Grand Hughey Ct. Apopka, FL 32712

Lisa Shea was a new agent hire for me to close a very good client''s file today. From first contact, she was an excellent communicator, maintained a Can Do attitude, pleasant professionalism, and a much appreciated demeanor of calm competence thru delayed documents, flexible scheduling, and ultimately an error in delivery on the part of my client that would''ve flummoxed more callow or less confident signing agents still working in the field. I can highly recommend her to you as a top notch professional to represent your company and to serve your clients, and I will certainly be hiring her again to do so whenever I have an order closing anywhere within her coverage area.

Robyn Johnson on 8/21/2020 10:22:49 AM

Lisa Shea is a wonderful notary she''s a pleasure to speak with on the phone she''s a Great Notary. We have requested her services time and time again and we will continue to do so. If you need a notary Please call Lisa Shea

Nakisha McDonald on 1/10/2017 11:30:07 AM


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