17-year Falmouth resident with extensive business, and property management experience prior to launching real estate career. Extraordinary customer skills with my extraordinary customers!
Get to know Lois Lengyel
My love affair with Maine began with a summer job at a lobster pound on Wells Beach during my college years at Miami University of Ohio. After moving to Falmouth almost 20 years ago, my husband and I quickly learned the joys of our home overflowing with visiting children and summer guests who never tire of sharing our favorite delights – backyard lobster bakes, blue berry picking, ferry boat rides to explore the islands, Ogunquit summer theater and of course, exhilarating year-round beach walks with our 2 golden retrievers. My professional career transitioned from being a successful traveling consultant for a big-five firm, to passionate involvement with real estate. I am especially knowledgeable about home building from concept to construction and have built or renovated 7 homes in both Hilton Head, SC and Maine. My style is highly collaborative – and I have nurtured a vast network of relationships with architects, builders, designers, landscapers, interior decorators and other brokers. All of these valuable relationships contribute to my own resources and provide support to my clients when they need assistance in the broad range of issues involved with buying and selling homes. I love our state of Maine – the “hidden gem” and am delighted to be part of the Legacy Sotheby’s team as we strive to raise the bar for highest levels of customer service.
I am developing expertise in working with folks that are looking for down-sizing options. There are so many areas to explore and so many choices for people. That is the good news. Of course, working through all questions are critically important such as: "Where do the grandchildren stay when they come to visit?" and "Who do I get to check-in on my place while I am gone?" This requires excellent listening skills on behalf of brokers, compassion and empathy. Transitions in all of our lives are never easy roads to travel.