Agents

Lisa DeJessa is a lifelong resident of Bucks County, which has allowed her to learn all about the area and what it has to offer. This helps when presenting your property for sale or helping you buy a property with certain requirements. Lisa approaches her Realtor role with enthusiasm and integrity. Lisa believes that real estate is much more than simply buying or selling a home. To her, a key element of real estate is developing relationships and building trust with her clients. When you meet Lisa you will quickly realize you have gained a true friend! She knows how to listen and always puts the needs and wants of her clients first. Lisa truly enjoys working with her clients and helping them through the process of buying or selling a home. Lisa DeJessa’ insight, savvy and tenacity can help maximize your real estate investment. Lisa DeJessa is a Licensed Realtor in the State of Pennsylvania.

Commercial Real Estate Team in Central Bucks for the past 11 years

Felix H. Zusin
BROKER/Managing Principal

Sandra Keogh and Ray Joseph

Sandra was a consistent top producer in Residential before joining up with Ray in Commercial.  Sandra is one of the few designated Commercial agents in Bucks County with experience in Retail/Office/Land and Industrial sales and rentals. Sandra is a member of the National Association, and the Pa. Association of Realtors, as well as the Bucks County Association of Realtors.  A 23 year resident of Doylestown, she and her husband has three sons.

Ray Joseph has been a Commercial Agent in Central Bucks since he retired from Nabisco Brands, a Fortune top 50 Company in June of 1999.  Ray was a Division Sales Manager and a Human Resource Manager during his 30 year Nabisco career.  Ray and his wife have resided in Buckingham since 1972, when Ray was active in the Republican Club.  He and his wife have three children and four grandchildren.



A Realtors Fiduciary Duty
Before we talk about a Realtors fiduciary duty to their client, it makes some sense to discuss what exactly a fiduciary is and who the client is.
A simple definition of a fiduciary is someone that by law has to put the client’s well being ahead of their own.
The client is the home buyer or home seller that has contracted with the Realtor to represent them.
For instance a home is listed for sale and you contact the Realtor to view the property. If you like the property and wish to make an offer on the home, there is a good chance the Realtor that listed the home will happily help you with the transaction if you aren’t working with another Realtor already. This is because the Realtor will get paid by the home seller twice. Once for selling and once for finding the buyer.
If you are not that Realtor’s client, you are his customer. Realtor’s owe a fiduciary duty to their clients, not their customers.
Another example would be a sales person at a new home development. While it may seem like they are representing you to buy the home from the builder, which is not the case at all. They are representing the builder. That sales person is not a fiduciary to you.
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BUCKS REALTY GROUP