As Lisa Howard drives the oak shaded roads of League City, she takes great pride in her adopted town. Lisa Howard of RE/MAX Space Center, South Shore, is a true leader in this vibrant North Galveston County Community. Lisa has been a top producing real estate agent for more than fifteen years.
But, unlike many in her field, Lisa is a leader in many area of her community. In church, Lisa has served as a member of Board of Trustees of League City United Methodist Church for many years. In 2004, she was asked to start a women’s ministry, Celebration. Under Lisa’s leadership, Celebration now boats a membership of ladies from various denominations.
In government, Lisa as a leader has served on Destination League City and, in 2006, ran for City Council Position 7. A political novice, Lisa ran on a platform of ethics, parks, and revitalizing Main Street League City. Lisa continues to stay active in the political scene of League City. She is Chair of the Hotel Occupancy Tax Board and serves on MUD #44 Board.
In the community, Lisa has served as the first woman President of League City Lions Club and first woman to be Village Fair Chair. She continues to be active in the League City Lions Club and League City United Methodist Church..
Lisa has worked with Devereux Texas Treatment Network over the years and has donated proceeds from each of her real estate sales to Devereux. Devereux has constructed a health/fitness trail and picnic area on their site, called Howard's Hollow, in recognition of Lisa Howard's major donations to the project.
In family, Lisa has been married 31 years and has a daughter, two grown stepchildren, and five precious grandchildren.
In real estate, Lisa has owned her real estate company, Oak Realty, for 16 years; was Designated Broker at RE/MAX Clear Creek for 3 years and she holds the:
GRE (Graduate, Real Estate Institute)
CRS (Certified Residential Specialist)
SRES (Senior Real Estate Specialist)
CNE Certified Negotiation Expert
Lisa is a member of Houston Association of Realtors. She has sold over 1,000 homes with most being in Galveston County.
In this trying real estate market, you need more than a Realtor, you need a leader - and Lisa Howard is a leader.