Lola Elmer


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Lola Elmer - Cutler Real Estate Agent




Cutler Real Estate asked Lola a few questions so you can get to know her better, and here are Lola's replies.

1. What is your professional/educational background?

I have a Master's Degree in Education and National Board certification. I recently obtained a real estate license.

2. Why did you choose a career in real estate?

My youngest son went to college this past fall and I have more time on my hands to explore other interests, including real estate. My sister, Stefani Robinson and I look forward to working with her at Cutler

3. What area do you live in currently and what do you like about where you live?

I live in Preston Commons and love it! I love the people in the neighborhood and my house! My home has a Westerville mailing address, but the students attend New Albany schools. It was a wonderful place to raise my children!

4. How do you spend your free time?

I spent my free time with family and friends. I enjoy being with my sons, visiting my youngest in college, going to dinners/movies. I would like to travel more.

5. If you could only keep 4 possessions what would they be?

  1. Pictures of my family
  2. Momentos of my son's childhood
  3. My diplomas
  4. Cell phone


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