Lisa Foley is known for her attention to detail and powerful negotiating skills. Offering comprehensive real estate services to both Buyers and Sellers, Lisa always works to go above and beyond her client’s expectations. Specializing in Bonnymede Shores, Montecito’s exclusive oceanside enclave, clients get the added comfort and security knowing Lisa has lived at Bonnymede for over 22 years.
Having personally bought and sold 7 units there and rented another 5, Lisa is known for setting the bar for pricing and excellence in the Bonnymede Shores community. Her name is synonymous with quality and investment value. Equipped with the long view, Lisa sees the potential of each property. She tirelessly guides her clients in their decision-making process with humor and integrity.
Lisa’s knowledge doesn’t stop there. With real estate transactions throughout Santa Barbara and the Santa Ynez Valley, she represents luxury properties of fine design and distinction.
As a proud member of the Goodwin & Thyne Properties team, Lisa has learned the value of being part of a locally established, Broker-owned, real estate agency. As one of Santa Barbara’s premier agencies, Goodwin & Thyne Properties team members focus on working together with care, transparency, and honesty. The same qualities we strive to offer our clients.
Prior to her career in real estate sales, design, and development, Lisa was a clinical psychotherapist specializing in working with adolescents. Throughout this intensive work, Lisa always had a residential design / renovation / restoration project in the works. Lisa is the recipient of two Historic Preservation Excellence in Design awards.
With a background in art and design, combined with decades of honing her listening and interpersonal skills, Lisa is well suited for the variety of aspects that present themselves in real estate transactions. And, having studied for a masters and two doctorate degrees, Lisa is no stranger to research, long hours, and hard work! A life-long learner, Lisa is always reading and studying, expanding her knowledge of new technologies and innovations, City and County property and financial rules and regulations, and Community development concerns.