For Associate Broker, Barbara Loitsch, it's about attitude! Whether buying or selling, clients working with her can immediately sense that their satisfaction is her objective. Along with her listening skills and patience, clients get the benefit of her thorough knowledge of Lake Havasu City and the surrounding area. First, she takes the time to understand their wants, needs and goals. Then she takes the time to make sure they have all the information they need to make a wise decision. Before leaving the corporate world to enter real estate sales, Barbara held financial and technical positions that helped her refine her skills in customer service, marketing, problem solving and dispute resolution. But the confines and restrictions of a job didn't fit with her ambition and drive. Barbara prefers the freedom to give her clients the service they deserve. When not busy with buyers and sellers, Barbara enjoys boating on beautiful Lake Havasu and exploring all that Arizona has to offer with her husband and their two shih tzus, Ellie and Hannah! Call Barbara Loitsch when you want a real estate professional who will dedicate herself to getting the results you want!
Living and working in Lake Havasu City for over 37 years, I have become familiar with all the communities along the Colorado River areas of Mohave, La Paz and Yuma counties as well as most other parts of the State of Arizona. Coming to this area with a B.S. degree in Industrial Education and Special Education, I have worked with and served on a myriad of boards, committees and have help managerial positions for various governmental, quasi-governmental, private and non-profit entities in both voluntary and compensatory capacities. I am currently the Broker/Owner of United Country London Bridge Realty as well as being a member of the now dissolved Lower Colorado River Resource, Conservation & Development Area, Inc., a member of the Arizona Housing Counseling Collaborative, an owner of the Winston Professional Center, a member of the National, State and Lake Havasu City Associations of Realtors, as well as many other entities. In the past I have taught at the University level, as well as worked for both the U.S. Dept. of Education and had a Presidential Appointment to the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, Special Education Division. Bringing this circle of influence and experience, plus that of being an Arizona real estate licensee for over 30 years, affords me the opportunity to grasp a boarder view of most of the projects our company undertakes.