Park Square Realty. REALTOR offering High Technology with Old Fashioned Service in Western Massachusetts. Real Estate Agent selling homes in Westfield, Springfield and surrounding areas.
Get to know Lesley Lambert
Experienced REALTOR with Park Square Realty having 25 years in Western Massachusetts., Westfield, Springfield and surounding areas. Specialities: foreclosures, bank owned property, loss mitigation, short sales, investment properties.
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Chosen by an International Real Estate Organization to be "Coordinator of the Year" for management and organizational skills.
Speaker at regional and international real estate conferences
Host of a real estate television show
Manager of an independently owned franchise in Westfield for over a decade
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Lesley Lambert's Blog Posts
I was raised by a mother who was broker/owner of her own real estate company in Westfield. She and I worked side by side for years, until her retirement. I like to say that I was a real estate "brat" and grew up speaking the language fluently...that is why real estate is natural for me. Areas of Expertise: Residential Re-Sale in Western Massachusetts Investment property in Western Massachusetts Historic Homes in Western Massachusetts New Construction in Western Massachusetts Getting the Job DONE! Westfield, Massachusetts Home of Historic Grandmothers' Garden. I worked as a volunteer in the garden, the fundraising for restoration committee and then the board of directors from 1995-2002. This gem of a park is located in the downtown and is a restive oasis. Upon the demolition of several beautiful and significant historic properties, I banded together with other concerned citizens and created the Preservation Committee within the Western Hampden Historical Society. In addition to informing the community of the importance of preserving our historic buildings, we embarked on fundraisers and community awareness events. Our first and still very popular, was a historic house tour set in December with a Dickens "A Christmas Carol" theme. Some high school friends and I created the Help Educate Everyday People Scholarship Foundation in 1998. Since the inception we have granted $1,000 each year to a graduate of Southwick-Tolland Regional High School who exemplifies our idea of an "everyday" student.