Lisa Best

Account Executive
Phone: (919) 803-9623

Serving the area of East North Carolina

Having worked in both general brokerage and new home sales for over 12 years, Lisa Best knows what it takes to succeed in the world of real estate. With 26 years as a Raleigh resident, she's also well versed in the needs of the communities she serves from Greater Raleigh to Wilmington, North Carolina.  Lisa taps into this experience and knowledge to serve her real estate clients with enthusiasm and excellence.

Lisa is a member of the National Association of Realtors, and holds SRES, CSP, and broker accreditations as well as a North Carolina Real Estate license.  She was also the first Marketing Director for the Raleigh Habitat for Humanity ReUse Center, partnering with area builders and developers to receive donations of appliances and construction supplies.

An avid tennis player, Lisa also loves to hike, spend time outdoors, travel, take part in mission trips, and play tenor saxophone.  "My husband of 22 years, Chris, is a Purchasing Manager for a machining company and is also part-time director of children's ministries at our church," she says.  "We have two sons who are sports enthusiasts.  Brady, age 16, is an avid soccer, basketball, tennis, and baseball player. Hunter, 13, plays soccer, basketball, golf, and alto saxophone.  Our family loves to spend time together playing tennis and golf, as well as fishing, hiking, and riding roller coasters."

The Best family is also active in their community, volunteering with organizations like the Miracle League of the Triangle, With Love From Jesus, and serving in their church.  "Faith in the Lord is the foundation of our family," Lisa says.

Lisa also has two interesting claims to fame.  She is the eighth great-granddaughter of Devil Anse Hatfield of Hatfields and McCoys fame.  "My other claim to fame is that I used to play on a flag football team with Stuart Scott of ESPN!" she says.

Lisa has a favorite quote by John Wesley that she strives to live by.  "Do all the good you can.  By all the means you can.  In all the ways you can.  In all the places you can. At all the times you can.  To all the people you can.  As long as you ever can.