When Jim Albers came to Lake of the Ozarks from St. Louis in 1973 he saw endless possibilities and a wonderful place to raise a family.
There were only 19 homes in Four Seasons on Horseshoe Bend in those days and only two of those were year-round residences. The bulldozers were still at work on Witches Cove Golf Course, a 16-foot boat was the norm and waterfront lots were selling for $160 a foot.
Today thousands of lake homes dot the shores of Lake of the Ozarks, there are more than a dozen championship golf courses around the lake, luxurious yachts share the lake's blue waters with powerful sport and fishing boats and property values continue a decades-long rise.
One thing has not changed: Jim Albers' dedication to his real estate clients.
For more than three decades Jim has worked hard to help hundreds of other families realize their Lake of the Ozarks dream. The hallmark of his long tenure with Four Seasons Realty has been dedication to outstanding real estate service. Whether as Four Seasons Realty Broker or as one of the organization's leading Realtor'sŪ, the client comes first with Jim Albers.
A member of the Bagnell Dam Association of Realtors since 1985, Jim is active in both Board of Realtors and community projects.
Whether you are buying, selling or dreaming about Lake of the Ozarks real estate, Jim Albers has the experience, community knowledge and dedication to make your Lake Dream come true.
Mary is a lake native who knows the market, the area and the special nature of Lake of the Ozarks real estate.
As one of the lake's top real estate producers, Mary brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the closing table. She is a Certified Residential Specialist, an Accredited Buyer's Representative and an alumni of the Graduate Realtor Institute. Mary's involvement in continuing real estate education is a hallmark of her commitment to providing the very best for her clients.
Mary's real estate accomplishments and client commitment have been recognized by her peers. She is an active member of the prestigious Missouri Association of Realtors and served as 2008 president of the Bagnell Dam Association of Realtors, the largest such organization in the lake area. She has been repeatedly honored by BDAR for her extraordinary service to the realtor association and the community, including selection as Realtor of the Year in 2005.
Mary's unique combination of lake knowledge and client care have made her a leader in a very competitive market. Lake of the Ozarks is a complex real estate market. As with all real estate, location is critical for value. But because people come to the lake for fun from fishing to fine dining, location is key to full enjoyment of the area. Fishermen may prefer the quieter waters of the lake's less developed
Mary's real estate success rests on the pillars of lake knowledge, continuing education, community involvement and client satisfaction.
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