Lilea Enriquez, REALTOR®
I was born and raised in Chicago Illinois where I spent most of my childhood before moving to Mexico to be closer to family. I studied at the "“Universidad Autonoma de San Luis Potosi”" and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Law. After graduating from college, I decided to become a Realtor because of my love for architecture. It was in college where I met my Husband of 21 years and together we have raised 4 children. After our children began to grow we decided to move back to the United States to seek out new challenges. We left a very successful brokerage in Mexico that we still own to begin a new Real Estate career in America. In addition to my over 22 years of experience in Real Estate and founding my own company in Mexico, I had the pleasure of working with some top companies such as Valero, Cummins, Continental and Bosh.
Because of my background and my dual culture, I believe that I am well equipped to help anyone no matter what their Real Estate need might be. My knowledge and expertise put me in the unique position to help my clients with all the important decisions involved with a home sale or purchase. So whether you’re buying or selling your property, the most important thing to know is that you will have an expert on your side to help you reach your goals. Good to know!
Lilea Enriquez's MLS® Listings
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