Two Join Team at Pfeifer Realty Group

provided to Santiva Chronicle

Pfeifer Realty Group is pleased to announce that Amy von Keyserlingk has joined their team as Director of First Impressions. Amy and her husband Philip moved to Sanibel several years ago to be closer to her parents and to enjoy the quiet natural beauty of the island. Amy is enthusiastic about real estate and providing excellent customer service.

When not at work, Amy trains her horse in Fort Myers, cycles the island with her husband, paddleboards, gardens, and searches for rare and unusual shells.

Amy started coming to Sanibel as a child nearly 50 years ago, back when the causeway still had a drawbridge. She and her husband try to give back to the island’s conservation by cleaning up fishing line, trash, and rescuing wildlife. Pfeifer Realty clients will all benefit from Amy’s knowledge of and love for Sanibel and her commitment to her work.

Pfeifer Realty Group is also excited to announce that Bill LeJeune has joined their team as a Realtor. Having family ties to the island going back 40-plus years, in 2009 Bill took advantage of the opportunity to relocate to Sanibel with his wife Sharon and two sons Will and Ben, making it four generations living a stone’s throw away on Sanibel.

Bill has enjoyed coaching his sons’ sports teams, boating, and avidly fishing local and offshore waters. Bill’s background in sales, negotiating, his exceptional work ethic, local knowledge and family ties to the area will benefit both sellers and buyers. He looks forward to the opportunity to serving his clients and share his experiences along the way.

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