Our Team of ProfessionalsWelcome to Puffer Morris
Scott is a Lancaster native and a member of the Lancaster County Planning Commission Board. He’s worked in the City of Lancaster as a small business owner for the past 40 years, and has accumulated an unparalleled amount of knowledge for both the city and the county. Put his experience, resources, and expertise to work for you!
Mary has spent a quarter century in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. For Mary, real estate is the amalgam of an interest in history (she majored in History at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas), an amateur’s knowledge of architecture (a constant source of interest to her), and years of devotion to gardening and visiting lush public gardens.
Janelle Ellis has been a licensed Realtor since 2003, and is currently licensed in Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Georgia. As someone who has been involved in five corporate moves, Janelle knows first hand what it is like to be both a seller and a buyer at the same time and the unique challenges that a move to a new city or neighborhood brings.
Brian is a Lancaster native and former local business owner. Throughout his ten years as owner of a residential painting company, Brian has developed a unique understanding of homeowner needs, and views of the homes and neighborhoods in the Lancaster area.
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Often unrealistic or overly critical, first-time home buyers can be trying to work with.I’m sorry to say that. I enjoy the enthusiasm of many first-time home buyers as they prepare to make one of the most important financial decision of their lives. Their excitement...
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