Mark and Peter Fisher
Manager and Sales Associate
- 6572 Western Ave PO Box 317
Glen Arbor, MI 49636
Leelanau County has a tremendous amount to offer: world class inland lakes, broad Lake Michigan beaches, picturesque orchards and vineyards, a vibrant arts scene, and quiet, friendly communities that all contribute to an unparalleled quality of life. Mark and Peter Fisher are committed to providing real estate service that matches the character of the place we live. So whether you’re thinking of buying or selling, we hope you’ll take the time to speak with us first. Contact Us
A father and son team, we go beyond the call of duty in serving our clients’ needs. No matter how simple or complicated the project, we are driven to deliver the best in real estate and related financial services to our customers. High expectations coupled with tenacity and attention to detail proves time and again to be a receipt for success for our clients. And above all, we’ve worked tirelessly to build and maintain a strong reputation for honesty and solid ethical practices.
Mark Fisher has nearly 30 years of experience in real estate during which he’s developed extensive knowledge about property ownership, development, rental and zoning issues. In that time he has proven himself as one of the top performing agents in the area, and has managed the Glen Arbor office since 1997. Through twenty years of working on the Cleveland Township Planning Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals, he gained an intimate understanding of government operations, zoning issues, land splits and land use regulations. Owning and operating Fisher’s Lakeside Cottages on Lime Lake and a Homestead condominium has provided a sharp awareness of rental and property management issues.
For Mark, the beautiful Leelanau County environment suits his personality and fondness for outdoor activities perfectly and he feels privileged to have been able to raise his three children here. For over thirty years he has coached area high school ski teams and hundreds of junior racers on a volunteer basis. Mark and his wife, Betsy, live on Lime Lake.
Peter Fisher was born and raised in Leelanau County and began his exposure to real estate at a very young age. He graduated from Glen Lake Schools and earned a bachelor of science in economics from the University of New Hampshire. Needing to chart his own course, he spent nearly 6 years working in Corporate and Investment Banking for PNC Capital Markets in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh before returning home to join his father in real estate. In his time at PNC, he developed an intimate understanding of the capital markets and was exposed to a broad spectrum of industries. To his career in real estate he brought strong marketing and presentation skills, proficiency with technology-based tools, negotiation experience and a passion for a job well done.
Peter finds great pleasure in pursuing a variety of outdoor activities. Waterskiing, sailing, road and mounting biking, trail running, and golf consume his free time during the warmer months and alpine and nordic skiing are his primary winter endeavors. He lives near Lime Lake with his wife, Cassidy, and their golden retriever, Barley.
Mark graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in Marketing
Peter graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a BS in Economics
Coach of Glen Lake High School Ski Team
Board Member of the Glen Lake Chamber of Commerce
Glen Arbor BBQ & Brew Festival
Mark and Peter represent all property types but specialize in waterfront and vacation homes.
Skiing, both snow and water; Coaching; Working on the family property; Spending time at family compound on Glen Lake; Sailing; Hunting and pretty much anything else outdoors
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