About Doug Lister
After graduating from Crawford High in the early 80’s, Doug Attended Grossmont College and San Diego State, studying math and foreign languages. A fluent Spanish speaker, Doug enjoys traveling and does so when his busy schedule allows him the time. Doug worked in the service industry for almost 20 years setting a high standard and example for all with whom he worked. Personal caring and attentive service has always been Doug’s trademark. Since he started delivering papers almost 30 years ago, Doug’s has known and shown that the Client is always right. “I’m not just selling a house, I’m selling your home”. Doug made the switch to selling Real Estate about ten years ago and has never looked back. He made some wonderful relationships over the years, and he’ll always miss those people, but he’s never enjoyed working as much as he does now. “I love what I do. I get paid to make people happy. What could be better?” And he doesn’t get paid if he doesn’t make you happy. In 2010, Doug completed the rigorous training and received his mortgage brokers certification from the State of California and the federal Government. He’s completed numerous hours of continuing education over the last ten years and looks forward to learning more and staying current in his field.
In his spare time, Doug enjoys cycling and swimming having completed both the La Jolla Rough Water swim and the Tour de Poway Century. He volunteers in his community having completed 2 terms as Vice President of the Rolando Community Council and has served as a member of their Board of Directors. In the last 3 years, Doug has done more than 300 hours of volunteer work for organizations that benefit such diverse groups like Catholic Charities, Jewish Family Services, Mama’s Kitchen, and the Salvation Army. He’s been a vital part of the organizing committee for the Rolando Street fair for the last 6 years and has been recognized for his work by the RCC being presented with the Doris Perry Memorial Community Service award and has been recognized by the city Council offices of both Jim Madaffer and Marti Emerald.