Born in Minnesota and currently residing in what she calls the “perfect place,” Marsha Asp appreciates the beauty of Southwest Florida. She also respects and admires it, having been able to watch the area grow since her move here in 1973, when Fort Myers was known as a “small town.”
Some of Marsha’s hobbies include biking, walking and kayaking, all of which she is able to do in Lakes Park, which is practically her backyard! Her love for the park is apparent. She donates her time as the vice-president for the non-profit Lakes Park Enrichment Foundation, whose goal is to restore the park to its native Florida wildlife environment. Marsha certainly believes in Southwest Florida. She is proudly available to assist clients not only in the Fort Myers area, but Sanibel-Captiva Islands, Estero, Bonita Springs and/or Naples.
Why did Marsha chose real estate as a career? She has simply always held a desire to meet a variety of people and found great joy in “helping them realize their dream of a Florida home.”
She chose CornerStone back in 2010 because she was attracted to its reputation in the community and their utilization of technology, which has allowed Marsha to become even more efficient, accessible and accommodating to her clientele.
Marsha is one to strive to stay busy, so when she is not saving the environment or adhering to her clients needs, she can be found attending to her two kitties, Fred and Ginger, or traveling. She calls traveling “a special interest of mine,” having been to China and Tibet in the Summer of 2012. Finding beauty in different cultures, environments and people is of great value to Marsha.