Lena Mansour

Originally hailing from the south, Lena moved to Montana the first opportunity she had and hasn't looked back since! In her spare time, she takes full advantage of all that this great state has to offer including fly-fishing, ice-fishing, hiking, kayaking, cross country and downhill skiing, as well as traveling. She is active in the community, volunteering with both the United In Light Draft Horse Sanctuary as well as Habitat for Humanity.

Lena Mansour Bozeman Montana Real Estate Agent
Lena Mansour

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Lena graduated from Texas State University with a degree in criminal justice and is currently obtaining her MBA with a minor in Economics from the University of Montana.

She is committed to helping you live your best life in the last best place! With a strong professional background in construction, management, and sales, she prides herself on exceptional service and catering to her client's needs.

Actively licensed in both Montana and Florida.

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ABOUT ME

Best part about SW Montana?
Hands down, the people! This area has an abundantly rich sense of community and I can honestly say, it doesn't get any better than this!
Surprising fact about me?
I was born in Egypt and still have a large family living there.
Favorite part of a real estate transaction?
Showing properties! At this stage in the process, the buyer has their first real exposure to the reality of pursuing their dreams of buying a home! There is nothing like viewing the excitement of a buyer envisioning their best life in their future home!
Ideal vacation?
Experiencing the local culture, food, and people. My next vacation is to cage dive with great whites in South Africa!
Local organization I am passionate about?
United In Light Draft Horse Sanctuary in Livingston, MT. As a committee member and volunteer, I am passionate about saving draft horses from deplorable living conditions as well as saving them from slaughter to live out their best life in a herd of other rescues in beautiful Montana!
Amazing wildlife experience?
Fortunately, I have so many! If I had to pick just one, it would be walking with 10 wild pronghorns in Yellowstone National Park while they grazed on the hillside.

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