Presentation of the company

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Your mountain agency, specialist of the Vaudoise Alps, at your service since 1982.

Established in Leysin since 1982, LPM Immobilier is one of the oldest agencies in the village. With a small team of passionate collaborators, it offers a global service of quality and proximity with the objective of satisfying its customers with whom it maintains close ties. Focus on a trusted real estate partner that has been working for almost 40 years to develop the Vaud Alps.

A family history
Formerly Gérance Freymond (1962), at the time a branch of an agency based in Aigle, it took part in the development of the resort by taking charge of the sale of apartments and a new form of service at the time: the rental and management of apartments in second homes for Swiss and foreigners. In 1982, the agency passed into the hands of the Oscarsson family who had settled in the region. Léna took over as Managing Director in 2000 and became the owner herself with her sons Peter and Mikael in 2009. In 2014, Mikael bought the majority of the shares and decided to modernize the agency while perpetuating the values that have made the family business famous. The name Gérance 2000, which seemed futuristic at the time, was replaced by LPM Immobilier and the working tools were modernised. Today, with a staff of five, the Leysenoude agency is one of the most prosperous in the Vaud Alps.

A complete range of services
Active in Leysin, Les Mosses, Le Sépey and Les Diablerets, LPM Immobilier is a versatile real estate partner. The agency develops its skills in a wide range of activities including brokerage, with around fifty properties for sale and around two hundred for rent (year-round, seasonal and holiday properties), administration of PPE and management. Services for properties of all sizes and standings. With the benefit of its extensive experience in the mountain real estate market and a large network of financial partners, the agency is able to assist its clients in their efforts to obtain real estate financing. In addition to the so-called "classic" services of a real estate agency, LPM Immobilier also manages renovation work on behalf of owners wishing to refurbish an old property or one that does not meet their tastes. Project, choice of materials, mobilization of companies, management of the building site, etc., the agency takes care of everything until the handing over of the keys. A way of ensuring the comfort of its customers, just like with the "LPM Services" entity, a concierge-type service that responds to multiple requests: Commission, decoration, mail relief, home chef, etc.

Real estate on a human scale
LPM Immobilier is one of its agencies which privilege the contact and the conviviality with the customers. Available and attentive, it works on the basis of a partnership with each of its clients to offer them quality services that meet their expectations in every respect. Her credo? Earn your trust through serious and professional work". A goal that seems to have been achieved, as evidenced by the high level of customer loyalty: "Over the past 37 years, we have had the pleasure of seeing families grow, children change and it is not uncommon for customers to become friends," says Mikael Oscarsson. A family business philosophy that goes beyond mere commercial relationships and that makes LPM Immobilier an agency like no other. An agency that is also involved in the life of the village through its director, a member of the local council.

A team on a human scale
LPM Real Estate is a small and dynamic team of five collaborators (Andreia, Noémie, Vanessa, Lucia and Mikael) with complementary skills. The open and family business culture is based on values such as respect, listening and mutual aid. This ensures a good working atmosphere that directly benefits the customers. As a training company, LPM Immobilier also welcomes an apprentice. This is a way of investing in the success of young people and passing on their passion for the profession and their know-how. "I've always had a lot of fun training young people in our profession. It is always a very enriching experience for them and for me," concludes Mikael Oscarsson.

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