Ashlee Stutzman

Ashlee Stutzman, Agent

Born and raised in Erie Pennsylvania, Ashlee has been a resident of Lancaster County since 2007. Ashlee’s previous career in Marketing & Advertising led her to a local brokerage as their in-house marketing director. She soon saw the excitement and challenge real estate offered and obtained her sales license in 2015. 

Ashlee’s experience in marketing has equipped her with the tools and talents to market her client’s properties with outstanding results. Ashlee has had the opportunity to help a wide variety of clients fulfill their needs. Whether they are looking to buy or sell their own home or even investment properties, Ashlee has a vast knowledge and experience making her an ideal choice as your Realtor®. Her attention to detail, strong negotiation skills and commitment to her client’s needs are only a few of the outstanding attributes that set her apart from other agents.

Ashlee serves as faculty at the Lancaster County Association of Realtor’s education center where she teaches pre-licensing and continuing education classes to the entire association; making her one of the few non broker educators chosen to teach at the Association. In addition to being a seasoned educator, Ashlee serves as mentor to her fellow agents and is always eager to help new Realtors® begin their real estate careers.

When she is not living and breathing real estate, contributing to her community is extremely important to Ashlee. She serves on several committees and boards for local non-profit foundations and can be found leading fundraisers and giving back to organizations that help support the Lancaster Community.  |  717.224.9966

What Our Clients Say

This was a great team to work with. They knew their stuff and the area. It was nice to get another opinion after looking at many houses but yet kept comparing everyone to the house we ended up buying. They knew when to push and keep us calm at the same time. It didn’t matter who we looked at houses with from the team, they seemed to know what we wanted and obviously compared notes. So it wasn’t like we had to break someone in.

— E. Moyer