Realtor Spotlight on Stacy Larsson

Getting To Know Our Agents

Hudson Phillips was founded on the same principals as our parent company, Ocala Horse Properties. We understand the value of dedicated & loyal service to our clients. In turn, Hudson Phillips has inherited an established culture of excellence and it underpins everything we do.

As the premier marketers of residential and luxury homes, we have been selective in finding a core group of realtors who exemplify our standards in professionalism and expertise.  Through our broad network of relationships within the Marion County real estate, business and greater equine communities we have come to know individuals in our region who are leaders.

These leaders have joined our team of realtors at Hudson Phillips, and we’re eager to introduce them to our home buying community.  We want our prospective clients to gain a glimpse into the different personalities who make up our talented group of agents.  Over the next several months we intend to roll out a series of articles featuring our team at Hudson Phillips.

This Week We Introduce To You Stacy Larsson!

Stacy and Beneditto 2019 Dressage at Devon. PC: Richard Malmgren

Stacy Larsson and her husband Olof, have been residents of Marion County for more than 18 years, relocating here to pursue their careers as horse professionals. Stacy is an International Grand Prix Dressage rider and trainer, while Olof is world renowned as a champion 4-In-Hand driving competitor and clinician. Together they run Hidden Acres Dressage, a successful training and sales operation in one of the most prestigious areas of horse farms in Marion County.

Stacy has built an impeccable reputation for being honest in her horse sales business and always looks out for her customer’s best interest when choosing the right horse. Because of her love of building her own farm, real estate has become a passion and natural second career for her.  In business, Stacy seeks to achieve excellence. She is parlaying these business skills and positive reputation from within the equestrian world into her real estate career at Hudson Phillips.

Since settling in Ocala in 2000, Stacy has watched Ocala grow and flourish. The Larsson’s settled in Ocala due to the beautiful year round climate, proximity to the equestrian lifestyle, access to nature and outdoor recreation, and a wonderful community in which they are raising their boys.

Why Stacy Joined Hudson Phillips

We recently caught up with Stacy after Dressage at Devon to talk to her about how balancing careers as a professional equestrian and real estate agent have complimented one another.  Typical to the Marion County region, many of our agents have a strong riding background, which has tied them to the interests of real estate clients looking for new homes.

“I hit the ground running in real estate, it seemed like a natural thing for me to do as I love looking at real estate and everything that goes with it, architecture, design, interior decor, etc.  Selling real estate is very similar to selling horses. It is important to find the right match for someone and most importantly to be honest and transparent.”

Stacy has settled right into her role as a real estate agent for Hudson Phillips, commenting that she’s thrilled to be on board. “I cannot imagine working for any other company.  At Hudson Phillips, I am surrounded by the best support system you can have, the team has an impeccable reputation for being honest and extremely professional.  It is a positive working environment which leads to success and I find it to be very rewarding!  I’m honored to be a part of the Hudson Phillips Team!”

We hope you enjoy the photos of Stacy’s and Beniditto’s appearances at Dressage at Devon and Adequan Global Dressage Festival.  We wish Stacy the best of luck during the 2019/2020 Florida dressage circuit and with her flourishing career at Hudson Phillips Ocala Properties!

Give Stacy a call to see if she can help find your dream property in Ocala!

Stacy can be reached via email at [email protected] or directly at 352-208-1760.