Deasy Penner Podley Welcomes Partner Elizabeth Shafer

deasypennerpodley is excited to announce Elizabeth Shafer as a new agent to our Glendora family.

Elizabeth Shafer has been a real estate agent for the last 6 years, previously serving the Coachella Valley before moving to the San Gabriel Valley. She finds an immense amount of joy in connecting with her clients. Whether it’s helping them find the home of their dreams, or creating a seamless transition in selling their current home, she strives to build trust and maintain comfort throughout the process. Her goal is to treat all of her clients with kindness, patience, hospitality, and honesty.

For the last 13 years she has been married to the love of her life, Jason. They have two boys, and a revolving door of young adults that occasionally live with them. Elizabeth and Jason have adopted their sons, Weiland and Marty, through the Riverside foster care system as newborns. In her free time she loves to read a good book, work out, and of course, spend time with her family.

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