Deasy Penner Podley Welcomes Partner Jewel Autry

deasypennerpodley is excited to announce Jewel Autry as a new agent to our Sierra Madre family.

Jewel loves helping people. Before she found real estate, she studied psychology at Saddleback College while also working hard to receive her Esthetician license. Venturing out to own her own small esthetics studio, she fine-tuned her business sense and her ability to get results for her client’s needs or desires.

Jewel’s love for Real Estate grew from a desire to find and create the perfect home for her own family. Starting with Keller Williams in Orange County, she sharpened her skills and grew passionate about helping people on a grander scale. “A home is not just a place you lay your head. It’s a place where memories are formed and where you can find peace after a day of craziness. I’ve been blessed to work with great clients and help families achieve their real estate goals. As an active investor, I am well versed in all aspects of real estate.”

Jewel has 2 beautiful children and lives in the San Gabriel Valley. She is very excited to be at home with deasy penner podley.

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