Deasy Penner Podley Welcomes Partner Tom Greenlee

deasypennerpodley is excited to announce Tom Greenlee as a new agent to our Hancock Park family.

Tom’s real estate career has spanned three decades, representing buyers and sellers across an interesting mix of properties. He feels fortunate to draw from this broad experience, benefiting future clients from the lessons learned during the high and low market cycles of the past, while implementing those skills into today’s market. After spending the last 25 years in Virginia, at a large national brokerage, Tom felt drawn to deasypennerpodley with their emphasis on the art of property, aligning with his own appreciation of our amazing regional architecture.
Tom embraces technology, but doesn’t believe it’s a full substitute for the personal service necessary to provide the very best experience. Past clients have enjoyed his blended approach, which allows a warm level of client care and strong attention to detail, earning many 5-star reviews and creating a high percentage of repeat clients and referrals.
When not working, Tom is a resident of Los Feliz and lover of the outdoors. He can be found with his family somewhere between the coast and the desert, exploring on foot or riding one of his vintage road bikes.
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