Deasy Penner Podley Welcomes Partner Zach Stevens

deasypennerpodley is excited to announce Zach Stevens as a new agent to our Pasadena family.

Zach Stevens comes from a diverse and unique sales background. After receiving his degree in Business Administration with a minor in Communications he worked for over a decade at a global publishing firm. This experience provided him with a depth of knowledge in B-to-B communication, negotiating contracts, and building long-term relationships. In every aspect, Zach learned to go above and beyond his clients’ needs and expectations.

What mostly attracted Zach to becoming a full-time Realtor® was the ability to work with a local base of clients, building relationships on a foundation of trust, knowledge and care.

He carries the national designation of Certified Real Estate Analyst (CREA). This certification allows him to analyze multi-family income properties on the behalf of clients looking to liquidate and pass on gains via a 1031 exchange – or those simply interested in acquiring sensible cash flow properties.

Zach proudly calls Deasy Penner Podley home as it perfectly complements his vision of serving clients at the local level, having access to world-class resources and exceeding expectations.

When not helping buyers and sellers with their real estate needs, Zach enjoys playing the drums, road biking, motorcycling, and enjoying the outdoors with his wife Jayne.

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