Pasadena’s Podley Properties Bought by deasy penner podley

By Brian Day with David Cross

The local real estate industry is undergoing a remodel with the purchase of Pasadena-based Podley Properties by another local firm, deasy penner podley.

Podley Properties owner and founder Bill Podley said while he’s enjoyed building his company, the time has come to hand over the reins.

“I’m in a point in my life where I’ll be 70 before too long and it just seemed to be the right time to pull back,” he said. “I will continue to list and sell property and represent clients, because I love that part of it, but I felt it was time for me to pass the baton on to someone that wanted to see the company continue on and grow.”

Deasy/penner is that someone, Podley said.

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