Deasy Penner Podley Welcomes Amy Machado

deasypennerpodley is excited to announce Amy Machado as a new agent to our Los Angeles family.

Amy Machado was born and raised in Miami Beach, Florida, but has spent her entire adult life living in the most desirable place on earth, California! She left Miami for college where she majored in architecture and design, and fell in love with the West Coast. Amy has worked in high end residential and commercial interior design, which she still has great passion for, and offers up insightful advice and suggestions to her clients.

Amy utilizes her professional skill set and background in project management to provide highly personalized and attentive service to accomplish her client’s goals. Her meticulous attention to detail, combined with her warmth, kindness and hard work, makes it a pleasure to work with her.

Amy is a Contract Forms Specialist, and she has a designation as an eNetworking Specialist. Amy prides herself on helping people make the biggest investment of their lifetime, and connecting them to their dream homes. Amy dedicates her work in real estate to her father who was a lifelong realtor and always such a great inspiration to her.

Amy is a member of the National Association of Realtors®, California Association of Realtors® and the Greater Los Angeles Realtors®.

Amy likes to spend her free time with family, friends, and her pup. She likes going to art galleries and museums, exploring the gorgeous gardens available to the city, doing yoga, and hiking.

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