Deasy Penner Podley Welcomes Partner Bettina Terramani

deasypennerpodley is excited to announce Bettina Terramani as a new agent to our Hancock Park family.

Angeleno born and bred, Bettina Terramani is tapped into the latest market knowledge, detailed area perspective and intuitive style that as a client will save you time and money. Bettina is driven by client satisfaction and counts many of her clients as personal friends. Originally from a top production background before a successful double decade in real estate, Bettina is no stranger to high work levels and a demanding clientele, and thrives on finding and negotiating the perfect location, property and pricing. Bettina has accumulated a body of trusted consultants including financing specialists, marketing strategists, local craftsmen and service personnel to further enhance the sale of properties she represents. Fluency in Spanish and Italian has allowed Bettina to share her real estate skills and cosmopolitan tastes and sensibilities with many clients from all over the world.

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