Deasy Penner Podley Welcomes Partner Gwen Sukeena

deasypennerpodley is excited to announce Gwen Sukeena as a new agent to our Pasadena family.

Gwen Sukeena’s passion in real estate all started when she flipped her first home. With several successful home renovations behind her, she has decided to commit to real estate as a career.

With her near 20 years experience as a concierge for five diamond properties like the Four Seasons, exceeding clients’ expectations along with being proactive in anticipating clients’ needs. This allows her to thrive as an agent, and allows her to use her connections and multitasking abilities.

With a bachelor’s degree in Film/Television and a minor in fine art, she brings a creative aspect to home buying and selling, always seeing potential in everything while creating a stress-free, seamless environment for every financial transaction.

Gwen chose Deasy Penner Podley because it specializes in the local market, works hands on with clients, and has an amazing support system with a team of experts.

 

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