Deasy Penner Podley Welcomes Partner James Peddie

deasypennerpodley is excited to announce James Peddie as a new agent to our Pasadena family.

James has successfully worked in marketing and real estate marketing for over 18 years. James began his real estate career traveling the nation assisting multimillion-dollar builders and developers with their marketing products and strategy. Transitioning to California in 2012, James shifted his focus to residential real estate starting at Keller Williams in 2013. He built a noteworthy career at KW being honored as the agent with the most year-to-year growth in 2016. Following this success, James co-founded Artisan Real Estate, a boutique brokerage catering to builders and developers. Finding a kinship for the appreciation and beauty of Southern California real estate, he is now part of the Deasy Penner Podley family.

James is passionate about real estate and has helped numerous buyers and sellers with their home sale or home purchase. His wealth of knowledge on residential projects and remodels, strategic negotiating style, insight on layout and finishes, and having successfully advised hundreds of transactions make James an obvious choice for the judicious client.

If you are considering buying, selling or investing in a real estate project, or would like to ask a question about real estate, contact James today. He is passionate about helping every client find success with their most valued investment.

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