Deasy Penner Podley Welcomes Partner Jennifer Franks

deasypennerpodley is excited to announce Jennifer Franks as a new agent to our Glendora family.

Jennifer Franks became a Real Estate Agent after being a successful business owner of Impact Marketing and Consulting for over 15 years. Transitioning to Real Estate was a natural move for Jennifer, as it allowed her to work on a more personal level with her clients. Being a Real Estate Agent encompasses so much more than knowledge of the real estate market, latest trends in home sales and what our industry is evolving into. More than anything it means understanding, educating and being honest with clients through the process of buying and/or selling residential or commercial properties. Jennifer’s passion to match you with the perfect property and her compassion in assisting you during the transaction process has made her successful. She is the mother of three children and is married to a wonderful husband who shares her life goals. Jennifer has lived in Ventura County, the Inland Empire and Orange County before settling down and making Glendora her home. Her office is here, she is a board member of the parent teacher association at her daughter’s school and she also coaches her daughter’s soccer team. At the end of the day, Jennifer wants her client to be completely satisfied with the buying and/or selling experience. Being a Real Estate Agent is not a job, it is a passion.

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