The Lead: A Discussion with Mike Deasy and George Penner

By Katherine Mechling

Local. Nimble. Passionate about design. That’s how Mike Deasy and George Penner distinguish their Southern California boutique firm. Deasy brings 40+ years’ experience representing buyers and sellers of some of the most architecturally significant residential properties in Southern California, and Penner brings his many years at advertising agencies and as COO of Mossler Deasy & Doe.

With the acquisition of Podley Properties in September 2018, their firm – which now goes by deasy penner podley – represents architectural, historic and luxury properties in Southern California.

Read the complete interview with California Real Estate Magazine here

 

 

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