GET TO KNOW PENNY BEAVIS


Penny is an experienced and versatile real estate agent with Coldwell Banker based out of Kemptville, Ontario. With a warm and personable style and exceptional business acumen Penny is well equipped to serve the needs of potential homebuyers in Ontario.


With an economics degree from Carleton University, Penny began her career in marketing and sales. After 15 years in the business she took the leap into self-employment and started the successful coffee shop Brewed Awakenings in Kemptville. As a small business owner, Penny enjoyed interacting with her customers, building relationships, and loved the flexibility of being self-employed.


In 2013 Penny switched gears once again to follow a lifelong dream of becoming a real estate agent. She has been with Coldwell Banker since the start of her career and has experience with all types of clients; from first-time homebuyers, to those looking for investment properties, to divorcing couples who are looking at establishing to separate homesteads. She understands that selling and purchasing a home can be stressful and she enjoys coaching people through the process, while making it as enjoyable and easy as possible. She loves developing relationships with her clients that enable her to tailor her searches and style to meet their needs.  Penny loves to say she is a “real estate matchmaker” as her passion and love for real estate and working closely with all her clients.


Penny's buying clients receive top-notch dedication and effort to help find the perfect home at the best price, the neighbourhood that suits their needs.  Penny works closely with her selling clients to ensure their property is properly prepared for sale, marketed extensively to find the right buyers and she always ensures she brings her amazing personal service, experience, professional negotiation and real estate transaction management skills to every business interaction.


Penny has been part of the North Grenville community for over 25 years. She raised her three children just outside Oxford Mills and has played a part in many community-oriented organizations including the Girl Guides of Canada, Habitat for Humanity, 100 Women Who Care, Community Living North Grenville, parent council at Oxford-on-Rideau Public School and North Grenville High School and the Oxford Mills Community Association.

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