Bennion Deville Homes is proud to welcome Realtor® Stacy Vedenti to the Encinitas office, located at 258 North El Camino Real, Suite C. Stacy earned her real estate license in 2006 and works with home buyers and sellers throughout North County San Diego specializing in Encinitas.
Stacy has a gift and natural ability to connect with people, which led her to begin her sales career at the age of 16. “I genuinely enjoy talking to people and helping them accomplish their real estate goals,” Stacy states. “Real estate has always been a passion of mine, so it was a natural fit for me to get my real estate license since it combines my love of helping others with my love of homes.” Her outgoing, effervescent personality and well-regarded reputation within the industry led to her appearing on an episode of HGTV’s House Hunters.
Over her decades of sales and real estate industry experience, Stacy has perfected her client service craft, placing an emphasis on meeting the needs of her clients through effective communication and adapting to each person’s style. “You have to be able to openly communicate with clients on their level to succeed in this business, so reading people and adjusting to their needs is the most critical skill a real estate professional can have. By being honest and forthcoming at all times, and upholding a high ethical standard throughout the process, clients know and trust that I have their best interests at heart,” adds Stacy. She also stresses that she follows through on her promises at all times, which establishes her credibility with clients and gives her an excellent reputation within the industry.
Coupling with her passion for helping others, Stacy is very involved in serving her local community, working with Michelle’s Place, a resource center to help those afflicted with Breast Cancer cope with the disease and learn about treatment options. She also commits random acts of kindness. “I help raise money for Michelle’s Place and set up fundraising efforts on their behalf. I also make it a point to visit nursing homes around the holidays every year to decorate trees, hand out presents, and spend time with our seniors. I want to help others any way that I can, it feels good to make a positive impact on someone’s life.”
Stacy decided to join Bennion Deville Homes after researching the thriving brokerage and on the account of her connection with Managing Broker Chris Moore. “I looked into Bennion Deville Homes and liked everything that I found. The diversity and large network of offices, as well as the scalable, steady growth they have had in Southern California, are impressive. Add up the growth of the company with its equally impressive sales numbers and the esteem of the brand and I knew this was the best place for me. Chris spoke very highly of his experience working with Bob and Bob [Bennion and Deville] and the team, and I can see why,” she concludes.
Adds Chris, “We are excited to welcome Stacy to our Encinitas family. Her affable personality and genuine, honest approach to clients combined with her successful sales career make her the perfect fit and the type of real estate professional that will succeed with our growing Encinitas office.”
About Bennion Deville Homes
Bob Bennion and Bob Deville brought their highly acclaimed and successful Bennion Deville Homes blueprint to the coastal Southern California communities of San Diego and Orange counties in 2010. Bennion Deville Homes offices proudly serving San Diego County offices are located in Carlsbad, Carmel Valley, Encinitas, Hillcrest/Mission Hills, La Mesa Village, and Little Italy, with Orange County offices in Laguna Niguel. The powerhouse regional brokerage also proudly serves the Coachella Valley from 17 offices, including locations in Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, La Quinta, Bermuda Dunes, and Indio.
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