Deasy/Penner Welcomes Jonathan Williamson

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Jonathan Williamson has enjoyed working for over 20 years in real estate. His experience includes commercial real estate brokerage as well as personal real estate investments. He has built longstanding relationships with businesses and individuals within Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Valley through trust and integrity to successfully accomplish their real estate goals.

Having left real estate brokerage to pursue his passion of real estate investment, he is the principal of a firm that has invested in a variety of real estate opportunities throughout the years, primarily in California and Idaho. He has led all acquisition, renovation, management and disposition of those assets. Jonathan particularly finds the process of renovating distressed properties rewarding.

He earned his B.A. in Communications from the University of Southern California.

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