Peg Wheeler, an administrative assistant for Deb Beran Properties since 2019, recently earned her real estate license and has begun a new role as a buyer’s specialist with the company.
“Peg is one of the most thorough, detail-oriented people I’ve ever worked with so I have the utmost confidence she will be an outstanding REALTOR®,” said Beran, a 32-year veteran of the real estate profession at Smith Mountain Lake who opened her own brokerage in March.
In her new role, Wheeler will assist buyers in understanding the buying process and finding ideal properties to match their wants, needs and budget. She will also submit and negotiate offers and refer buyers to reliable professionals to ensure a smooth transaction.
“I have thoroughly enjoyed working with Deb over the past three and a half years, getting to know her clients, photographers, contractors – everyone involved in a real estate transaction,” Wheeler said. “Her incredible knowledge and commitment to the highest levels of professionalism inspired me to take this step. I’m excited to apply what I’ve learned to help clients have the absolute best buying experience from start to finish.”
Wheeler will continue with her duties as a statistical analyst for Deb Beran Properties, compiling monthly market analysis reports for the Smith Mountain Lake real estate market and creating comparative market analyses for sellers.
“Making sure clients have accurate figures and information about properties they’re considering is critical to the process,” Wheeler said. “My experience digging deep into data for the SML market the past three-plus years will be a great benefit to clients so they’ll feel prepared and confident when it’s time to make an offer.”
Prior to moving to Smith Mountain Lake, Wheeler worked for 36 years in the accounting and finance department for IBM at its offices in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. She has two married daughters and four grandchildren.
Peg Wheeler may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org, 919-656-9951 (m) or 540-721-1488 (o).