Wendy Simpson manages Client Relations for Breedlove Farms, Estates, and Land. Wendy grew up in Hawaii and Southern California; working her way to the Carolinas via Santa Barbara, San Francisco, and finally Portland, OR. The pull to be near extended family who had already made the move motivated her to join them in the south.
After working as a Corporate Recruiter in the Bay Area [during the crazy “dot com” era] and moving to Portland, Wendy joined the world of Real Estate, inspired by her Aunt Wendy, a successful Broker and Real Estate attorney on the Big Island of Hawaii and currently a ranch owner and Realtor in Absarokee, MT. She has over eight years’ experience in both residential sales & marketing, and firm operations, most recently managing education/training, agent services, event procurement, and overall operations for a busy Keller Williams office.
When not in the office, Wendy is busy with her “three” children – one has 4 legs. She is a proud mom to a high school son and middle school daughter. Her third “child”, Daisy, just goes with the flow of busy life, content when anyone takes her outside to play fetch with the tennis ball.
Wendy’s background in recruiting, operations, and real estate, and her creative spirit equip her to manage the online marketing and social media outreach once a listing is in our care. If you are selling your property with us, you will hear from Wendy from time to time to update you on the web activity your listing has attracted through various websites and social media; she is consistently looking for new opportunities to target prospective buyers. If you are researching the market, Wendy can help get you get up and running with a customized property search in your specified area.
Like the entire Breedlove Farm team, Wendy is here to assist you in any way possible.
Thank you! We have both commented on how professional your approach to selling our property was and just how easy you made this whole process or us. We were not optomistic that it would be sold at all when we put it on the market, but we decided to put it for sale and see what happened, obviously we are delighted with the result.