Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace is proud to announce that Penny Cutshaw has completed the real estate industry’s most comprehensive residential construction course to earn her national certification as a Residential Construction Certified™ professional. With this certification, she joins a group dedicated to providing the highest level of professionalism and service.
“This course is recognized as one of the very best ever offered in real estate,” explains Cutshaw. “The training covered architectural design and planning, blueprint reading, topography, building site design, evaluating quality construction, materials, methods, construction terminology and scheduling. This provides me with the expertise, strategies and tools to more professionally assist anyone interested in a brand new or existing home.”
“I’m excited to have more of our associates earning this certification,” explained Jennifer Humphrey-Poveda, Principal Broker at the North Office of Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace. “This knowledge provides a foundation that allows Penny to communicate more confidently and professionally with buyers, sellers, appraisers, inspectors, lenders, designers, engineers and construction professionals. This expertise positions her to better help her customers make their best decisions.”
Completion of the Residential Construction Certified™ training involves over 10 hours of specialized interactive course work and successful completion of RCC certification test. The course was created by trainer, author and consultant Dennis Walsh, who is recognized internationally as a leading authority in all aspects of residential construction, new home sales and marketing.
Penny Cutshaw has been active in real estate sales for more than two years and works in Knoxville and the surrounding areas. She also holds designations as Residental Construction Certified (RCC) and Certified New Home Specialist (CNHS), and is recognized as a Multi-Million Dollar Producer. Click here to contact Penny Cutshaw – Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, Realtors.