Summer Lynne Perry

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As a Broker Associate with Surterre Properties®, Summer Lynne Perry brings a unique blend of perspective and vision to coastal Orange County real estate. Summer holds a Business Administration degree from East Tennessee State University (ETSU) and a Light Construction and Development Management (LCDM) certificate from the University of California at Irvine (UCI). Embracing her education, Summer has mastered the ability to articulate home values associated with interior options and upgrades where they may have previously been ambiguous to her peers and clients.

Prior to joining Surterre, Summer honed her expertise for home quality and design as the Regional Design Gallery Director for K. Hovnanian Homes®, a Fortune 500 homebuilder. Most recently, she was honored to work alongside one of Newport Beach’s most sophisticated design teams, Melinda and Fari Pakzad where she was the Operations Manager for EBANISTA®, a superlative collection of extraordinary furnishings and objets d’art. With both K. Hovnanian Homes® and EBANISTA® embracing a deep commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction, Summer has naturally transitioned this equivalent objective into her career as a REALTOR®.

A Southern California native from Hermosa Beach and a Balboa Peninsula resident, Summer possesses a comprehensive knowledge for the coveted oceanfront lifestyle that only a local can be romantic yet lucid about. Through dedication, drive and focus, Summer earned a full athletic scholarship to play Division I Volleyball in college – that same competitive sprit continues to drive her today.

For more information regarding a home value or an Orange County neighborhood, please call Summer Lynne Perry at 949.375.9074 or email her at sperry@surterreproperties.com. You may also visit her website www.SummerLynnePerry.com and like her Facebook page, Newport Beach Real Estate.


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