Florida's # 1 Source For Real Estate
DeAnna Greenwood
386-295-8277386-295-8277
Meet the Agent

Central Florida's Royal Realty

DeAnna Greenwood is the broker of Central Florida's Royal Realty. She moved here in 2000 after having worked in real estate for the previous 10 years in New Hampshire. While in N.H. she attended the University of New Hampshire and Southern New Hampshire College, after having doing a tour overseas with the United States Army.
In Florida after having spent over a decade working as a Remax consultant learning and perfecting her skills in sales, marketing, negotiation, contract law and property management she opened Royal Realty

Her impressive knowledge of Florida's Real Estate and our ever changing economy has enabled her to succeed in specializing in not only luxury homes and condos but in every area of real estate.

DeAnna's social media reaches worldwide prompting her to become one of the best Volusia counties residential relocation experts in the business with the tag line of the #1 source For Real Estate.

A Full service Agency with personally hand trained agents DeAnna and her team work hard to make sure that all of your needs are being met and your expectations realised and surpased.

Ms. Greenwood and her Royal Agents specialize in Relocations, Luxury Homes, Beach front and lake Property, Condominiums, Land development, Horse and agricultural property, New Construction, and Residential homes.
On a commercial front she and her team deal with business opportunities, shell and stand alone buildings, offices, multi family and warehousing.

DeAnna currently holds these designations;
Accredited Buyer's Representative ABR,
Council of Residential Specialists- CRS
E-PRO
Women Council of Realtors WCR
Member of the Florida Association of Realtors
Member of the National Association of Realtors
Member of the Daytona Beach Association of Realtors
Member of ORRA
Active Broker

DeAnna is a community minded individual that has served on the Women Council of Realtors governing board, International real estate committee, and has been very involved in the local schools by volunteering her time as a sunshine math tudor, reading instructor and planning designer for end of year graduation parties 3 years in a row. She is a member of Epiphany Church located in Port Orange and served as a Sunday school teacher. DeAnna is a member of the Arni Foundation ,Chamber of Commerce and Community Development, along with the DARE/Teen Drug Prevention program. DeAnna and her agents donate monthly to a variety of charities

DeAnna speaks English and is a sign language interpreter. She is currently learning Spanish.





Central Florida's Royal Realty PO Box 291072 Port Orange Fl 32129 386-336-7080 AskRoyalRealty@gmail.com
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