Lori Mihalich-Levin and Jason Levin are back with the second part of their two-part series of episodes with moms and dads working in real estate!
Today, Lori and Jason are excited to introduce Eva Davis and Jennifer Eaby, who are both amazing moms working in real estate.
Jen Eaby is a realtor in the north suburbs of Atlanta. She has been in the real estate industry for nine years. She loves house shopping with clients, staging her listings for sale, and making friends with her clients. She and her husband, Joel, have been married for 19 years and are raising two daughters. Elizabeth is a senior in high school, and Gabriella is a freshman.
Eva Davis is an Executive Vice President at Compass and a real estate agent in the Washington, DC Metro area. Eva brings significant business experience to her real estate career from her time in the mortgage industry, positioning her for great success in the greater Washington DC market. Her high-touch service, top negotiating skills, ongoing hustle, and sense of humour have helped her build a deep referral business. Eva currently lives in downtown Bethesda, with her University of Michigan-loving husband and her two little kids, with whom she enjoys exploring the food scene in the DC area and taking advantage of local concerts, parks, theatre exhibits, and playgrounds.
Stay tuned to hear what Eva and Jen have to share about their lives as working moms in the world of real estate!
Jen and Eva share their working parent stories. (3:50) (5:15)Eva describes her current experience as a parent in the real estate industry. (7:06)Eva talks about managing work-life boundaries in the real estate world. (9:05)Jen shares something that caught her by surprise as her children got older. (10:29)Jen describes the kind of support she had as an entrepreneur when she became a working parent. (13:45)Eva talks about what she learned from her first job. (25:10)Jen discusses the skills she gained as a parent that are helpful in her real estate role. (27:53)Changes Eva sees in real estate right now that will affect working parents. (32:49)
Links and resources:
Compass Real Estate
Eva Davis on LinkedIn
Jennifer Eaby on LinkedIn
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