Meet Cheryl Brenna and it quickly becomes clear: Here is someone knowledgeable, experienced, committed, and results-driven. Add her energy and passion for real estate, and you've got a Realtor® who gives her clients the edge.
Cheryl has been a Realtor in Woodbury since 1987. After 15 years with Coldwell Banker Burnet, in 2010 she made the move to franchise brokerage Keller Williams Premier Realty, whose support and enthusiasm perfectly complement the Cheryl Brenna Group's can-do philosophy.
The Cheryl Brenna Group has the inside track on the most sought-after neighborhoods in and around Woodbury, Minnesota — West Lakeland, Afton, Stillwater, Lake Elmo, Western Wisconsin and more.
Existing Homes. Clearly, Cheryl knows the east metro area, and she makes it a point to know each client's taste and lifestyle needs. Matching the right buyer with the right home has very little to do with luck and everything to do with hard work and attention to detail.
New Construction. Cheryl knows new construction - in fact, she grew up in the business. Her father, Herbert Cudd, started his River Falls, Wisconsin, building company in 1950. In the 1970s, her brother, Charles, joined him, and the Charles Cudd Company became a premier home-building firm in the Twin Cities and elsewhere. Cheryl started in the business in 1986 as a sales representative for Interlachen Woods, went on to Marsh Creek a few years later.
During her almost three-decade career in real estate, Cheryl has sold countless distinctive, new construction homes. Her involvement is definitely hands-on, tending to every aspect of the process and helping her clients make clear-sighted decisions.
Extraordinary Marketing. Cheryl Brenna Group listings are standouts - other Realtors say so; clients know so.
Personal Service. Clients' best interests come first. For the Cheryl Brenna Group, it's always the heart of the matter. That's why buying, selling, existing residence or new construction, you can count on them to be Your Inside Guide every step of the way.
Author Pearl S. Buck once said: "The secret of joy in work is contained in one word: excellence. To know how to do something well is to enjoy it.” Just ask Cheryl.