GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty announced that Joanna Szwyd, Licensed Real Estate Broker, has joined the company's Great Barrington brokerage.
In her nearly 20-year career in real estate, Szwyd has worked with buyers and sellers on a range of transactions. She comes to the firm from Stone House Properties, where she spent five years as an Associate Broker, and she also worked previously as an Associate Broker with Barnbrook Realty and Century 21.
"We are excited to have Joanna join us. Throughout her career in real estate, Joanna has developed a reputation for being experienced, motivated and accessible to her buyers and sellers, and we know she will continue to bring those skills to our market," said William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty Berkshires brokerage manager Tim Donnelly.
A native of Krakow, Poland, Szwyd has lived in the Berkshires region for 30 years and has been a Realtor since 2005. She prides herself on helping clients make the sale or purchase of a home as smooth and stress-free as possible, putting her market knowledge, accessibility and positive outlook to work for every client. Szwyd previously worked as a personal trainer and brings her philosophy of helping people realize their dreams in every capacity to her role as a Realtor.
An avid outdoors enthusiast, Szwyd enjoys the Berkshires in all seasons through skiing, hiking and road cycling. She also serves on the Board of Directors of the Berkshire County Chapter of USA Dance.
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