Eric Penza

I am a native of Amherst and now live in Sunderland with my wife, two sons and our two rescue dogs. I attended Wildwood Elementary and Amherst Regional High School. I lived in Guilford, VT for ten years and returned to Sunderland eleven years ago. Growing up in Amherst, for me, was so much fun. There were many kids in my neighborhood and summer nights would last forever. Whether we were playing kick ball or Frisbee or whatever game we could invent, we didn't go inside unless it was dinner time or it was dark out. I was a newspaper delivery boy and would rush through as quickly as possible so I could ride my bike to Puffers Pond or Lake Warner in Hadley to go fishing. Many Saturday mornings we would visit my grandparents in Sunderland. In the early spring, we would run to the sap buckets on the maple trees that lined the street and eat the icicles that had formed from the sap freezing overnight. Sundays in the summer were usually spent at my Aunt and Uncles cottage on a lake in Goshen. We would spend the day fishing, catching frogs, playing games and would finish the day with a barbeque. As I grew older, I began to help my parents with yard work and maintenance on our apartments in Sunderland. Learning how to paint, repair plumbing, and do minor carpentry work. This gave me my first real experience with real estate. My father had several properties in Sunderland, my godfather was a real estate agent and my Aunt and Uncle had their own brokerage for many years. This inspired me to purchase my own rental properties four years ago. I currently own two buildings in North Adams.

Now I have come full circle and have chosen to work as a real estate sales agent. The wonderful people at Jones Group Realtors have given me the opportunity to show you the amazing properties the Amherst area and Pioneer Valley have to offer. Whether you like to hike, ride bicycles, fish or would rather curl up with a book from one of the many local libraries, go shopping or go to sporting events there are so many things to do here. I look forward to helping you find a home you can call your own.

I am a native of Amherst and now live in Sunderland with my wife, two sons and our two rescue dogs. I attended Wildwood Elementary and Amherst Regional High School. I lived in Guilford, VT for ten years and returned to Sunderland eleven years ago. Growing up in Amherst, for me, was so much fun. There were many kids in my neighborhood and summer nights would last forever. Whether we were playing kick ball or Frisbee or whatever game we could invent, we didn't go inside unless it was dinner time or it was dark out. I was a newspaper delivery boy and would rush through as quickly as possible so I could ride my bike to Puffers Pond or Lake Warner in Hadley to go fishing. Many Saturday mornings we would visit my grandparents in Sunderland. In the early spring, we would run to the sap buckets on the maple trees that lined the street and eat the icicles that had formed from the sap freezing overnight. Sundays in the summer were usually spent at my Aunt and Uncles cottage on a lake in Goshen. We would spend the day fishing, catching frogs, playing games and would finish the day with a barbeque. As I grew older, I began to help my parents with yard work and maintenance on our apartments in Sunderland. Learning how to paint, repair plumbing, and do minor carpentry work. This gave me my first real experience with real estate. My father had several properties in Sunderland, my godfather was a real estate agent and my Aunt and Uncle had their own brokerage for many years. This inspired me to purchase my own rental properties four years ago. I currently own two buildings in North Adams.

Now I have come full circle and have chosen to work as a real estate sales agent. The wonderful people at Jones Group Realtors have given me the opportunity to show you the amazing properties the Amherst area and Pioneer Valley have to offer. Whether you like to hike, ride bicycles, fish or would rather curl up with a book from one of the many local libraries, go shopping or go to sporting events there are so many things to do here. I look forward to helping you find a home you can call your own.

I am a native of Amherst and now live in Sunderland with my wife, two sons and our two rescue dogs. I attended Wildwood Elementary and Amherst Regional High School. I lived in Guilford, VT for ten years and returned to Sunderland eleven years ago. Growing up in Amherst, for me, was so much fun. There were many kids in my neighborhood and summer nights would last forever. Whether we were playing kick ball or Frisbee or whatever game we could invent, we didn't go inside unless it was dinner time or it was dark out. I was a newspaper delivery boy and would rush through as quickly as possible so I could ride my bike to Puffers Pond or Lake Warner in Hadley to go fishing. Many Saturday mornings we would visit my grandparents in Sunderland. In the early spring, we would run to the sap buckets on the maple trees that lined the street and eat the icicles that had formed from the sap freezing overnight. Sundays in the summer were usually spent at my Aunt and Uncles cottage on a lake in Goshen. We would spend the day fishing, catching frogs, playing games and would finish the day with a barbeque. As I grew older, I began to help my parents with yard work and maintenance on our apartments in Sunderland. Learning how to paint, repair plumbing, and do minor carpentry work. This gave me my first real experience with real estate. My father had several properties in Sunderland, my godfather was a real estate agent and my Aunt and Uncle had their own brokerage for many years. This inspired me to purchase my own rental properties four years ago. I currently own two buildings in North Adams.

Now I have come full circle and have chosen to work as a real estate sales agent. The wonderful people at Jones Group Realtors have given me the opportunity to show you the amazing properties the Amherst area and Pioneer Valley have to offer. Whether you like to hike, ride bicycles, fish or would rather curl up with a book from one of the many local libraries, go shopping or go to sporting events there are so many things to do here. I look forward to helping you find a home you can call your own.