Buying her first house at the age of nineteen was the start for Paula Traver’s real estate career. Born and raised in Connecticut, she thoroughly enjoyed buying and selling properties.
When she decided to secure her real estate license in South Carolina in 2003, there were over twelve hundred agents on Hilton Head Island – an island twelve miles by five miles in size. That fact never concerned her. She knew if clients wanted to work with a highly ambitious individual that would identify properties that fit their needs, she would be the one for them. Her hard work surely has paid off. Paula has listed and sold over $100 million in properties.
When Paula isn’t hard at work as an agent, she is spending time with her family or playing tennis.
Penny has been actively in tune with the local Hilton Head Island for over 18 years; it all began with a vacation in Sea Pines Plantation. After that first visit in 1999 Penny and her husband knew they would one day own a home on one of South Carolina’s largest barrier islands – Hilton Head.
After obtaining her real estate license, Penny immersed herself in understanding the benefits and amenities of communities on and off the island to best serve her clients as it relates to their personal needs and lifestyle choices. She attends local meetings with various real estate and government agencies to stay in the know for past, current, and future clients.
Penny is constantly researching and leveraging real estate technologies to offer her clients top of the line customer service to help them buy, list or invest in a home/lot/slip on or off the island. Penny is also involved in multiple committees, groups and clubs around Hilton Head as well as an avid golfer.
“Penny was instrumental in helping us find our home. She carefully listened to our needs while at the same time offered thoughtful insight to things we’d not considered. She was fully attentive and highly organized during the entire process from house hunt to close and after move-in!” Elizabeth Siebenaler – Spanish Wells – Hilton Head Island