Wendy Griffis

Founder, Wendy Griffis Group

Wendy Griffis is a realtor and group leader in Jacksonville, Florida. As of 2018, Wendy was ranked number fourteen of the top twenty-five real estate agents in the Jacksonville Journal Book of Lists. Wendy was featured on the cover of Jacksonville Real Producers Magazine and honored for her passion for elevating the real estate profession. Wendy was also featured in articles in Florida Realtor and Buffini & Company. Wendy a founding member of Michael J Maher’s Certified Referral Trainer Academy, and has been a Buffini & Company member since 2006, and a training ambassador for their company since 2011. Wendy is a graduate of University of North Florida, with a degree in statistics and business administration. Wendy’s family includes her husband, Jason, son Kyle, and two fur babies, Parko and Mishka.


Recognize The Difference

Publication Date: March 2019

Identifying a skilled, compassionate, and knowledgeable professional real estate agent can be tough. The question of whom to choose when buying or selling a home is on a lot of people’s minds. Because real estate agents are often seen as being “one and the same,” it’s no surprise that consumers are swayed by more wallet-friendly opportunities. The truth is, understanding the real estate process is a much more involved decision than asking, “How much is it going to cost?” Instead, the question should be, “Who am I going to use and why?” In her book, Recognize the Difference, author Wendy Griffis educates you on the ways in which some real estate agents are different, and how to tell the good ones from the mediocre ones. Empowered with that knowledge, you can make an educated decision in choosing an agent based on what matters most to you―not just your wallet.

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