Pennie Wardlow

Associate Broker

Pennie Herrera Wardlow is known for her extensive market knowledge and her unmatched devotion to her clients. Pennie’s success is based almost exclusively on positive referrals. As a Taos native and seasoned real estate professional, Pennie recognizes the value and trust her clients place in her and strives every day to exceed their expectations. Pennie has been a valued member of the local Century 21 team for almost three decades, working as a team to serve our clients best.

Pennie’s experience has been:

  • Purchasing and renovating homes
  • Founding a non-profit 501 C3 animal organization (Four Corners Animal League)
  • Former member of the New Mexico Animal Shelter Board (by appointment of Governor Bill Richardson)
  • Former member of the Taos County Tax Protest Board
  • Former member of Animal Cruelty Task Force, with New Mexico Attorney General Gary King
  • Former board member of Taos Integrated School of Arts

Pennie has also been frequently nominated by the New Mexico Veterinary Board to be on the shelter board and assist in setting standards for al shelters in New Mexico, and was awarded the Taos County Chamber of Commerce Humanitarian Award and has received numerous Century 21 awards.

Here’s what Pennie’s clients have to say about her:

“I’ve purchased numerous properties over the years and Pennie Wardlow is by far my favorite agent. She’s personable, kind, ethical, and understanding and knows Taos so well, and is helpful and attentive at every stage of the process. I couldn’t be happier. I’d recommend her to anyone and anytime. She’s just fantastic.”
-Michael Cobb, Taos, New Mexico

“Pennie went above and beyond the call of duty in selling my house including even picking me up to take me to closing because my road was closed down. An excellent person and agent.”
-Stephen Plyler, Taos, New Mexico

“Pennie was great to deal with. She helped us through what might have been a difficult process and made it fast and easy. We will use Pennie for all of our future real estate needs.”
Scott and Alita Randolph, Taos, New Mexico

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