About Peggy Wilkins


Peggy is a native of Yonkers New York. Relocating to Cape Coral in 1986 with her husband Scott, Son Michael & Daughter Ann. Peggy graduated from St Helena School of Business. Upon graduating Peg grew thru the ranks to become the Administrative secretary of a large nursing home. Overseeing the day to day operations and staffing of an assisted living facility.

Upon relocating to paradise Peggy jumped right in and became the office manager of a small company that grew to become the largest painting company in south west Florida "Vic's Painting". Over seeing offices through out Florida and the Caribbean. During this time it was Peggy's great pleasure to participate with Bob Vila during the restoration of the Edison / Ford Estates, featured throughout the United States as a Sears Paint Product promotion and commercial. What A Thrill!

Feeling the calling once again for a challenge, Peggy changed direction to become one of the areas Top Performing Realtors having Specialized in the Cinnamon Cove & Kelly Greens Communities. She is recognized as one of the areas Top Specialist. During her rise with the Century 21 Brand she has accomplished many milestones, being a Centurion Agent for the last 10 years. In 2003 Peggy was inducted in the Centurion Honor Society, also winning the Quality Service Award for Customer Excellence. Peggy quest for excellence didn't stop there; in 2006 Peggy was Honored with the ranking of Double Centurion, The second highest award in the Century 21 System. Thru hard work, dedication and love for her clients she has achieved over 80 million dollars in closed sales, Great Friends and lots of memories. Peggy strives to give each person she meets the attention to detail needed for a smooth transaction. Peggy's shining achievements is the growth and success of her family. Michael is a Maintenance Engineer at Shell Point Village, Ann has become a New York City School Teacher. Peggy is a Grand Mother to two wonderful children Michael Jakob, A future Realtor in the making & Our newest addition Joseph Scott. There are the Joys of her life. Although Peggy has a busy schedule she always makes time to teach her grand son the family business. Peggy has just returned from the regional convention with Century 21, bringing Michael who has attended his 7 th convention this year. Peggy feels "We have to start early teaching Skills, Ethics, & the basics of Good Business"..