Beth Greeson was born and raised in Portage, Michigan. She came to Indiana to attend Ball State University to swim for the Cardinals and joined Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She earned her degree in Interior Design, with both Marketing and Art minors. She moved to Indianapolis after graduation and worked in commercial interior design for 10 years, during which time she married her husband, Jason, and they had four kids. Jason and Beth moved to Zionsville 21 years ago to raise their family.

Beth is now a licensed Realtor and brings a different skill set to the home selling process by helping with interiors for staging, taking 360 photos and building virtual tours for listings, as well as developing various marketing pieces for our listings, ie. property brochures, newspaper/social media/magazine ads, conceptual photoshopped photos, floor plans, etc.

The Edwards Realty Group is a dynamic group of Real Estate Professionals with a singular focus on providing the best possible service for every client. Robbin, Jane, Erin, Beth and Bill work seamlessly together to ensure an efficient and effective transaction every time.

Hometown: Portage, Michigan
Months with Encore Sotheby’s: 3
What makes a house a home to you:
What makes a house a home to me is family gathering spaces. It’s important to me that our immediate, extended and chosen family are always welcome in our home. A large open kitchen, casual dining and comfy family room are important to me to be able to have everyone over and make themselves at home.
#1 tip for a new homeowner:
Take your time with renovation and improvement projects. Once you’ve lived in the space and had time to really get a sense of a need for change, choose projects that will give you the highest return on your investment first.  
Favorite thing to do or eat in Indianapolis:
I’ve always been drawn to the water. Growing up in Michigan, we had lakes everywhere, but now I find myself gravitating to the reservoirs in Indianapolis to watch boating. Our favorite nearby spot is to go to Rick’s Boatyard to watch the sailboat races from their deck.