Stephanie Schwed is a South Florida native who has a deep understanding of the local luxury real estate market and specializes in waterfront and equestrian properties including residential sales, rentals and investment properties.
Originally from Jupiter, Florida, Stephanie grew up competing in the small community of Wellington, the “equestrian capital of the world”, and found her passion for equestrian sports at a young age. As a competitive show jumper for more than 25 years, she has a keen understanding of the details that make these special properties stand out.
Prior to earning her real estate license, Stephanie worked as a show groomer and competitive jumper while working her way through law school. A born competitor, she successfully juggled the demands of law school while traveling the world to compete in the top equestrian shows. This drive and determination have become central to her career in real estate and is the driving force behind the impeccable client service that she provides to always exceed her client’s expectations. In addition, her legal background gives her clients a competitive edge in today’s market.
A graduate of the University of North Florida, Stephanie majored in Political Science and Art History before continuing her studies by earning a Law degree. She is an avid connoisseur of food and wine and enjoys travelling internationally and experiencing new cultures. Active in her community, Stephanie has chaired and been on multiple committees for Old Bags Luncheon benefitting Center for Family Services of Palm Beach County and Habitat for Humanity - Women Who Build. She has also joined forces with The Palm Event at Mar-a-Lago as a title sponsor benefitting Place of Hope for the last few years. In an effort to give back to the community that has given her so much, Stephanie is dedicated to serving and supporting the place that she calls home.
Nest Seekers Auction Sponsor of OBL Palm Beach!
Florida Weekly OBL Purse Drive
Old Bags Luncheon celebrates with Nest Seekers
NS co-hosts event to aid Palm Beach server with cancer
Palm Beach Society: Mama's got a brand new bag