Tiffani Leighly, Property Manager

Tiffani Leighly

Tiffani Leighly

“A supportive work environment and the opportunity to help other people—those are things I look for in a satisfying career.”

A native to Tampa, FL Tiffani remains devoted to the place she was born and raised. Knowledgeable of the area and all Tampa Bay offers, it seems only natural that she would be attracted to Eaton Realty, where she manages the agency’s portfolio of premium rental homes.

Perhaps as an offshoot of her caring personality, Tiffani was initially interested in a career in healthcare—nursing and teaching—but found herself attracted to real estate as a better outlet for her innate talents. Before coming to Eaton, she worked in property preservation and maintaining foreclosed homes in multiple states; duties that entailed training crews in the field and keeping up with HUD requirements to stay current with an ever-changing industry.

She says her biggest accomplishment, however, is raising her two young boys with her fiancé, Michael. She is also a strong supporter of local business, a beach-goer and a true animal lover. 

Contact Information

Tiffani Leighly
Property Manager
813.672.8022 x136
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Hometown

Tampa, Florida

Personal Interests/Associations

Her two sons, cooking, date night with the fiancé, movies, friends and family

In Tampa Bay Since ...

Tampa Bay native!

Professional Experience

Tiffani has 16 years of customer service skill, which comes in handy every day, plus seven years of real estate experience.

How Tiffani is Making a Difference at Eaton

Some of the qualities that Tiffani brings to Eaton include: accuracy, patience, fairness, calm, open mindedness, nurturing and trustworthiness.

 

Tiffani’s Advice to Area Newcomers

Tiffani is confident others will enjoy the easy access to beaches, downtown and nearby destinations like Ybor City and Orlando, but she stresses the practical: “Check out the theme parks. Allow time for traffic. Try new restaurants. Get used to the heat.”