finding your community in every phase of life

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I just love Seattle

I've lived in Seattle area communities for more than 35 years, starting in Capital Hill as a teenager. We walked everywhere, spent summers at Golden Gardens and watched the Blue Angels at Seafair. My family eventually moved to Kirkland, and after college I bought my first home in Greenwood. When I started my own family, we began in Greenlake but would move back to the Eastside, this time landing in Redmond.

My first-hand knowledge of many of the areas neighborhoods allows me to help you find the perfect "home" for this phase of life and every one that comes after.

Here's how...

We start by getting to know one another.  We’ll talk about your family, your interests, your hobbies, lifestyle and your career. We’ll talk about what you want in a home as well as in a community. I learn everything that I can about you so that, together, we can find a “home.”

Because home is more than brick walls and glass windows. It's something you feel in your heart.

Find your new home

ON THE BLOG

Housing Market to Spring forward!

April 17, 2019

Many potential sellers believe that waiting until Spring is in their best interest. Traditionally, they would have been right. Buyer demand has seasonality to it. Usually, this falls off in the winter months, especially in areas of the country impacted by arctic conditions, although that has not been the case this year! Demand for housing […]

6 Easter Egg Hunts on the Eastside

April 10, 2019

6 Easter Egg Hunts on the Eastside There is just something special about Easter chocolate. It doesn’t even matter if you can buy chocolate year round. There is just something special about Easter chocolate. Maybe that’s why so many East-siders are so loyal to the idea of community egg hunts. The tradition of hiding and […]

Fun Facts about April 1st

March 29, 2019

What started April Fools’ Day: Some experts believe it began after the shift from the Julian calendar (with the new year starting around the March equinox) to the Gregorian calendar (which start the new year on Jan. 1) in the 1500s. Some people were mocked if they didn’t know about the switch and followed the old […]