Top-rated lgbtq agents in issaquah

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Clint

Clint - Gay Realtor

Thank you for your consideration! I specialize in the rural areas of Washington state. Towns like Maple Valley, Black Diamond, Covington, Enumclaw, etc. If you are shopping for a Realtor in the South East & South King county areas, I would be delighted ...read more
Teresa

Teresa - Gay Realtor

Seattle is home to Microsoft. Seattle is home to Starbucks. Seattle is home to Boeing. Seattle is home to the WNBA Seattle Storm! Also known as "The Emerald City," GAY FRIENDLY Seattle could be your home, too. Washington, "The Evergreen State," ...read more
Danny

Danny - Gay Realtor

When buying or searching for your home, it’s important you chose the right person who will share their knowledge and expertise throughout the process. As a REALTOR®, Accredited Staging Professional® and Broker, you not only have my skills, education ...read more
Kale

Kale - Gay Realtor

Kale knew from a young age that his calling was in real estate and started as a Broker in 2015. Born and raised in Renton, Kale demonstrates a diverse knowledge of King County’s most popular real estate markets. He believes home ownership is one of ...read more
Linzi

Linzi - Lesbian Realtor

I have been at General Contractor for 15 years in California and Washington and Real Estate broker in Washington for 3+ years. May not seem like much but I'm also a 3rd generation at both. I can see through walls, this is great when you need to prepare ...read more

Issaquah News

Issaquah, Washington’s Top LGBT Neighborhoods and Home Prices
Issaquah is a small city located about 20 miles from Seattle, Washington.  This small city is home to around 30,000 people, although until recently, its population was fairly small.  The city was ranked as the second fastest growing city in the state: in 2000, there were only a little over 11,000 people living in Issaquah. A number of LGBT people moved into Issaquah during the 2000s, and many have settled in the area called Issaquah Highlands.  This area is fairly new.  It began ...more
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