Top-rated lgbtq agents in seattle

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Patrick - Gay Realtor

There's always money left on the table ~ If you want it, you came to the right place. For sellers, proper pricing and intelligent marketing can reduce market time and increase your net. If you're considering selling, you should know that I provide more

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 more

Brad - Gay Realtor

Consistently top-producing broker based in Seattle's Capitol Hill. Stanford educated (MBA, BA in Economics). Brad has represented both buyer and seller clients in hundreds of successful real estate transactions in neighborhoods throughout the city of more

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 more
David & Jamie

David & Jamie - Gay Realtor

David and Jamie are proud members of a prominent real estate firm in Seattle. David is a second generation real estate broker and has been exposed to the business since childhood. With over 30 years of combined experience, David and Jamie are a well-rounded more

Samuel - Gay Realtor

Growing up in the midwest left me with big dreams. Every year we would visit the Northwest which made moving out here skyrocket to the top of my priority list. Within one week of graduating from college I was in my car on a roadtrip across the nation more

Kurt - Gay Realtor

Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, I enjoy the beauty and serenity that Seattle offers. During 15 years as a top executive for one of the premier hotel companies in the Northwest, I increased my knowledge in the real estate market and fine-tuned more

Evan - Gay Realtor

If you want someone who is knowledgeable, trustworthy, organized and willing to walk you through every step of the home buying and selling process, then I would be delighted to be your real estate consultant! Even if it means more work or less money, more

Michael - Gay Realtor

Michael is a managing broker and licensed Realtor® in the state of Washington. Michael is adept at representing both buyers and sellers in the purchase and sale of single-family residences and investment properties. Prior to moving to Seattle, more

Brennen - Gay Realtor

Brennen is a Real Estate Broker with a keen sense of community and an unmatched commitment for cultivating relationships and client satisfaction. Brennen is highly regarded by his clients and his peers for putting collaboration and trust first, always more

Eric - Gay Realtor

Eric is the designated broker for two Seattle offices and specializes in Seattle/Puget Sound area real estate. Eric has been a Realtor since 2003 and has over 20 years of experience working in advertising, marketing, and contract negotiation. He has more

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," more

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The Emerald Known as Seattle
One of the most beautiful cities in the country, Seattle is home to a chill and relaxed LGBTQ lifestyle. It’s a thriving gay community that ranks 6th in the nation. Seattle is also a place you can quickly escape with a ferry across the magnificent Puget Sound or a winding drive through the Hoh Rainforest.   A Brief History of The Emerald City First inhabited by Native Americans for 4,000 years, Seattle is situated on an isthmus between Lake Washington and the Puget Sound. It has amazing ...more
Seattle, WA, Top LGBT Neighborhoods and Home Prices
Seattle – home of Starbucks, the Space Needle, and Mount Rainier. Seattle has also become known as a hipster paradise in recent years as these younger individuals have flocked to the city. Seattle now has over 700,000 residents, making it the largest city in the Pacific Northwest. It’s also one of the fastest-growing. The city sits between Lake Washington and Puget Sound, and it serves as one of the major port cities on the west coast. Many LGBT individuals and families have moved to ...more
Seattle’s 2015 Top LGBT Neighborhoods and Home Prices
Seattle, Washington—the Emerald City.  No, it’s not located in the Land of Oz, but it is home to a large number of people. Seattle is growing quickly, and many of those moving to the area are gay or lesbian. Seattle has a large LGBT population and is second only to San Francisco in population size. Seattle is home to the Bite of Seattle, a large Gay Pride festival and the Seattle Transgender Film Festival.  Because it’s a liberal city, there aren’t that many gay ...more
Seattle Gay Real Estate | Seattle Hot Neighborhoods | Washington
Seattle gay realtors has noted that just about every neighborhood in this metropolis is gay-friendly and that where you want to live just might be a matter of what you are willing to pay for a home.  Some of the most popular and traditional neighborhoods are very affordable. Almost all of the real estate in the city is appreciating in value.  In general, the average price per square foot in Seattle was $484 in the first quarter of 2013.  One of the hottest places to live in Seattle ...more
Gay Realtor Seattle | Home Sale | Listing Preperation
Gay realtor Seattle knows the value of upselling your home when it is on the market; it only takes a few special touches to make it show like a model home. The good news is that you can do all of this for less than $200.00. Tip number one is to get rid of the clutter. Take away all the knick knacks, ashtrays and anything that makes the house look too much like it is lived in. You should also get rid of all piles of papers, stacks of books and junk in your yard. Tip two is to get rid of any evidence ...more
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