It’s Our Privilege to Serve Kitsap County
Real estate is so much more than a business to us; it’s a community of families, stories, and homes. It’s a privilege to connect with so many wonderful people through home purchases and sales. Since 2008, our team has been helping locals and newcomers through one of life’s biggest transitions. We are dedicated to our clients and try to make the process as seamless and as enjoyable as possible. With over 22 years of collective industry experience and over 590 transactions, our team is ready to help you buy or sell your home.
We know Kitsap County’s housing market extremely well and we use our local knowledge to your advantage. From pricing homes to negotiations, our expertise leads to successful transactions.
Clients often talk about how fun and personable we are, saying they really enjoyed working with us. We love what we do and it’s a gift to connect with so many wonderful people.
Whether you’re looking to buy or sell a home, we understand that this process comes with many emotions, wants, and needs. We are here to listen, guide, problem solve, and assist in any way we can.
We have established relationships with highly reputable local resources. Whether you’re looking for contractors, legal advice, title and escrow, or a good hairdresser, we probably know a great vendor suited to your needs. We can proactively help you find the support needed before, during, and long after your real estate transaction.
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There are many wonderful places to live in Kitsap County. Here’s some information to help you find the right community for you.
With over 41,000 people, Bremerton is the largest city in Kitsap County and is a lively commercial hub for our area.
From retirees to young families, Seattle commuters to artists, a variety of people enjoy life in Indianola.
Just a ferry ride away from Seattle, Kingston is a beautiful little city by the sea with approximately 2,000 people.
Just outside of Kitsap County, across the Hood Canal Bridge, lies beautiful Port Ludlow.
A picturesque town known for its Norwegian immigrant influence, Poulsbo is a popular place to visit and live.