If you own a house, condo, or even land here in Washington but reside in another state chances are you already know the frustrations, difficulties, hassles, and basic everyday challenges that at some time or another occur with this type of ownership. I understand this situation intimately because for 10 years I’ve represented a multitude of absentee owners, most living outside of Washington state. Some of my clients inherited a house after a death in the family, others acquired a condo in a divorce or relocated for a job, and lots are investors who’ve never even physically seen the property they own. Many out-of-state owners I’ve worked with do 1031 tax deferred exchanges and most are without Property Management so I’ve seen rentals in just about every condition imaginable.
It’s as a leader in out-of-state owner representation that I can help you in your sale or purchase. Learning about your particular situation, asking and answering questions, establishing a trustworthy working relationship, providing referrals when needed, and clearly communicating the process and what you can look forward to is the foundation that everything else rests upon. The reality is that every modern day real estate transaction involves some element of stress but it doesn’t have to rock your world. Years of understanding and working with the nuances of long-distance transactions means that when you work with me you can look forward to the smoothest possible ownership transition.
I had the opportunity to work with Denice in 2006 when I was trying to sell a rental property in Seattle. As an out of town landlord, Denice made it extremely easy for me to sell the property successfully. She gave me great advice, has fabulous follow-through, is very knowledgeable about market trends, and most importantly she is a great communicator. – Danielle Thompson (California)
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