Sarah moved to Seattle in 1993, and she started her own real estate business ten years ago. Sarah fell in love with the work. “I get to walk inside people’s big decisions about their lives and be there with them,” she says. “It’s a responsibility I don’t take lightly.”
Kyle was born and raised in Washington State and has deep roots in our local community. After three years as a Broker with Redfin and ~150 successful transactions just in the last three years, Kyle decided to become an independent broker. This allows him more time for personal interactions with clients and philanthropy.
Kate Beck, Agent of Change and HomeStreet Bank mortgage consultant, is a mother of two: an eight-year-old son and a four-year-old daughter. Kate teaches her children the importance of giving back, and she makes it a top priority to support the nonprofits she believes in. Whether she’s serving on the GSBA board, organizing a tampon fundraiser for homeless women for her 50th birthday, or volunteering as an Agent of Change, Kate puts her money where her beliefs are.
Lisa Pim is a PNW native, born and raised. At 1st Security Bank, Lisa loves working with the first time homebuyer. She finds nothing more gratifying than helping young people get their first house–a previously unimaginable goal for many of them. Ever since she found Agents of Change, she has decided to make Mary’s Place her sole focus for giving and volunteering.
Angela has more than two decades of experience in the mortgage industry. She is a top-producing loan officer, enthusiastic and dedicated, who works with everyone from first-time homebuyers to experienced real estate investors. Away from work, Angela loves spending time with her husband and two daughters, especially at the beach.
Before I got into real estate I worked in film production in many different capacities but one of my favorite jobs was decorating sets. I see my real estate transactions as mini-productions and enjoy prepping listings for the market. My background in journalism, set decorating, photography and working with the public make this a good fit for me and my personality.
Darcie has been working full time in the Seattle real estate market since 1998, and has lived in the Puget Sound area her whole life. Clients know her as passionate, resourceful, and calmly determined, yet, for Darcie the most fulfilling aspect of being a realtor is the opportunity to connect with buyers and sellers on a personal level.
Kristen Meyer has worked as a real estate agent since 2004. She started her own boutique real estate team, Sweet Living, in 2013. Her team of four prides themselves on their expert advocacy, their diligence in creatively marketing unique properties to get them sold, and their dedication to their clients’ experience.