Darcie Wells

 

Real Estate Gals, REALTOR©

 

 

Bronze Level

 

Joined: 2015

 

“I’ve always been focused on homes,” Darcie will tell you. She grew up in Renton, a child of two parents who flipped houses. It seemed like she was always helping fix up a home: holding a 2×4, hammering nails, painting walls. Name a remodeling project, and Darcie’s done it. That early education transformed into an official real estate career of her own in 1998. Almost two decades later, Darcie still loves her work.

“New, fun people all the time,” she will tell you. “Plus, finding a home is still so exciting!”

Darcie’s passion for homes and interior design is second only to her dedication to her family. She lives in Maple Leaf with her husband and two children, and in their home, the idea “family comes first” is a reality. Darcie also enjoys reading, quality food, and being healthy and positive as much as possible.

Darcie volunteers at her children’s school, St. Catherine’s, and in the past, she has helped senior citizens with transportation and grocery shopping. Now, she is directing her philanthropy in another direction, one that combines both her passion for homes and her dedication to family: Agents of Change.


Why are you an Agent of Change?

“I’ve been so, so lucky, in my life and my business, that it’s not right to not give back and try to help others.”

 

All of us work with homes on a day-to-day basis. Why is having a home so important?

“A home is the sanctuary from the cold, hard world—and to not be able to recharge at home would be so horribly difficult. Having children with no home would make it so hard to keep life together.”

 

“Mary’s Place really seems to be effective and get a lot done for this population, including intangibles like emotional support, a place for kids to play, clothing, and nutrition.”

 

What impresses you most about Mary’s Place?

“Mary’s Place really seems to be effective and get a lot done for this population, including intangibles like emotional support, a place for kids to play, clothing, and nutrition.”

 

What inspires you to help those less fortunate?

“Really, just a sense of gratitude for living a wonderful, rich life, with a nice warm home for my family. We should be grateful and give to others who haven’t had the easy rides we had.”

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