This exquisite Shingle style residence on Mercer Island eschews trends in favor of establishing a holistic environment of comfort and tranquility that radiates from every detail. A natural palette of materials that includes cedar shingles, a slate roof, stone and clear vertical grain fir to create a home of rare character, restraint and longevity.
Whether it’s a celebration of the month of romance or the winter chill in the air, the perfect place to spend a February evening is by the fire. In or outdoors, fireplaces are the ideal space for friends and family to gather, from enjoying a quiet moment after dinner to unwinding after a long work week. Browse a collection of luxurious homes that elevate fireside living no matter the season.
As an alumna of Cornish College of the Arts, Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty broker Marianne Francis is passionate about supporting her alma mater and the students that grace its halls. In autumn 2017, she was proud to co-chair the school’s annual gala, which helped raise $677,000 to fund student scholarships. True to the Cornish heritage, the evening’s entertainment included performances by Lady Rizo, a Grammy-winning performance artist and alumna of the Theatre program, and Amy O’Neal, an award-winning dancer and choreographer.
On Friday January 26th, Stacy Jones, Owner & Vice President of Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty joined 9 real estate thought leaders for The Moment Live – Seattle 2018: Presence is Power. The event covered a range of topics, from cutting edge creative marketing and best practices in video and social media, to the power of positive thinking and top-selling sales strategies.
On January 11th, Stacy Jones, Owner & Vice President of Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty, joined the Jere Metcalf Podcast, where real estate agents and executives from around the network share their insights and tools for success. Jones spoke on the ways that she helps her firm’s brokers grow, from personalized branding and encouraging them to act as the CEO of their own business, to taking risks and establishing themselves as a resource that extends far beyond the industry.
On Thursday, November 16th, Moira Holley and Scott Wasner, Co-Founders of Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty, invited the city’s top brokers, influencers, and a few friends to a Party in the Penthouse. The setting was their spectacular $13.8 million downtown Seattle penthouse, perfectly positioned at the base of the Space Needle and Seattle’s gorgeous Waterfront Park.
The technology industry continues to assert its dominance on the West Coast.
In a visit to Seattle over the summer, Shen Schulz, a Malibu-based real estate broker with the Sotheby’s International Realty Malibu Point Dume Brokerage, proclaimed that “the expansion of the tech scene and increase of foreign investment in Southern California real estate have exacerbated a series of price rises that are transforming life” in Malibu. His words echoed familiar to brokers at Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty, given similar market fundamentals felt in the Puget Sound region; tech giants such as Amazon and Microsoft have transformed Seattle’s economy, bringing wealth and top tech talent to the area. As Schulz outlined, both of our cities are home to a number of startups, while major businesses based elsewhere, such as Facebook and Google, have opened up regional offices to leverage local talent.
In a recent feature of Coastal Living, Marisa Spyker steps into five in-city homes that offer fabulous water views as they write, “you can have the best of both worlds – a bustling urban lifestyle with the serenity of an ocean breeze. One of their selected retreats is a stellar penthouse in the heart of Seattle, listed by Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty founding directors Moira Holley and Scott Wasner. As the article outlines, be warned, “serious real estate envy ahead.”
Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR) brokers Brian Hopper, Moira Holley & Anton Krivenyshev share their insights from the 2017 Geekwire Summit.
RSIR brokers Moira Holley, Anton Krivenyshev and Brian Hopper recently attended the 2017 GeekWire Summit, which took place in downtown Seattle October 10th and 11th. One of the country’s premier technology conferences, the annual Summit brings together over 900 innovators, entrepreneurs, business executives, and tech leaders to explore the future of the innovation economy. Given the influence technology continues to have on the evolving real estate industry and the Emerald City’s economy, it was an excellent opportunity to learn from some of the best in tech.