Neda Perrina’s approach to real estate is firmly rooted in the belief that luxury is an experience, not a price point. She is committed to open, honest communication and truly loves helping her clients successfully make their next move. Neda’s former clients are a testament to her passion for the industry. She is consistently regarded for her ability to provide a seamless experience from start to finish, whether its finding the perfect residence, positioning a home for sale, coordinating everything from cleaners and stagers to movers, or communicating all of the necessary details that allow for informed decision making. In her previous careers, Neda consistently earned top sales awards, easily adopting leadership positions and developing a reputation for identifying creative solutions to exceed business goals. She brings this expertise to her work in real estate, where she has established relationships of trust and discretion with her clients and industry contacts alike. Neda leverages her extensive network to solve problems quickly and acts as an advocate to best position her clients in today’s competitive marketplace. Neda’s alignment with Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty stems from a shared commitment to trust, reputation, and accountability. She holds herself and her firm to the highest of standards, offering white-glove service regardless of property type or price point. With over a decade in real estate investment expertise, an in-depth understanding of the Seattle and Eastside markets, and connections to top-tier real estate professionals from around the world, Neda is poised to help her clients wherever their home needs take them, from around the corner to around the world. Neda lives in Washington Park with her husband Roberto, and their two children, Liliana and Gabriele. When not in the office, she enjoys traveling the world, embarking on culinary adventures, and spending time with her family. In the summer, she’s often found taking advantage of Seattle’s sunshine atop her boat. Neda is passionate about supporting local and global communities. She serves on the Togo Board for the 30/30 Project, which will build four health care clinics in Togo in 2019, and serves as Co-Chair on the Fund Committee at Mary’s Place.