Industry Expert Britt Wibmer Speaks At The 2019 Real Estate Success Summit

By RSIR Staff |

A sought-after leader in luxury residential real estate, Britt Wibmer, top-producing senior global real estate advisor and founder of Britt Wibmer Real Estate Group, was invited to speak on a panel of industry experts at the Real Estate Success Summit. Hosted by noted real estate educator Denise Lones, the event brought brokers, consumers and industry peers together for insight on local and national market trends, broker workshops, and a panel of rockstar experts who shared their journeys to luxury real estate success.

Wibmer discussed her shift from twelve years in the West Seattle market and into the Eastside’s most luxurious enclaves—an endeavor that brought her into a study of luxury real estate trends and into extensive property tours so she could ensure her knowledge level was on par with other successful brokers in the area.

“It’s important to get out and tour, know inventory and understand what’s happening in the community,” Wibmer said. “If you aren’t capable to talking the talk and walking the walk, you aren’t going to get business.”

Lones (left) and Wibmer (right) take a quick break from the day’s activities to catch up.

Lones also asked Wibmer about her forthcoming book, Moving Millionaires | The Insiders Guide to Buying and Selling Luxury Real Estate, which is due for publication this year. Wibmer says she decided to write the book to share her expertise in the luxury segment and set herself apart from her competitors in an innovative way. “It will help me differentiate myself and provide another outlet to gain the trust and interest of high-net-worth individuals in a venue outside of referrals and my typical marketing plan,” she said.

Wibmer also touched on her community involvement, having chaired and co-chaired a number of auctions and supporting those with autism.

“Being an expert in the luxury market is a combination of doing the hard work of market intelligence, being savvy with home values, building the trust of clients, and giving discretion of privacy,” Wibmer added.