It's more than a sign in the yard and a Facebook post.

We help you get the highest sale price.


Find a Home with Windermere Real Estate

It's more than a sign in the yard and a Facebook post.

We help you get the highest sale price.

Sell Your Home With Windermere

A successful launch creates a rush of activity and maximizes your home's value. We coordinate the many moving parts surrounding your home sale with the knowledge and resources to bring you successfully to the closing table. Overseeing savvy home prep, gorgeous photography, and unleashing a multi-faceted media blast are a just part of what happens before the first showing.

Windermere Ready

There’s no second chance for the perfect first impression.


Small upfront investments can yield a much bigger pay off when you sell your home. We’ll work together to best showcase your space and help buyers see themselves living in it.


We believe so strongly in the power of first impressions that we created the Windermere Ready program to provide you with concierge-level service that readies your home for sale. Together we will determine the repairs and upgrades that are most likely to appeal to today’s buyers, who prefer stylish, turnkey spaces. If needed, we can provide up to $50,000 to help mitigate any expenses incurred, with no upfront cost to you.


Windermere Bridge Loan

Buy before you sell with our exclusive bridge loan program.


You can make a non-contingent offer, which makes your offer more attractive to sellers, and you don’t have to risk losing your new home while waiting for your own property to sell.


Enjoy the benefits of a stronger negotiating position and a simple application process. The Windermere Bridge Loan. It’s fast. It’s easy. And it’s at our fingertips, ready to help you get into your new home. 


Contact your Windermere broker or office to learn more.

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Your Advocate at the Negotiating Table

It’s the end result that drives us from the very beginning.


When it comes time to evaluate offers, we’ll help you analyze the strengths and weaknesses of each and develop a strategic negotiating plan to give you the best possible price, terms and timeline. 


In an independent reader survey conducted by the Puget Sound Business Journal, Windermere Real Estate was selected as the most respected residential real estate company brand in Washington. Our trusted name lends credibility to the marketing of your home, helping you generate more buyer activity and giving you the best advantage at the negotiating table.

Expert insight

The Downside of Selling Your Home Off Market

Who wouldn’t want the enticement of a full price offer on their home before it even comes to market? At first glance it seems like a compelling opportunity, but it comes at a steep price. With the shortage of homes today, friends and neighbors are all on the lookout for up-and-coming listings. They aren’t hard […]
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How COVID-19 is Affecting Buying Trends

Home Buying Trends Emerging from COVID-19

Coronavirus has made many of us rethink what is important to us…and our homes are no exception. According to the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), the top feature desired by buyers is now a home office (or even more than one). 22% of buyers are less concerned about their commute, which means homes in affordable […]
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Payback Times for Energy-Efficient Home Upgrades

Thinking of going green?  Today’s technology offers a whole host of ways to boost your home’s efficiency, reduce your carbon footprint and lower your energy bills.  Some upgrades can pay for themselves in a relatively short amount of time, while others with large price tags might take decades to start paying back.  The good news […]
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What You Need to Know about the Washington State Seller Property Disclosure – Form 17

Washington State requires sellers of residential real property to thoroughly disclose material facts on a form called the Residential Real Property Disclosure Statement (often referred to as Form 17). Unless the buyer has expressly waived their rights, the seller must deliver this completed disclosure with 5 days after mutual acceptance.  The buyer then has a […]
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How to Buy and Sell Safely in the New Normal

While buying and selling real estate was recently deemed essential in Washington State, the landscape looks very different than it did before the COVID-19 outbreak. Real estate offices remain closed to the public with agents working remotely and hosting virtual client meetings.  Important safety regulations prohibit in-person open houses and limit the number of people […]
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Timing the Market to Get More for Your Home

The Right Timing Can Bring You Thousands More When You Sell

Ever notice how one home on your street sells well above asking price with a line of buyers out the door and an identical home comes on a month later and sits on the market for two weeks before finally selling at a reduced price?  Every. Day. Counts. It’s not always about the house. It’s […]
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Remodeling Cost vs. Value

Did you know some remodeling projects can nearly pay for themselves when it’s time to sell? Remodeling Magazine evaluates which projects bring the most recoup at resale in different markets around the country in their “Cost vs. Value” report.  While returns have dipped nationwide due to growing costs and consumer anxiety, Seattle still sees a […]
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We Want Know About the Excise Tax Change

New Real Estate Excise Tax (REET) Rate (eff. 1/1/20)

Now that Washington State Senate Bill 5998 has been signed into law, our local real estate excise tax—the tax paid when you sell a property—will be getting a facelift in 2020.  The flat rate of the past will make way for a new tiered system which gives owners a tax cut on the first $500,000 […]
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Remodel or Move?

Should I Move or Remodel?

There are a number of things that can trigger the decision to remodel or move to a new home. Perhaps you have outgrown your current space, you might be tired of struggling with ancient plumbing or wiring systems, or maybe your home just feels out of date. The question is: should you stay or should […]
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