I am extremely grateful to get to call Windermere Bellevue South my work home. We have such a collaborative, fun, and supportive group of agents and support staff that make the office culture around here so positive. We also have owners that work diligently at providing the best agent support in the business, from tools and services to administrative personnel.
My real estate career began with the purchase of my first investment property while in college at the University of Washington's Business School, and it quickly morphed into becoming a real estate agent my Junior year of college. Shortly after graduation, I opened Prospera Real Estate, which I called home until closing the doors to dive head first into the opportunity to manage one of the highest producing offices in the state.
Along the way, I have been fortunate to serve the industry in a number of capacities, which include:
I grew up in Bellevue (Newport High School) and now live in Seattle with my wife (Carmen), daughter (Everlee), son (Caden), and black lab (Cash) - we are fortunate to live next door to my sister, 11 blocks from my other sister, and 12 blocks from my mom.
My role at Windermere is to support our agents, and I'd welcome the opportunity to talk about what that support can look like for you.
Growing up on the Eastside, Olivia is familiar with the area and its dynamic growth. She was introduced to Real Estate at a young age by her Grandmother, who was also an agent with Windermere. In earning her degree in Education from the University of Arizona, she has learned discipline and the importance of time management. After spending a few years with Windermere’s support team, she brings experience in marketing, listing coordination, and transaction management. Having been in the education environment, Olivia is both compassionate and full of empathy. She strives to achieve her Client’s objectives in an enthusiastic and positive manner. She is excited to be working with and learning from Doris ong and Jackie Ramirez and to be part of a team that she believes in.