Real Estate Experience

I’ve been a licensed Realtor with Windermere Real Estate / Skagit Valley (located in Mount Vernon, WA) since 2001, but I have been influenced by the Realtor community my entire life. My Dad started his own independent real estate office in the 1970’s (David James Realty), and joined Windermere in the 1980’s. In 2002 we purchased Windermere Real Estate / Anacortes Properties, giving us the only two Windermere offices in Skagit County. In 2009 we purchased Windermere Real Estate / San Juan Island.  My first job after getting my driver’s license was as office sign installer for out Mount Vernon office. Since then I’ve participated in almost every aspect of the real estate business, from sale in residential, commercial, new construction, condos, and vacant land; to development and commercial lease projects. We also have a mortgage company, Windermere Mortgage Services / Skagit Valley, which is a joint venture with Homestreet Bank and has offices in our Mount Vernon and Anacortes branches.

What We Offer

We have over 90 agents that cover every inch of Skagit and San Juan Counties. Our residential agents are highly accomplished and work tirelessly for our clients. We have a commercial division with 10 full-time commercial agents specializing in everything from sales, to leases, to development consulting, and three Residential Property Managers. Give me a call and let me match you up with one of our full-time real estate professionals.

Leadership Activities

Owner/Manager of Windermere RE / Skagit Valley; Past North Puget Sound Association of Realtors (NPSAR) Director; Past NPSAR Treasurer-Elect; 2010 NPSAR President; Current Washington Realtors Director; Past Windermere Standards of Practice Rep; Graduate of Leadership Skagit; Western Washington Univ. Business Management Degree; Board Member of Skagit Habitat for Humanity; Member of Skagit Rotary.

After Work

OK, this is the fun part. As a product of the Pacific Northwest, I’m addicted to the outdoors. If my weekend doesn't end with me cleaning mud off something, I've failed. I know most of the mountain bike trails in Skagit County by memory, and I could ski all of our local ski areas with my eyes closed (though I don’t recommend it). If your plans in the Northwest include getting outside for some exploring, I’d be happy to point the way.