Real Estate Management



A proven leader in Property Management

Trust is the most important factor in establishing and maintaining relationships in our business. Our Seattle area firm is proud to be built on:

* A solid foundation of trust

* A long term reputation of integrity

* Accurate financial reporting

* A culture of responsiveness in customer service

* A secure portfolio of more than 10,000 units; large enough to share buying power, yet small enough to provide personal attention

* A full service platform with the experience and breadth of knowledge to add value to your investment

When it comes to choosing a reliable, locally owned, property management firm, experience matters!  See what our clients are saying.

For more information about a specific area of interest, click the tiles above for an overview.  Contact our team via email or by phone at 206.622.8600 to learn more or to request a proposal today.


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Latest News
Seattle Rental Market Vacancy Rates & Rent Updates
Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Good news for landlords and rental property owners around the Seattle area, Dupre + Scott, surveyed nearly 90 percent of all complexes with 20 or more units and calculated the average rent at $1,103, up 3.7 percent from March and nearly 5 percent from last September. Dupre + Scott also predict that the next few […]

Tips To Maintain Home Value
Thursday, October 16, 2014

If you are getting ready to sell your home or condo, there are a few things that you might want to consider before listing your home, this list from BrightNest are tips that you can do at any time that will increase and maintain the value of your home. Some very important things to remember: […]

Now May Be A Good Time to Buy a Condo
Tuesday, October 14, 2014

As single family home prices continue to increase, now might be the right time for you to purchase a condo. Low prices and low interest rates have meant that owning a condo has been drastically cheaper than renting a comparable apartment since late 2010. This article from the Seattle Times discusses the current state of […]