As a Seattle native and real estate broker for over a decade, John has become an expert in helping clients buy and sell real estate throughout the Puget Sound area. Whether a first-time buyer, right-sizer, empty-nester, relocating or investing, John serves as a trusted advisor who can navigate the competitive Puget Sound real estate market. John is a leader in our firm as a member of our management staff. He is deeply analytical and has over a decade of experience in both in-city and sought-after Seattle neighborhoods. John has worked with clients from around the globe and always strives to give them a competitive edge. He's known for his results-driven approach, negotiation skills, and deep knowledge of market trends, neighborhoods, and schools. John also draws from his past experiences to provide unparalleled professionalism and win even the toughest negotiations. Prior to entering real estate, John spent 15 years with local high-tech startups and Microsoft where he worked in various marketing, HR and business development roles. He has a MBA from the University of Michigan and a BA from the University of Washington, as well as certificates in Construction Management and Residential Design.
John has also been quoted extensively on Seattle real estate in publications like Geek Wire. Having lived and worked across the United States, John understands the importance of blending local expertise with global prominence, which brought him to Realogics Sotheby's International Realty, where the company vision fosters marketing at the forefront and a team of industry leaders work together to provide client care. John is a 10+ year recipient of Seattle Magazine's "Five Star" Real Estate Broker and multiple Angie's List Super Service awards. He is both relocation and luxury home certified. John holds the National Association of Realtors designations of Accredited Buyer Representative and Senior Real Estate Specialist. John lives in Madison Park with his wife and two children. He enjoys taking advantage of the Pacific Northwest, camping in summer and snowboarding in winter. He's a member of the Madison Park Community Council, representative for the Madison Park Business Association and recently completed a two-year PTA Board term for his children's elementary school