Kyle has been a top producer in Seattle year over year since 2014. He was #14 in the entire state in 2016. And has been in the top 100 in the state every year since. Kyle has closed over 175 successful lifetime transactions and counting since beginning his real estate journey in 2009. Affluence, proficiency, and skill can only be developed through repetition and Kyle has seen just about every eventuality the real estate market has to offer. He uses this breadth of accumulated knowledge to guide buyers and sellers through best practices and mistake prevention.
Kyle has been seen in many local and international publications including but not limited to:
Wall Street Journal
Widely read Japanese home remodel magazine
Mary’s Place - Kyle is an Agent of Change and spends time fundraising for Mary’s Place
Kate Wallich 501c3 - Board member (A non profit all abilities movement group that supports dance in all forms the world around)
Casa Latina - Language exchange helping recent immigrants with interpreting financial documents
Pacific Science Center - Helped fundraise and build the new Boeing IMAX, come find my chair!
Doctors Without Borders
Southern Poverty Law Center
I was born in Bremerton, Washington and I've lived in the Northwest most of my life outside of a 7 year tenure in the Los Angeles area where I started in real estate in 2009. Now almost 10 years later and ~175 successful transactions later, I can say that I have become an expert in Washington real estate through repetition and a depth of experience that not many other brokers can claim they have.
I enjoy the creative and intimate process of listing and selling homes as well as assisting in grinding out value for my buyers. I believe that a 'modern' real estate agent is no longer a sales person but a fiduciary that should be interested only in client advocacy and mistake prevention while being entirely results driven.
It is my mission to be your advocate and an ally with a proven track record of success.
When I not side by side with my clients you may find me up the side of a mountain, drinking espresso in one of our cities cafes, donating time and resources to local causes, swimming anywhere there is a body of water, or reading voraciously under a tree.