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2715 1st Avenue
Seattle, WA, 98121
United States

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Our Brokerage

Since 2010, Realogics Sotheby's International Realty has become the Pacific Northwest's largest affiliate within our quickly-expanding global real estate network. We are distinguished by the brokers we employ, the properties we represent and the results we create. 

Consistently among the top ten largest aggregated real estate brands in the Puget Sound region, our brokers maintain the highest average listing and selling prices in the markets we serve. We are productive too, generating more than a half billion dollars in annualized sales, earning our firm the highest average closing volume on a per broker basis when compared with our peer group. For 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015, the Puget Sound Business Journal named RSIR one of the Fastest Growing Private Companies in Washington

Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty offers one-of-a-kind marketing resources, including exclusive advertising platforms such as the Home of the Day on the Puget Sound Business Journal, custom co-op ads in targeted regional media publications, and exposure on distinctive global micro-sites including the WSJ.com and NYT.com.

Our listings are marketplace standouts with 100% local coverage through RSIR.com and NWMLS feeds on our competitor’s websites, plus 100% global coverage exclusively on SothebysRealty.com. This unmatched global exposure boasts industry-leading website visitation, with more than 1 million unique visits a month, 45% of which originate from outside the United States.

Yes, “International” is our middle name and it shows.

 

"THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST'S LARGEST AFFILIATE WITH THE GLOBAL NETWORK BETWEEN VANCOUVER, BC & SAN FRANCISCO."


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National Awards for Sales & Marketing Excellence


74.2%

Increase in Total Sales
2013 vs. 2014