Lori’s dad worked with SunMark Properties during the early years of real estate sales in Sudden Valley. This exposure to real estate during Lori's formative years led her into a successful career path which she still pursues with enthusiasm today. First licensed in 1980 after graduating from Western Washington University, Lori and her partner Dean started RE/MAX Whatcom County in June of 1991. There are now over 90 RE/MAX Professionals and administrative staff listing and selling residential and commercial real estate all over the county. Currently Lori has offices in Bellingham, Sudden Valley and Lynden.
Chris has won numerous awards and commendation throughout his career:
Chris's Achievements * Ranked within the top 25 Realtors in Washington State by Real Trend’s “America’s Best Real Estate Agents”* Featured in “The Thousand” by Real Trends as advertised in the Wall Street Journal* Awarded RE/MAX Realtor of the Year for 8 of the past 10 years* RE/MAX Lifetime Achievement Award* RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award* Realtor.com’s Online Marketing Award of Excellence.
Since I live in Sudden Valley, and I wanted to sell real estate in Sudden Valley, can you see why I chose this career path for myself? We have an amazing legacy here in Sudden Valley.
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