Specializing in West Bellevue real estate for over 20 years, Wendy’s sales and listing record speaks for itself - averaging $22 million in sales annually. Priding herself in her firm yet fair negotiating, Wendy believes in honesty and integrity in all of her real estate transactions.
Trusted and respected by her peers in the industry, Wendy was named a Premier Executive Director with Windermere Real Estate, a distinction given to just 10 company individuals from across the country. As a Premier Executive Director, Wendy is responsible for overseeing the use of this special marketing program showcasing high-end luxury properties. She is also a member of Forum XXII an invitation-only alliance of experienced agents whose mutual objective is to foster fair and friendly cooperation, exchange creative ideas, promote continuing education and focus on professionalism with an emphasis on ethics.
Wendy brings with her a unique perspective on the neighborhoods she represents. Not only has she been selling real estate in West Bellevue for her entire career, she’s spent most of her life there. Wendy attended Medina Elementary, Chinook Middle School, Bellevue High and the University of Washington. Today, she and her family now call the Medina neighborhood their home, where together with her husband Dave, they are raising their two sons, Spencer and Griffin.
Additionally, Wendy brings an extensive network of referrals and resources to every transaction from architects and builders to sports teams and schools. Her firsthand knowledge of the local community is priceless. Wendy’s expertise in the building and design industry from current trends in materials to permitting and construction costs, ensure you’ll feel comfortable purchasing a home with her whether it is in move-in condition, a teardown or just waiting for a facelift.
Wendy is dedicated to the community she lives and works in. West Bellevue has benefited from her support of organizations such as The Bellevue Boys & Girls Club, Hopelink, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue Schools Foundation, Washington Women in Need, Alopecia Areata Foundation and the local schools.