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City or Township Bellevue, WA Postal Code 98005, WA Neighborhood Neighborhood, Bellevue, WA School District School District, County, WA Listing Service Area Area, WA Address 123 Main St, Bellevue, WA Street Main St, Bellevue, WA Listing ID #123456
Ken Bell - Broker, Relocation Specialist
With his business partner Crystal Herrmann he markets and sells homes in Seattle and the entire Eastside, specializing in the Bridle Trails and Bellevue core area.
There are no limits to his broad experience however, and in his long career, has worked in many communities. He sold north to the Canadian Border, west to Bremerton and Silverdale, east to North Bend on this side of the mountains, and south to Puyallup and Orting. His Bellevue office specializes in King, Pierce, Snohomish and Kitsap Counties.
From the Grant County office he markets to Moses Lake, Ephrata, Warden and the rest of Grant County.
He works with 1st time buyers, investors, builders and developers. He offers property management services and manages 30+ properties and rentals. He specializes in high end rentals in the Bellevue Kirkland area as well as smaller 1 and 2 bedroom condo's.
A 32-year real estate veteran, Ken is the designated broker at REALTY EXECUTIVES Brio and REALTY EXECUTIVES Grant County, providing real estate services to the Seattle/Bellevue Eastside market and Moses Lake, WA.
Choose an award winner for outstanding service:
- Chairman's Award
- The Executive Award
- The Diamond Award
- Circle of Excellence Award
- Broker Owner of the Year Award.
- Has won top honors at 4 major Real Estate companies including:
- Rookie Of The Year, Top 10% Club, Top Agent, CB International Presidents Elite, Prudential's Eagle Recipient and the highest honor at RE/MAX, the Platinum Award.
His experience and lifetime of success works for you:
- Owner of Realty Executives since 2001
- First licensed at Checkerboard Realty in 1974
- Formed the first 100% Real Estate Company in Canada in 1976
- Multi-million Dollar Producer $22 Million in one year Top 1% Nationally
- Managed a major national Real Estate Company for 5 years
- Established a national relocation & referral company, 406 referrals last year
What is your home worth?
- 4206 132nd NE Avenue $4,198,000
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- 3077 124th NE Avenue $1,300,000
- 6810 119th NE Avenue $1,100,000
- 12560 NE 23rd Place $3,400
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