Whether you’re searching for your first home, your next home or your forever home, the team at RE/MAX Prime in Sequim is here to help.

Whether you’re searching for your first home, your next home or your forever home, the team at RE/MAX Prime in Sequim is here to help.

In real estate, local knowledge offers a Prime distinction

RE/MAX Prime’s approach is simple: Exceptional care yields exceptional results.

Liz Parks, a long-time local realtor, purchased RE/MAX Prime brokerage in Sequim 12 years ago, and today there are 17 professional, full-time realtors – a team that collectively boasts more than 200 years of real estate experience!

Skilled in both home sales and purchases, land and commercial real estate, it’s tough to beat that level of local knowledge.

And while you’ll find RE/MAX Prime in Sequim, the team is well-versed in neighborhoods throughout the Olympic Peninsula.

After all, it’s home, for this team, too.

“We don’t just work here – we live here,” notes Liz, who has called the community home herself for 20 years.

“I love the people,” she says. “And I love the business – we’re finding first homes and move-up homes and forever homes, while meeting the most amazing people.”

Building a successful team is key

“At RE/MAX Prime we are family and I try to provide what the brokers need to be successful,” Liz says, noting that most have worked with RE/MAX Prime for more than five years, and some for Liz’s full 12 years at the helm. At the end of the day, “I want people to love the business as much as I do, and so I try to treat them the way I would want to be treated as a broker.”

That in turn translates into a positive and successful customer experience.

When you’re as entrenched in the local community as this team, you know that giving back is just part of business.

The office supports the Boys and Girls Club of the Olympic Peninsula, the Sequim Food Bank and Habitat for Humanity, along with the Free Clinic and the senior grad party, WAG and so many more.

If you’re ready to make a move, or have questions about the local real estate market, visit sequimprime.com, call (360) 683-1500 or stop by the office at 901 W. Washington St.

The RE/MAX Prime team in Sequim supports homebuyers and sellers throughout the Olympic Peninsula.

The RE/MAX Prime team in Sequim supports homebuyers and sellers throughout the Olympic Peninsula.

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