Island life, and beyond
I am a fan of the quiet island life - that isnít too far from the big city (Seattle). Seattle is amazing. No wonder it ranks so high on so many lists. Thatís ironic because I moved here when it wasnít as popular. In 1980 it was known for grey skies and rain. It still has those, but it is also much more obviously vibrant, now.
I moved to Seattle, but I really moved to Boeing as an aerospace engineer, which meant living in almost a dozen neighborhoods and suburbs thanks to career moves. It was a great education in the diversity of housing options from waterfront condos to large suburban homes and yards - even tiny houses. It was Whidbey Island that I was drawn to even when I couldnít live on it. That changed in 2005 when I moved to the south end of the island: far enough away yet close enough to the city. Here, life is quieter, slower (hello, island time), and only a ferry away from the rest.
Finding a home that meets and matches with a personís lifestyle is always a unique challenge. Life changes. Housing changes. One of my joys is helping people meet their goals, whether thatís a project, an artwork, or finding a home. Being able to help people and Whidbey, well, thatís a bonus. And, if you want to hear about dancing on the island, well, thatís another bonus.
The longer story
The longer story of how I became a real estate broker is long enough that I posted it on another site:
And, for the story that preceded that:
"You are soooo good at staying on top of itÖI really wish you went outside of Whidbey. Iíve only found one other relator that is as good as youÖ" - Mary Meyer (www.marymeyerlifefitness.com)