Marti Reeder earns Five Star Professional Real Estate Award

Reeder received the Five Star Award in December from Seattle Magazine for the third time.

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  • Friday, January 10, 2014 12:27pm
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Marti Reeder, Realtor, Broker, CRS for John L. Scott in Kent-Covington, ended 2013 with several industry awards and honors, including the prestigious Five Star Professional Real Estate Award.

Reeder received the Five Star Award in December from Seattle Magazine for the third time.

The award is only given to real estate agents in the greater Seattle real estate market who have achieved the highest ranking in customer service.

The ranking includes fewer than 7 percent of local real estate agents who are evaluated by their clients in the areas of customer service, integrity, market knowledge, communication and negotiation skills, closing preparation, home selection, home marketing and overall satisfaction.

In addition, Reeder will receive John L. Scott’s President’s Elite Award for 2013 for being a top producer. This is one of the real estate agency’s top honors. Reeder has earned a president’s award every year since 2007.

Reeder has also been named “Best of Kent” in the real estate category five times by readers of the Kent Reporter, including 2013.

To further serve the local real estate market, Reeder has been named vice president of the South King County Women’s Council of Realtors for 2014. The council focuses on connecting real estate agents with each other for personal and professional growth and to provide their clients with outstanding service.

“I love working with my real estate clients, and I strive every day to give them the best possible customer service when buying or selling a home. It is so exciting to see my hard work rewarded,” Reeder said. “I am grateful that I get the chance to do what I love in the beautiful Puget Sound area.”

As a lifelong resident of King County, Reeder helps individuals and families buy and sell homes throughout the greater Seattle area, with a focus on South King County.

The “Best of Kent” realtor also focuses on educating consumers on the value of home ownership and ensuring that they understand changes in the real estate and mortgage industries and how they are personally impacted.

For more information about Reeder, visit www.marti-realtor.com or call 253-859-8500 (office) or 206-391-0388 (cell).

 


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