Meet Jody

Over the past fifteen years I've had the distinct pleasure of working with buyers and sellers of all property styles from condos to vacant land and luxury waterfront. I promise to always protect the interests of my clients while making the process as simple as possible. The result of this dedication is a reputation of excellence and some of the highest rated Zillow reviews in the State of Washington.
I am excited to be part of your journey. Let's get started and make your real estate dreams your reality!


Phone: 425-269-8770

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Local Market Update – May 2021

By Jody Epstein | May 10, 2021 | 0 Comments

A sizeable increase in new listings in April offered some good news for buyers, but it was matched by an even greater increase in sales. With supplies depleted, and homes being snapped up within days, nearly every area saw double-digit price gains. The current forecast as we head towards summer: the market remains as hot […]

Local Market Update – April 2021

By Jody Epstein | April 12, 2021 | 0 Comments

Despite a bump in new listings the supply of homes still can’t keep up with the demand. The result? Multiple offers, escalation clauses, and record-breaking prices. If you’re considering selling your home, you’d be hard pressed to find a more lucrative market than what we have today. March marked the first post-COVID/pre-COVID comparison, and the […]

Local Market Update – March 2021

By Jody Epstein | March 12, 2021 | 0 Comments

Neither the snowstorm nor the increase in mortgage rates dampened buyer demand in February. Lack of inventory continues to be a frustration as there are way more prospective buyers than there are homes for them to buy. As a result, prices continued their upward climb. While the number of homes for sale edged up, it […]

Local Market Update – February 2021

By Jody Epstein | February 10, 2021 | 0 Comments

This winter’s real estate market is looking more like a typical spring market. Sales were up, competition was fierce and prices continued to rise. Lack of inventory still presents a huge issue. At the end of January there were only 1,055 single-family homes on the market in all of King County, 33% fewer than a […]