Welcome Beth Hedrick

by Coldwell Banker Evergreen Olympic Realty, Inc. on August 2, 2019

We are proud to welcome Beth Hedrick to our Coldwell Banker Evergreen Olympic Realty team! Beth comes to us with a strong background in customer service and a caring, dedicated and knowledgable spirit ready to assist her clients with all their real estate needs.

Beth is orginally from Tennesee and a proud Army wife. Her military connections will further assist her clients in successful moves both in and areound our area.

Beth is an avid dog mom with a 4 year old yellow lab and she also loves to travel and explore both our local region and abroad.

We are thrilled to have her join our company!

Beth looks forward to assisting you with all of your real estate needs and can be reached by phone at 360.474.7575 or via email at beth.hedrick@cbolympia.com.

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Welcome Vickie Jackson

by Coldwell Banker Evergreen Olympic Realty, Inc. on July 12, 2019

We are proud to welcome Vickie Jackson to our company! Vickie is a familiar face to our industry as well as the Coldwell Banker family. Vickie comes to us with 13 years of real estate success within Lewis, Thurston and Cowlitz counties.

She has her reputation & success on the quality foundations of expertise, professionalism, negotiations, personal service and her commitment to excellence.

Vickie is an actively involved member of the Washington REALTORS® Association and the National Association of REALTORS®, and was the 2013 President of the Lewis County Association of REALTORS®. Additionally, she holds the prestigious designations of GRI®, CRS®, SRES®, AHWD®, CNE®, and ASP®.
We are so very thrilled to have her join our team! For all of your real estate needs, you can reach Vickie by phone at 360.269.7017 or by email at vickie.jackson@cbolympia.com.

 

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57 Summer Recipes Using Fresh, Local Ingredients

July 3, 2019

Aside from the yummy recipes you’re about to read below, there are several benefits of eating seasonal and local— for your health, your local farmers, and your wallet. And it’s no secret that the Pacific Northwest is home to some famously delicious fare. We can attribute much of this to the local farmers harvesting the […]

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2019 Inspirational Educator Award

June 30, 2019

We were honored to round out the 2018-2019 school year awarding the Inspirational Educator Award winner, Katherine Sartori. Katherine is the orchestra teacher at Washington Middle School and was chosen for this award by our 2019 first-place scholarship winner. Fiona Whitaker. Our surprise ceremony awarding Katherine was touching and absolutely wonderful to take part in. […]

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First Place Scholarship Winner – Fiona Whitaker

June 26, 2019

Congratulations to Fiona Whitaker, our first place winner in our 9th annual What Makes a House a Home scholarship contest. Fiona wrote a very beautiful essay painting a vivid picture of how she defines “Home”. Her beautiful analogies of home bring the story to life in your mind, “Picture this: A cement foundation poured, a […]

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Second Place Scholarship Winner – Julian Desmond

June 25, 2019

Congratulations to Julian Desmond, our second place winner in our 9th annual What Makes a House a Home scholarship contest. Julian wrote a wonderful essay about the moves a military family faces. In his own words, “The older I get, and the longer I stay in one place, the more I realize how different my life has […]

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Third Place Scholarship Winner – Emelyn Keller

June 24, 2019

Congratulations to Emelyn Keller, our third place winner in our 9th annual What Makes a House a Home scholarship contest. Chloe wrote a great essay about transitioning from one home to another. We loved this line “Your family, which you naively had thought to be a democratic union, has decided, without your consent, to pick up and […]

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Four Tips for Maximizing the Space in Your Home

May 31, 2019

If you’ve ever watched a home buying or renovation show on television, the phrase “open concept” is probably burned into your brain. Gone are the days of choppy layouts and room-defining décor that can make our favorite areas feel blocky and confined. Today’s homeowner wants sprawling spaces that enable them (and their guests) to seamlessly […]

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Scholarship Contest in Voting Phase!

May 6, 2019

The submission portion of our contest is now wrapped up and we are into our fan voting phase! We had another amazing response this year with 62 essays submitted to our contest. Please be sure to vote for your favorites through our website www.whatmakesahouseahome.com  – Voting is today through Friday, May 10th. The finalists will be […]

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7 Best Thurston County Restaurants With a View

April 30, 2019

With a population nearing 300,000, sweeping vistas of Puget Sound and big mountain views, there’s no shortage of people or picturesque landscapes in Thurston County, Washington. This serene setting also has a burgeoning food scene that’s often able to pair delicious menus with stunning atmospheres to create a one-of-a-kind dining experience. Though the county’s largest […]

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