#Seattle real estate team working with buyers and sellers. Why pay for one agent when you can work with a great team for the same price!
Union Group Realty : Where will you call home?
Members of Union Group Realty have lived in Seattle for decades and have worked in Seattle real estate for over 25 years combined. We understand nuances of Seattle neighborhoods and trends in the market.
Working with an experienced agent is important. But why work with only ONE agent when you can have an entire team of experienced professionals working for you?
Here are some advantages of working with us:
Eric Robison is the designated broker for two Seattle Keller Williams’ offices and oversees hundreds of contracts per year. He brings this skill set to your transaction, whether it’s strategically pricing your home or negotiating on your behalf. An expert negotiator, Eric’s clients have won numerous multiple-offer situations. Eric is highly respected in the real estate community and his reputation will benefit you.
• One-on-one Service
Travis Smith and Logan Tice thrive on client interaction—taking buyers on home tours and conducting public open houses. They deliver personable, one-on-one service and work in tandem with the entire team to give their buyers and sellers unparalleled customer service. Travis, Logan and Eric collaborate to strategize and negotiate hard for both their sellers and buyers, making sure no details are missed and all deadlines are monitored throughout the entire closing process.
• Marketing & Coordination
Melissa Hurst leads marketing and coordination for our team. Melissa handles all print and Web marketing for our sellers’ homes, as well as transaction coordination for both our sellers and buyers once we have mutual acceptance on their contract. She is also the voice of social media and communications for Union Group Realty. Each listing receives a dedicated media and marketing campaign, ensuring our sellers’ homes receive maximum exposure.
A member of our team is always available. If someone is sick or goes on vacation, the others step in to help! Each person has a specific role, but we fully support each other and our clients. You will never feel like you are “out of the loop” or someone isn’t returning your call.
There is no additional cost for you to have a team of dedicated professionals working in your corner. No gimmicks, just great service.
We look forward to being your real estate team!
Guest parking is available at Keller Williams Downtown Seattle!
CERTIFICATIONS and AWARDS
- Certified Managing Broker
- Earth Advantage Broker Certification (S.T.A.R.)
- Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR)
- Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE)
- Awarded Seattle Magazine's Five Star Professional Real Estate Agent, 2009-present
- 2012 Business Humanitarian Leadership Award for Outstanding Real Estate Professional from the Washington Association of Mortgage Professionals
- 2011 Nominee for Business Humanitarian Leadership Award for Outstanding Real Estate Professional from the Washington Association of Mortgage Professionals
For the Song of the Week, we’ve chosen “Drinkin’ Problem” by the Texas band Midland. “People say I’ve got a drinking problem, but I’ve got no problem drinking at all. … Some call it a problem. I call it a solution.”
It’s pretty rare for us to feature an all-out country western song on our weekly picks, but we’re all about democracy here at Union Group Realty, so when a team member steps off his trusty steed and into the office, spurs and Wranglers topped by a Stetson… well, you have our attention. Okay, it didn’t go down quite like that, but in a city like Seattle with only one country bar – located in Green Lake – we felt it was time to crack open a Shiner bock and tip a bottle to a song about getting tipsy.
Midland is made up of singer Mark Wystrach, lead guitarist Jess Carson and bass player Cameron Duddy. We’re based in Austin Texas and Influenced by the golde...
For the Song of the Week, we’ve chosen “Told You I’d Be with the Guys” by Cherry Glazerr. The uninitiated would be right to listen to the opening riff of this track and its ardent proclamation, “I was a lone wolf!” and think Glazerr is just another strong female rocking hard and proclaiming her fired up feelings known. And you’d be partially right.
You may also recognize her from the award-winning Amazon show, “Transparent,” where her character leads the band Glitterish.
Seattle was prominently featured in the NYTimes this week. We have an electrifying spring coming up. How can we help you?
nytimes.com The company is putting its stamp on the city with an expanding array of unconventional experiments in bricks-and-mortar sales.
Wow! Very cool outdoor space right here in Seattle area. This place would be lush year-round. What do you think?
NAR released a report this week on the impact of pets on renting and remodeling. 61% of US households own a pet, and 99% think of that pet as part of the family. Does your pet rule the roost?
nar.realtor This report looks at rental and home search considerations for animal owners, their remodeling projects, and selling advice for them from REALTORS®.
Eric and Travis are representing #uniongrouprealty at Keller Williams annual family reunion conference in Las Vegas. Thanks to all our clients who made it possible! We earned quadruple gold! #seattlerealestate #seattlerealtor #seattlehomes #seattle #workwithus
For the Song of the Week, we’ve chosen “Stone” by Agnes Obel. The Danish singer/songwriter was born in Copenhagen in 1980 and joined her first band in 1990 at the ripe age of ten. Raised by “unconventional parents,” Obel was taught classical piano in childhood and was encouraged to only play music she liked. The tactic seems to have worked out well. Obel credits French composers, Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel as influences, as well as American musicians Roy Orbison and Nina Simone.
105-year-old cyclist, Robert Marchand, is stretching boundaries for physical fitness for his age. Read more on this interesting story below:
nytimes.com At age 105, Robert Marchand, a French amateur cyclist, is fitter than most 50-year-olds, and appears to be getting fitter with age.
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TraVigne (trah-veen-yay) From both Italian and French Language origins. Translation: Among the vines. Used as "fruit of the vine" or "living among the vines."
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