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Windermere is based on

THREE BASIC PRINCIPALS

 

"Hire the best people; give them the best tools; create thriving communities.  It's not rocket science, but it has worked pretty well for us for over 40 years."

 

When John Jacobi founded Windermere Real Estate in 1972, he had a vision for the way real estate should work: anticipate and respond to the needs of buyers and sellers, and support the communities you serve. While other real estate companies were focused on size and sales, his goal was to earn the respect of the communities where he and his agents worked and lived. Four decades later, John Jacobi's humble beginnings have gone from a single office with eight agents to a network of 300 offices and more than 7,000 agents throughtout the Western United States.

 

  • THE BEST PEOPLE

Windermere's community of real estate professionals is our greatest asset. We have experts in all areas of real estate, from your typical starter home to condos, luxury properties, and new construction. While residential real estate is the mainstay of our business, Windermere also has offices and associates who specialize in property manangement, commercial real estate and relocation services.

  • THE BEST TOOLS

Our agents have access to a wide range of innovative tools and programs, allowing them to serve home buyers and sellers in a way that is truly unique to Windermere. Sof of our most successful tools were born from our agents' own ingenuity, and we continually look to them for ways to improve upon everything we do. Ultimately, the most powerful tool that Windermere has is our agents; their professionalism and commitment to community enables them to tailor ther service individually to each of their clients' needs.

  • CREATE THRIVING COMMUNITIES

Windermere is committed to the communities in which we live and work. Through the Windermere Foundation, our annual Community Service Day, and a variety of community events, Windermere agents, owners, and staff work together to help build and sustain thriving neighborhoods.