March 27, 2018

Just Listed - Queen Anne View Townhome

Queen Anne Townhouse

33 Etruria St #C
Seattle, WA 98109
MLS: #1264429
Offered at $750,000

Elegant, airy and bright, this private townhouse sits back from the street on East QA. Vivid views over Ship Canal, Fremont & beyond. Great location & easy commute, ¼ mile to SPU, ½m to Google, 2m to SLU. Sophisticated, light filled home boasts a spacious yet intimate master bedroom with en-suite & private view deck. 4 decks total & each bedroom has its own bathroom. Large kitchen, designer touches, built in vacuum, & large closets throughout. Garage plus 2 off street parking spots.

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March 21, 2018

Just Listed - Lake Forest Park NW Craftsman

3200 NE 195th St

3200 NE 195th St
Seattle, WA 98155
MLS #: 1258314 
Offered at $748,000

Great NW Craftsman style home on a corner lot in the heart of Lake Forest Park. Enjoy 4-bedrooms + an office/den + large bonus/media room. Cherry cabinetry, Brazilian cherry floor, granite counters, double oven, gas cook-top, & pantry. Exquisite mill work in living & dining. Escape & relax to the master suite w/fireplace, 5 pc bath w/jetted tub & large walk-in. Fully fenced backyard. Huge 3-car garage. Deeded beach rights to Lake Forest Park Civic Club. Easy access to I-5 & 522.

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March 16, 2018

Just Listed - West Seattle Waterfront Home!

5679 Beach Dr SW
Seattle, WA 98136
MLS #: 1256502
Offered at $2,250,000

Dramatic & distinguished Puget Sound waterfront home. Immense, breathtaking Sound & Olympic Mountain views throughout. Tastefully remodeled & impeccably maintained. Enormous kitchen with eating and family areas. Sophisticated living - vaulted ceilings, 3 striking fireplaces, wine cellar, large dining area, huge garage & private waterfront decks. Room for a spacious guest suite/MIL downstairs. Paddle from your own patio! Live in harmony with nature, immersed in the splendor of the Pacific NW!

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March 16, 2018

Join us at RE/MAX On Market!

Ready to love your job as part of a thriving real estate company with a great culture? Come join us at RE/MAX On Market, one of the newest and most successful real estate companies in the Seattle area. We are headquartered in a modern, light-filled, loft-like office space perfectly located on 20th and Market in downtown Ballard. Here are a few of the ways we stand out:

  • Our work culture is respectful and service-minded, both to our clients and our team
  • We are selective in recruiting our brokers, looking for the most professional and highest integrity with a desire to continually grow, learn and innovate
  • We are collaborative and resourceful in support of each other. If you need someone to open doors or host an open house, we are happy to help
  • We make it our job to help you meet your career and financial goals, with coaching in areas such as business building, marketing and penetrating neighborhoods or markets
  • Our ongoing training program is very efficient, often presented as 5 minute trainings on relevant and timely topics from risk mitigation, contract negotiation to breakthrough marketing and branding
  • We have a business administration team to help you through transactions so you can focus on what you best: listing, selling and being a valued consultant to your clients
  • Our internal marketing team serves all levels of marketing from neighborhood farming to broker brand building. We have 25+ years of marketing and PR to apply to your business
  • Our office is thoughtfully designed to be an inviting and comfortable place to work or host clients.
  • We are set up for presentations, events and host client parties several times a year RE/MAX is the largest and most successful real estate brand in the world. We have tapped into the healthy, global RE/MAX referral pipeline, which is a significant differentiator given the vast numbers of relocations to our region
  • Finally, we have fun and enjoy each other as a team, with team building events and casual get-togethers to discuss market dynamics.

If this sounds of interest to you, we'd love to talk further!

Job Types: Full-time, Contract

Required experience: residential real estate: 2 years

Required license or certification: Real Estate License



Posted in General
Jan. 1, 2018

Introducing... RE/MAX On Market

REMAX on Market Logo

Hello! Thanks for visiting our new website. We've launched RE/MAX On Market, a brand new real estate company located in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle. We are located right on NW Market Street, at 2020 NW Market St STE 202, right above the Washington Federal Bank.

In real estate, each buying or selling circumstance is unique, different and most often, a very big deal in the life of our clients. Whether our job is to find your first home in a hot market or a qualified buyer for your beloved family home, each situation requires the right blend of strategy, expert counsel and thoughtful execution. After all, real estate is often the biggest and most profound financial transaction in peoples’ lives.

We started RE/MAX On Market to be the very best in the industry – a truly professional, expert technology-driven company with the depth of talent to take on all of our clients’ custom needs and concerns.

Our team is comprised of seasoned professionals from relevant industries, including local entrepreneurs, international business executives, home construction and renovation experts, marketing, branding and public relations professionals, attorneys, MBAs and even a PhD. And with the unrivaled strength of the global RE/MAX brand – number one in U.S. and Canada retail sales in the last two decades – we have the power of a proven international network at our service.

Put simply, we believe real estate requires the best talent to deliver the best outcomes for our clients. How can we serve you?

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Jan. 13, 2016

Manning Sedgwick Review

 Review by a Home Buyer. (Also published on Zillow).

I have been living in my new home for only a couple months, and I have already referred John & Amy to friends who are actively working with them, and continue to have great things to say. I found out about John & Amy when I thought about looking and a friend immediately set up an introduction  because she had only good things to say. I met with John in early September with maybe an hour notice on my way to see a house - he wanted to know every detail of what I was looking for. From neighborhoods, to my must haves to even the importance of where I put my Christmas tree - he wrote it all down. We then went to se the house and John pointed out potential flaws and the good parts - I immediately felt I was in good hands, that this wasn't a real estate agent who just wanted a sale. The next house, I then met Amy. The first day, she said the best thing to me: "Your only job is to fall in love with the house, and John and I will take care of everything else". Again, I felt I was in good hands. I even brought a very opinionated trusted friend who has purchased many homes, and they said John and Amy knew what they were doing. I called them my gladiators on the field - in 3-4 weeks we looked at roughly 20 houses. John and Amy taught me a wealth of knowledge about looking for a home, and were supportive when I had been outbid on the first couple offers. Available at all times for any questions, they were so fast you would think you were their only client. In fact, I was out of town and they did the home inspection for me, and FaceTimed with the various inspectors - I've never heard of that kind of care. The day I received my keys, they were there greeting me with celebrations. It doesn't even stop there - they continue to be my sounding board for any other inquiries on the house, including meeting me to go over the inspection report, page by page, with coffee and helping me out. Two months after I closed John was helping me on how to use my thermostat! I can go on for a while - but let's just say my ears are perked for anyone looking for a home so i can immediately refer them to John and Amy - I'm almost disappointed if they go with another broker because I know they wont' have the experience I did.

Nov. 5, 2015

Why aren’t you working here yet?

Client Service Manager

Our independent boutique real estate firm in Seattle is hiring for the position of Client Service Manager. 

The ideal person understands the dynamic nature of a small company, will joyfully handle whatever is thrown at them and buys into our obsession with quality and client satisfaction. We currently work out of a home office in Ballard and spend a lot of time out and about with clients. 

We’re looking for someone who can handle a lot of tasks and make sure no detail is overlooked. You’ll need to be computer and Web savvy, an excellent communicator with strong writing skills. Knowledge of the real estate industry is a plus. 

Some of the cool things about our company are:

  • We treat our clients and each other like family;
  • We are a small team and we have a lot of fun working hard together;
  • We’re constantly challenging ourselves to be the best we can be;
  • We laugh a lot!

If you're the one we're looking for, please follow this link to apply. We look forward to hearing from you.

Oct. 16, 2015

Amy Sedgwick on Evening Magazine


In addition to generating an enormous amount of client satisfaction at our company, Amy Sedgwick is an accomplished film maker. While our clients benefit from her command of video and film presentation in marketing their homes, she  has also picked up several awards at film festivals from Mexico City to Madrid. We were very honored recently that Evening Magazine asked Amy to feature on the show. 

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Sept. 14, 2015

Fuseboxes in Seattle Homes

Ever come close to blowing a fuse? Here's something we encounter in mid century homes from time to time. Fuses are still available and they work fine except that in a modern household, it is easy to overwhelm the circuit by running multiple appliances concurrently. A known trick was to use pennies in place of fuses, an extremely dangerous practice as current would flow until the wires melt! Don't do it!

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Aug. 11, 2015

What were they thinking!

Imagine finding an incredible home with impeccable fit and finish, high end kitchen, bathroom and appliances. Only one problem; the architect has lined up all the windows with those of the neighboring house! Could you live with it? Our homebuyer client couldn't. This is a great example of how a lack of foresight by a builder can impact the marketability of a home, causing it to sit on market longer and ultimately sell below its value.

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