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Why Us

We cater to two types of people: friends who become clients and clients who become friends. Beyond that, our clients are first time buyers and sellers, seasoned real estate investors, lifelong Pacific Northwesterners, transplants and new arrivals. We welcome everyone in the LBGTQ and TBD community – for us, it doesn’t matter who you love, so long as you love working with us.

Broker

Gretta Graves

Caillouet

              Broker
    Courtney Caillouet

Gretta’s Story

I've always been a people person, my first people being the citizens of Ballard, where I was raised in a Tudor gingerbread house. I spent 20+ years working as a professional assistant and estate manager, helping wealthy families manage, buy, and sell their properties. I enjoyed playing with real estate, remodels, and re-imaginings throughout these years and have worked exclusively as a licensed Broker since 2014. House restoration is a passion of mine. My mother was an interior decorator, so I guess it's in the genes- that's why I always see what a home was, is, and could be when I step inside.

Uncompromisingly amazing food is also a passion of mine. The abundance of locally sourced foods make the Pacific Northwest one of the best places to live on Earth. When I want to indulge, and I do often, there are so many great places to go. Want to know my favorites? I'll tell you when we talk. Better yet, we'll meet you there!

    Together, We’re
"The People People"

the head and the heart of real estate

Courtney's Story

I don't keep secrets. The truth will come out anyway, so you might as well hear it straight from me. The rumors are true, I am a transplant. Prior to this wonderful life I have lived in Seattle and Tacoma, I grew up on the East Coast in New Jersey. I have operated a product manufacturing business: developed new products, and managed domestic and international sales.

You will also be shocked and amazed to learn I like sports.  I am competitive by nature, I love field hockey and basketball; where you only see one set of footsteps...that is where I left my opponents in the dust.  How does this affect you? Well, real estate is a competitive business. Someone's got to be nimble, quick and always ready to go the extra mile - that's me.