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Featured Members · December 18, 2020 · AUTHOR: SetSchedule Editor

SetSchedule Member Spotlight: Anthony Gladis with Pumma Properties from Bothell, WA!


Anthony Gladis Pumma Properties

Experience: 6 years

Specializations: First time home buyers, negotiations, relocation, resale Areas Served: King & Snohomish counties, in Western Washington

Q: What made you become interested in real estate? A:  It was a combination of my belief that home ownership is the single best way to financial success. As well as, when I bought my first home I had a terrible experience. With a long background in customer service, I knew I could elevate the experience for others no matter the price range.

Q: What is the most interesting thing that happened during an open house you hosted? A:   Usually they go occur with no issues, but the one that comes to mind was in my own neighborhood.  It was so incredibly busy and people started parking everywhere; behind other cars, blocking driveways and the road.  The neighbors, which are my neighbors were very upset - but they know I can bring buyers to a house!

Q: What was your favorite moment in your career so far? A:  There are many great moments especially when finding that perfect home, or selling quickly when someone needs to move asap. But earlier this year I was able to help my daughter buy her first home, I don't think it gets better than that.

Q: What do you wish you had known when you first got your real estate license? A:   Most people don't want to ride with you, so you don't need a large vehicle

Q: In what ways have you seen the real estate industry change since you started? A:   The technology has improved and the lending process has become much more transparent.

Q: What’s the most challenging part of your job? A:  Knowing how often to contact someone, to stay helpful but not annoying can be a challenge because it's different for everyone.

Q: If you could sum up being a real estate agent in five words or less, what would you say? A:  Challenging but amazingly rewarding


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