About Rhonda Morton
It's been my joy, honor, and a privilege to represent Buyers and Sellers in the Seattle area and the Greater Eastside since 1993. My experience has helped many clients navigate the rocky road of real estate buying and selling. I have a great team that helps me showcase homes and assist buyers in managing this major asset. I work diligently to listen carefully to my clients' needs and wants, and strive for excellence in helping them achieve their goals. My top ratings on Zillow seem to point to good success for those I get to work with.
I was born in Seattle, and grew up in Edmonds, Washington. At the age of 18, I began to study for my real estate exam, but it wasn't until 1993 that I was able to strike out into full-time real estate representation. I began my career at John L. Scott, and was in the President's Club, and Relocation Certified my first full year in the business. I spent four years there prior to moving to Windermere Real Estate, and have many friends at both of my former companies. In 2003, when I was expecting my son I made the move over to Executive Real Estate ~ now known as Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate, Executive. In 2007 I was recognized by Seattle Magazine as "Best in Customer Satisfaction" (Top 7%). Today I am happy to help buyers and sellers with all their real estate needs as an agent at Keller Williams Eastside Realty.
I'm the blessed mother of a super fun and funny boy. I'm an avid tennis player and swim with my IPod most every night. I love great friendships, awesome food, and helping someone in need. I play Mahhjong regularly, and my favorite evenings are a home poker game, dinner and a movie, or hanging out with a group of friends cooking together. I was foolish enough to do a Triathalon once, and only once. I'm involved with Hopelink and volunteer as a CASA for King County Superior Courts. My home and life is generally full of friends, love and lots of laughter.
With every home sale, I am committed to sending a donation to feed the hungry, share with the poor, and/or satisfy the needs of the oppressed. If you have a personal connection or favorite charity, I would be honored to send it there.
I look forward to talking with you about how I can help you achieve your real estate goals!