Windermere Redmond office welcomes new branch manager

Nate Short - Courtesy photo
Nate Short
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Windermere Real Estate announced the hiring of one of its top-producing agents, Nate Short, as the new branch manager of the Windermere Redmond office.

Short comes to this position with more than 10 years of real estate experience and has been a member of the Windermere Bellevue West office since 2004. He is also the founder and owner of the Group V Realtor Training Academy, a leading education platform and registered school with the state of Washington, focusing on advanced continuing education for real estate professionals.

"Very rarely do you find someone with Nate's unique skill set," said Matt Deasy, co-owner of six eastside Windermere offices, including Redmond. "His experience in both real estate sales and education will help us continue to build an office of professionals who are focused on delivering exceptional service to our clients and community."

As branch manager, Short will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the office, as well as Windermere's involvement in the local community. He will serve as the main contact and spokesperson for the organization and will represent Windermere East, Inc. in all business capacities.

"I'm excited for this opportunity and have no doubt that Windermere will continue to provide excellent service to the people of Redmond," said Short.

Short is a Washington native and has spent the last 40 years as a local area resident. He is a graduate of Juanita High School and the University of Washington. Short has always been committed to the local community, serving as a volunteer coach for youth basketball and baseball teams. He is also a member of the Windermere Foundation, which to date has raised more than $26 million to fund services that support homeless and low-income families.

The Windermere Redmond office is located at 16261 Redmond Way and can be reached by calling (425) 883-0088.


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