Schleg commemorates crystal anniversary in real estate

Schleg marks 15 years making the dream of homeownership come true.

Broker Lorrie Schleg, of Sterling Johnston Real Estate, is celebrating her 15th anniversary as a realtor.

“Over the past 15 years, I have met and helped so many amazing people. I love visiting them each year and seeing how their lives and homes have changed over the years,” Schleg said in a press release, who in 2017 was named a Five Star Real Estate Agent by Five Star Professional for the fourth consecutive year.

Schleg has also been an accredited staging professional (ASP) and certified residential specialist (CRS) for 10 years.

“I am very hands-on with my clients,” she said. “I was previously an IT project manager, which helps me be organized, anticipate potential problems, and communicate well with my clients.”

Schleg, a Washington state native, was actively involved in the Issaquah School District and has a strong knowledge of the local schools. She is renowned for helping her clients manage their entire process to reduce the stress surrounding selling/buying.

“We have been through several real estate transactions in the past but none were as complicated as the purchase of our Covington property. There were numerous complicating factors involved in getting the septic system replaced and we would not have made it through all of those had it not been for Lorrie. We would definitely use Lorrie again in the future and would highly recommend her for anyone considering buying or selling real estate,” George and Mary R. said in a press release.

Schleg is an expert in a wide range of communities, from Seattle to Snoqualmie and Everett to Tacoma. She tailors everything in the process to meet the client’s personal preferences.

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