Windermere Real Estate

REALTOR® Morgan Mullin is passionate about building relationships, and she can’t wait to be part of one of the biggest decisions you’ll make in life—buying a home! She is there every step of the way to assist and bring a positive light to the exciting experience of homeownership.

Before becoming a REALTOR®, Morgan worked as an assistant equestrian trainer for Teresa Leahy Training. This hunter/jumper show barn in Enumclaw specializes in the training of horses and students of all different ages and levels, and Morgan’s experiences have taught her great communication skills. She knows that not everyone sees things the same way, and not all communication is verbal. Morgan believes that it’s important to cater to the needs of different individuals to find out what truly works best for each person in order to create a trusting and lasting relationship.

Morgan lives in Fircrest, and she loves spending time riding horses (more specifically, the hunter/jumper style of riding). She’s been riding and competing across the Northwest since she was 8 years old, and currently, Morgan owns one horse, Champ. She’s had him since he was 4 years old, and they’re moved up in the levels together as a team. They’ve even won several national championships together!

Q: What can clients expect when working with you? How do you typically communicate with them?

A: The one thing we know for sure is that no one transaction or person are the same. I am passionate about getting to know my clients and making sure we build trust and benefit from strong communication to aid in the process of buying or selling their home. I want this to be one of the most fun and exciting things someone does in their life!

Q: Why are you excited to join Windermere Professional Partners?

A: WPP is full of vibrant individuals who are ready and willing to help in your successes. I am excited to be a part of this family and be a vital part of their success!

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