- BA in Journalism from Western Washington University
REALTOR® Maddy Mixter is an advocate for her clients, and she believes in the power of community. She hopes to be a supportive part of each of her client’s team, helping everyone to reach their goals and dreams! Maddy truly wants to help change people’s lives, and she is ready to help you get the home of your dreams and receive the best offer when selling your home.
Previously, Maddy worked in marketing and customer service. Most recently she worked at the Children's Museum of Tacoma as the one-woman marketing department, and before this she worked to help event planners promote their events at Brown Paper Tickets, solving problems and troubleshooting issues that clients would inquire about.
Each of these roles helped Maddy learn to communicate efficiently with many different demographics through many different channels, and she is a determined, personable, well-organized, loyal, and goal-oriented team player! Maddy’s experience managing many projects at once and keeping groups on task serve her well in her real estate career, and her marketing and writing skills come in handy when marketing properties in the best light possible.
Maddy lives in the Lincoln District neighborhood of South Tacoma. She loves plants and gardening, and most of her free time is spent in the yard or working on some sort of planting project. She also enjoys film photography—there is something really special about taking the time to take a photo that you can’t edit or easily redo. Something about that delayed gratification is so special to Maddy in such a high-speed world!
Q: What can clients expect when working with you? How do you typically communicate with them?
A: I am kind, socially conscious, easy going, and responsive. I love talking to people, sharing stories, connecting people and creating community. My style is unique, because I am! I am grounded, but always interested in growth.
Q: Tell us more about the kind of real estate you specialize in! What neighborhoods do you work in?
A: I love older homes. Seeing the "good bones" of a house built in the 1940-1950s makes me so excited, and seeing the potential—versus a large financial investment—is something I hope to help clients with.
Q: Why are you excited to join Windermere Professional Partners?
A: I'm excited to join WPP because it is a brokerage with community in mind! The way we give back and support the people in the neighborhood, as well as bettering and educating ourselves on important issues within and outside of real estate really inspires me.