Windermere Professional Partners

WPP Welcomes Sarah Gelman!

Sarah Gelman Professional Headshot of Sarah Gelman June 15, 2017

Windermere Professional Partners is proud to welcome Sarah Gelman to the office located at 4701 South 19th Street, Suite 200 in Tacoma!

Prior to joining the world of real estate, Sarah worked in the legal field for 25 years. During this time, she worked closely with attorneys and other legal professionals, as well as helped guide clients through the difficult legal process. This experience allowed her to develop strong skills in customer service, as well as a relaxed ability to troubleshoot a broad range of situations. While Sarah is new to real estate, her career in the legal field, as well as her own real estate endeavors, will certainly serve her well. Together with her husband, Sarah has renovated and remodeled a starter home, completed a land development project and, as general contractors, designed and built a custom home!

“I love the energy of Windermere Professional Partners,” Says Sarah. “There is a continuity of joy and excitement that the agents of WPP encompass, and in turn, those energies are exuded into the work environment. I am a new REALTOR® and I am excited to be surrounded each day by an abundance of experts in the field who are willing to help. WPP encourages and envelops a team mentality, and therefore those behaviors have become a natural reflex of all who work within the company.”

Tacoma Branch Manager Sloan Hunter Says, “The Gelman family has served the Pierce County area for several generations – it is with good fortune that Sarah Gelman joins the South 19th WPP branch to begin her next career. Sarah worked by her father, Herb Gelman’s side at his law practice after she studied at both Washington State University and The Evergreen State College. She assisted her mother Barbara Gelman, through many successful campaigns to serve as Assessor-Treasurer and County Council Member. Sarah brings her quick wit, brilliant humor and strong advocacy skills to our company and her clientele."