Coldwell Banker Bain adds Scott, Jackson to Kent Station office

  • Friday, February 23, 2018 9:46am
  • Business
Ronald Scott and Lori Jackson. COURTESY PHOTOS

Ronald Scott and Lori Jackson. COURTESY PHOTOS

Coldwell Banker Bain has hired Ronald Scott and Lori Jackson to provide real estate services to home buyers and sellers at its Kent Station office.

Coldwell Banker is a leading provider of real estate brokerage services in Washington and Oregon.

For more information, visit coldwellbankerbain.com.

Also

Five Star Professional has named Kent real estate broker Mark Thorne as a Five Star Real Estate Agent for 2017, Coldwell Banker Bain announced.

“We are extremely proud that Mark has been recognized by Five Star Professional,” said Mike Grady, CB Bain president and COO. “It points directly to our hard work to provide continuous broker education and other resources that help him provide the best possible service to his clients.”

Five Star Professional recognizes a select group of Seattle-area real estate brokers who provide quality services to their clients, and less than 7 percent of real estate brokers were selected.

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