Neil - Olympia Gay Realtor, WA

Olympia, Tacoma
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You deserve the sharpest realtor on your side! With unparalleled kindness, enthusiasm, and expertise, Neil strives to make every real estate collaboration clear and positive. With additional expertise in education and finance, Neil will take the time to understand your individual situation and desires without judgment or pressure. He is equally adept at helping first-time buyers as he is in the million-dollar market.

Whether you are selling, buying, or dreaming, you can be assured of a great experience.

Professional/Personal Distinctions

Who is he, though? Neil loves spending time with his teenage son and resides in Thurston County. He received a Bachelors degree from Washington State University, as well as a Masters from Walden University. He enjoys playing sports like volleyball, basketball, and tennis and supporting our local colleges like UW, TESC, SPSCC, and SMU. You can often find him running through neighborhoods in Tumwater or around Capitol Lake, and shopping at local small businesses and restaurants.

One of Neils passions is volunteering and supporting local and national nonprofits. Among those include: Rainbow Center Tacoma Veterans Memorial Museum Lifelong HIV/AIDS Walk NW Furniture Bank Museum of Flight Trevor Project NW Food Lifeline LGBTQ+ Pride Events Holocaust Center for Humanity Other idea? Always looking for new opportunities.


Trust * Kindness * Expertise

Neil grew up in rural and suburban Southwest Washington, yet loves the energy of the city. He serves all of Western Washington, especially Thurston County and Pierce County. During his successful teaching and coaching career (7x Coach of the Year), sharpened his negotiating skills by representing the local teachers union. Neil transitioned into the business world where he continues to help people pursue their goals and dreams.

Neil was great, very professional. He was great at communicating. I was very pleased to find someone from It certainly made us feel more comfortable in our discussions.

- Randy W.