Kari Day brings over 20 years of marketing experience within Seattle’s technology community to her real estate practice at Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty. A proud Bellevue native, current Bellevue resident and University of Washington graduate, Kari has lived in Seattle and the Eastside her entire life, and her understanding of the regional market is unparalleled.
Kari recognizes that residential real estate transactions are quite often about more than dollars, terms and conditions. Instead, the purchase and sale of a home is an immensely personal and emotional process. Kari is able to balance these sometimes competing realities with an approach that is both people-centered and business-minded. Her keen attention to detail, precise organizational skills and inviting communication style contribute to her success as a formidable advocate for her clients.
With buyers, Kari insists on first understanding their needs and lifestyle. From considerations related to the right neighborhood and schools, to concerns about the commute and proximity to amenities, Kari’s local expertise allows her to find the right home for her clients.
With sellers, as a former tech marketing manager, Kari appreciates the unique advantages offered by Realogics, including exclusive web-based partnerships with Puget Sound Business Journal and GeekWire, both of which provide unmatched exposure to her clients’ homes. Kari also fully leverages the distinctly global reach of Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty when marketing a home.
Kari lives in West Bellevue with her husband and two daughters, both of whom attend school in the Bellevue School District. Kari serves on the boards of Bellevue High School Girls Soccer and the local chapter of the National Charity League, and frequently volunteers with local philanthropic organizations. When not working or volunteering, Kari and her family enjoy exercise, attending various University of Washington and professional sporting events, traveling, and taking long walks with their mighty cockapoo, Jake.