The real estate market in Western Washington can be daunting, even to lifelong residents of the area. Where should I raise my family? How can I find the home of my dreams at a price I can afford? How can I sell my house quickly without leaving any money on the table? I've confronted all of these questions myself and would love to guide you through the process.
As a graduate of the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business, I understand the importance of killer marketing, lightning-fast communication, and effective negotiation. Through volunteer efforts with local schools, I also understand that sincerity and kindness are universal values.
My goal is to make the process as smooth and pleasant as possible for you as you go through a potentially stressful situation. I achieve this by keeping current on my real estate education and providing recommendations for vendors that have proven to provide superior services.
Who is Darcy Hardy?
I have lived and worked in many places across our country including, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Virginia, Washington DC, Kentucky, Illinois, and Washington State. Having moved 26 times I have seen several different real estate markets. I truly understand the roller coaster of emotions that is included in moving, buying, and selling homes.
I have a finance degree and an interior design minor from James Madison University (JMU) and a Master's of Business Administration (MBA) from the Darden School of Business. While I'm not sure what the perfect education would be to enter into the real estate field, I believe my background provides me with a great foundation to guide my clients through the problem solving required for each unique client's goals in their market.
When not selling real estate, I love to spend time with my husband, JT, our 9-year-old son, Colin, and our dog, Andy. Our favorite actives include attending Mariners' games, gathering with our neighbors, visiting local parks, and watching movies.
Listing information last updated on January 20, 2021 at 3:15 PM PST.