Growing up in Washington State, Sue Eller’s roots are deeply embedded in the Pacific Northwest. A creative spirit, Sue’s passion for music led her to the Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts where she graduated Magna Cum Laude in just three years. She then relocated to California where she spent over twenty years as a music editor, honing her ability to exceed standards under tight deadlines with the utmost accuracy and setting herself apart in the fast-paced and highly competitive world of network television.
In 2006, she decided it was time for a change and her love of homes and working with people led her to a new career in real estate. Taking the time to learn every facet of her craft, Sue grew her business during the most trying real estate market in modern times, hiring a team to meet her impeccable standards of client service. As a top-producer and recipient of a number of client service awards, Sue has been a top producer at Dilbeck Real Estate and now is also able to bring her unique perspective and passion to Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty in Washington State, thereby enabling clients in both locations to benefit from her expertise.
Primarily a listing agent, Sue employs unique methods for marketing her clients’ homes, including personally produced videos and an artist she hires to create stunning watercolors of each listing. Her ability to focus on every detail and provide on-the-spot troubleshooting has been fine-tuned over the years, notably by her years of working in what she calls, “the pressure-cooker world of television.” It is those skills that allow her to provide exceptional service to her valued clientele. As an SRES designee, she is also able to provide an extra level of service to seniors and their housing needs.
Sue’s clients value her diligence, attention to detail, and her sincerity. She strives to be the type of agent that she herself would want to work with, and in the highly charged world of real estate transactions where patience is often tested, she knows the importance of having a Realtor who can maintain a calm demeanor and a level head. Sue’s worked by three guiding principles that have never wavered: be genuine, work hard and follow the “golden rule.”
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