For Seattle's Eastside-based broker Jeff Harrison, there’s nothing more meaningful in life than helping someone build a future that’s even brighter than their past. Guided by the belief that safeguarding the future starts at home, Jeff’s mission is to help every one of his clients find the right home or sell for the best possible price.
A seasoned professional executive with over 35 years of experience in sales and business development, Jeff once spent his days targeting multi-million-dollar enterprises across the Technology Services, Software, and Technology Hardware industries — to name just a few. After stepping down from his position as VP of Sales, Jeff has since turned his focus to a field that long ago piqued his interest: residential real estate. Married to the 30+ year owner of a successful Real Estate Appraisal Business, Jeff credits Linda with his vast knowledge of and connection to the real estate world today. Never one to shy away from a challenge, Jeff, now a full-service Realtor, is also the Managing Director of two real estate investment trusts with interests in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico — that is, when he’s not helping clients buy and sell a bit closer to home.
A 30+ year resident of Seattle’s Eastside and having raised 3 UW Husky graduates, Jeff is passionate about the community where he lives and works. He loves helping his clients discover what makes the area such a special place to settle down and get involved — from Bellevue to Redmond, Kirkland, and beyond. Known for his ability to navigate complex deals of any size, Jeff routinely leverages his corporate expertise for his clients’ benefit. Whether you need advice on pricing your property or the steady hand of a skilled negotiator, Jeff is the agent clients can always count on to deliver meaningful results with the power to change lives.
When he’s not working for his clients, you can find Jeff fly fishing, escaping to his cabin at Black Butte Ranch, sampling new restaurants, and rocking out to the concerts of up-and-coming bands with his wife, Linda.