Seattle Agent’s top 10 Who’s Who profiles of 2022

by Seattle Agent

Our annual Who’s Who issue celebrates real estate professionals from all around Seattle, and in 2022 we highlighted an especially impressive group. Each profile outlines how the brokers and lenders got to where they are today, what keeps them going and, most importantly, why they do what they do. Check out the 10 Who’s Who profiles which saw the most page views this year, and click here to see who made the full list of Who’s Who in Seattle real estate.

No. 1: Stephanie Schuessler

Stephanie Schuessler works primarily in new-homes sales, representing local, national and international builder clients in Greater Seattle and the Eastside. With more than half a billion dollars in active, pending and sold inventory throughout her career, Schuessler has represented attached, detached and multifamily condominiums, townhomes and single-family residences. 

No. 2: Olga Dyckman

Olga Dyckman, Realtor and premier director at Windermere Real Estate, is a Certified Negotiation Expert and Certified New Home Sales Professional who is ready to help anyone from first-time buyers to luxury investors.

No. 3: Walter Weaver

Walter Weaver is a mortgage advisor with BECU. Last year, he helped a buyer who owned another mortgage company buy a house with a jumbo loan that was outside normal parameters. He recently worked with underwriting to approve a first-time condo buyer whose situation was also outside normal guidelines. “I was able to convince management to expand our guidelines to accommodate larger loans in the Seattle market,” he explains. “But I also fight for the little guy.”

No. 4: Jenny Lyn Tran

Prior to working in mortgage lending, Jenny Lyn Tran worked in nonprofit organizations, helping young women in halfway houses, as well as homeless and low-income individuals. She found a passion for helping families reach their goals by motivating them and inspiring them to break barriers. She translated this passion into the real estate industry after her experience buying her own home.

No. 5: Melissa Camp

Working through the housing crash in 2008, 2009 and other economic disruptions, such as the more recent COVID-19 pandemic, Melissa Camp has learned to navigate all kinds of real estate markets.

No. 6: Erin Harper

Erin Harper began her career in real estate after more than 20 years in sales and marketing. Her sales background, love for real estate, local knowledge and client-first approach made the move to real estate the natural next step. 

No. 7: Brittany Robinett

Brittany Robinett says her success can be attributed to her long-term experience, local knowledge and ability to stay calm and collected with each transaction. “Of course, issues come up here and there, but there is always a solution,” she says. 

No. 8: Renee McGahan

Renee McGahan is unapologetically herself. And, based on her successful sales numbers, people are definitely drawn to her personality. “I have the gift of gab and, let me tell you, it is the most crucial part of my success,” she says. 

No. 9: Kara Rozanski and Lindsey Rude

Kara Rozanski and Lindsey Rude have worked tirelessly to cultivate strong relationships in the community through their commitment of service to their clients. Both Washington natives, the two have unique backgrounds and a wealth of experience that have yielded a dynamic duo deeply passionate about going above and beyond to help their clients find strategic solutions. 

No. 10: Dana Fitzpatrick

“I have always been a believer in the home. It is a rare product that is functional, emotional and an investment vehicle,” says Bainbridge Island broker Dana Fitzpatrick. “For many people, their home is a significant part of their investment portfolio but it carries much more symbolism. I feel honored to be part of my clients’ journeys at these critical junctures of their lives.”

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