A true advocate for his clients, Grant Burton consistently garners stellar sales results with his strong work ethic, experienced negotiation skills and his commitment of honesty and integrity. Grant prides himself on his reputation of stellar service and strong client referrals. From the first handshake, he establishes caring relationships with his clients, listening to needs, understanding motivations, and working tirelessly to help them reach—and often exceed—their real estate goals. Grant has been a consistent top-producer throughout his career, assisting over 30 buyers and sellers every year in achieving their home purchasing dreams. In today's challenging market conditions, Grant's advocacy for his clients and strong negotiation skills have resulted in winning bids in even the most competitive situations.
Prior to entering the industry, Grant completed his undergraduate studies in Business Administration and Marketing at Seattle University's prestigious Albers School of Business. He went on to manage an elite members-only club in New York City, where he established his impeccable standard of client care, produced private events, managed and directed staff, and served as client liaison. The skill set acquired during his collegiate years and time in New York has served as the foundation for Grant's success as a residential real estate agent today.
Given his dedication to the extraordinary, Grant's alignment with Realogics Sotheby's International Realty was a natural progression in his real estate career. He values the firm's commitment to unrivaled marketing, it's trusted brand name, diverse industry expertise and the white glove service approach for all property types and price points—as everyone deserves the exceptional. Grant's experience on the East Coast means he values the power of a brand that spans not just around the corner, but around the world. Grant specializes in Seattle's most coveted enclaves, including Capitol Hill, Madison Park, Queen Anne, Downtown, Seward Park, and the Central District.
Grant spent his formative years near Sacramento, California before moving to Bellingham, Washington to complete high school. He then moved to Seattle for a decade and after trying New York for a handful of years, he returned to the Emerald City. He's now a Capitol Hill resident who enjoys playing live music, tennis, snowboarding and running.