Kristian Joins EXIT Realty

Kristian Sharratt has always wanted to help others, and her kindness is felt by those around her. She not only can help you find your dream home, but she wants to listen to what you have to say and get to know you.

WSU drew Kristian to Washington state, where she completed a B.S. in psychology. Her degree has allowed her to better understand the people she encounters, which enhances the experience of her clients. Over the years, she has spent hours volunteering for different organizations, allowing her to finetune her time management and leadership skills. Prior to moving to Washington, Kristian spent most of her life in Arizona, which has allowed her to truly appreciate the lush scenery and natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest.

She has lived in the PNW now for 12 years and has made it her home. She is married with two boys, and is excited to help others discover how perfect the Deer Park area is for raising a family. The ambience, slower rhythm, and natural beauty is what attracted her and her family to move from the west side of Washington state. Kristian and her family often explore the great outdoors. They like to go hiking, fishing, and camping. Kristian can also be found running, reading new books, gardening, and trying out new recipes in her kitchen.

Kristian has been through the process of buying and selling her own home, as well as recently developing land and building a home in Springdale. She understands the uncertainty, questions, and many issues that can arise during the process. Therefore, when she works with clients, she dedicates herself to their needs to ensure that their process is as smooth as possible. As a realtor, Kristian Sharratt believes in transparency, and will reach out to walk clients through the process every step of the way. She knows that buying or selling real estate is a time-consuming process, and will work to ensure it does not consume your mind. She steps in to educate clients so they can relax.

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