Each home, neighborhood, park, retail space, and walking path in Seabrook has been carefully planned to create an environment that makes it easy and safe to connect with the town and the nature that surrounds it.
When you become a Seabrook homeowner, it’s not only a wise financial decision, it’s being a part of sharing time and memories in the most beautiful location on the Washington Coast.
Browse the information below to learn more about our agents, professionally managed Seabrook Hospitality vacation rentals program, frequently asked questions, webinars, and more. If you have any additional questions, we can be reached via the form below or at email@example.com or (360)-276-0099, 7 days a week.
MEET OUR BUYER’S BROKERS
Our on-site real estate team consists of buyer’s brokers dedicated to providing a seamless buying experience from start to finish. Whether clients are interested in new construction homes, oceanfront lots, or a resale home, our agents are there every step of the way offering efficient, friendly, and professional service.
Designated Broker & Buyer’s Broker | Holly has been a part of Seabrook since the town was founded in 2004 as both a homeowner and broker. In her position as designated broker, she assists clients while providing valuable insight, openness, and proficiency throughout their buying or selling experience in Washington’s Beach Town.
Buyer’s Broker | Megan prioritizes taking time with each client to understand what makes their perfect Seabrook beach home. She strives to provide a hassle-free home search and purchase, helping her clients navigate any challenges that may arise along the way.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Can I turn my home into a vacation rental?
Yes! More than half the homes in Seabrook are already available as vacation rentals. Seabrook has a professional property management company on-site 24/7, making sure guests enjoy their stay every step of the way. To ensure the highest quality of service…
What is the cash requirement when signing a contract?
We require 15% non-refundable earnest money, based on the full purchase price of the home, at the time of mutual acceptance of the Purchase and Sale Agreement (PSA)…