John Viacava joins Real Living Northwest Realtors in Bothell

  • Wednesday, February 15, 2017 1:52pm
  • Business

Real Living Northwest Realtors (RLNW) has announced that John Viacava joined their brokerage as a Commercial Real Estate Broker.

“Real Living Northwest Realtors has a reputation for providing quality real estate services and I’m honored to be a part of the company,” Viacava said. “I look forward to the opportunities of growing my business with such an exceptional group of real estate professionals.”

Viacava specializes in providing commercial real estate services in the Seattle and surrounding areas. The Real Living NW office is located at 18422 103rd Ave NE in Bothell.

“We are overjoyed to be welcoming John Viacava to our team of brokers at Real Living Northwest Realtors. Viacava’s specialty in Commercial Real Estate will add yet another great attribute to our growing company,” said Stephanie McCarthy, Broker/Owner of RLNW.

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