Tyler Freed is Windermere Bonney Lake’s new branch manager

Freed specializes in new home sales and listings, a primary focus for the Bonney Lake office, which houses Windermere Builder Services South.

The Bonney Lake office of  Windermere Real Estate has promoted Tyler Freed to branch manager, according to an announcement released yesterday. Freed has spent the last six years serving the office as assistant manager, honing his leadership skills as a trainer and presenter while establishing a reputation for taking care of his clients.

Freed specializes in new home sales and listings, a primary focus for the Bonney Lake office, which houses Windermere Builder Services South. Freed also has expertise in  search engine optimization and Google, as well as blogging and Facebook marketing.

Previous to his career in real estate, Tyler attended Washington State University on a rugby scholarship, where he graduated in 2005 with a degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Management and Marketing. Tyler is a past vice-president of the Bonney Lake Lions Club and currently serves as the coach for the Rainier Highlanders rugby team, as well as assisting programs at the Bonney Lake Senior Center.

Tyler Freed can be reached at Windermere’s Bonney Lake office located at 18008 State Route 410 East, Suite A in Bonney Lake. The telephone number is 253-883-0400.

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