Serving Greater Seattle and North King County
Doug Holman

About Doug Holman

Associate Broker

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Since 1991 my aim has been to earn the trust of buyers and sellers one transaction at a time. Many of those early clients have returned to me with their real estate needs multiple times, buying and selling and buying and selling again. Over the last 20 years I’ve found that most home buyers and sellers want just a few simple things….

a) Listen to me and hear what I am saying
b) Give me objective advice
c) Instill me with confidence that you are steadfastly pursuing my best interests

This what I strive to do, day in day out. But don’t take my word for it! Read my Zillow reviews for a better understanding of what I can do for you.

2012: 8.8 million in sales
2013: 13.8 million in sales
2014: 11.1 million in sales to date

Contact Me

address7500 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115
state license #42453

Company Info

Real Property Associates
7500 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115

Designations & Awards

5-Star Zillow Premier Agent, achieving a 5 star status based on reviews from past clients.

2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 winner of Seattle Magazine’s FIVE STAR – Best in Client Satisfaction Award. It’s an award given to only 7% of licensed agents in the Seattle area, as determined by independent research firm Crescendo Business Services.



I happened to meet Doug Holman by happenstance when I stopped by an open house for a townhome in the Greenlake area. Not a fan of most salespeople I’ve encountered, real estate or other, I was extremely impressed by Doug’s demeanor. He immediately came off… (more)

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I did not know Doug Holman before I enlisted his services as my Real Estate Agent. He was highly recommended to me by a friend. I was very impressed with Doug from the opening moments of our working together relationship to the very end. My purchase had… (more)


Doug Holman did an excellent job in representing me in my recent purchase of a Bellevue home. Doug identified the property and helped me negotiate a great purchase price. This was extremely difficult because the house was a bank owned foreclosure property. … (more)

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