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Rhonda Olnick


'If you don't ask, the answer's no.' Rooted in the Pacific Northwest - Rhonda's roots run deep through the Olympia community and the Pacific Northwest. She spent her childhood near the Boston Harbor area and graduated from Olympia High School. After high school she moved to Southern California where she worked for various law firms as a paralegal/legal secretary. Her favorite area of law was land use and construction defect which ultimately led her to obtain a real estate license. Experience matters – Rhonda is one of the current managing brokers at Olympic Sotheby’s Int’l Realty and has spent the past 21+ years representing buyers and sellers in Thurston, Mason, Lewis, Pierce, King and Grays Harbor counties. From first time buyers to clients moving up or helping an estate sell their precious family home. Rhonda provides the same level of service to all her clients. She is most proud of her communication skills and always being available to answer her clients' questions. She works hard, seven days a week sometimes, just to ensure success for her clients. When you work with Rhonda, you will communicate directly with her throughout your entire transaction. Rhonda has owned and renovated several homes including rentals and a commercial building throughout the area. She's always happy to share the pitfalls and success of home ownership with her clients. She truly believes that real estate is one of the best ways to make money and the American dream. Giving back - Rhonda is proud volunteer with Animal Services of Thurston County where she has worked as a volunteer fostering kittens and most recently as a lobby greeter at Joint Animals Services. Over the years Rhonda has also volunteered delivering meals on wheels with Senior Services. Most recently when the Covid stay home orders were issued, Rhonda traveled to Lewis County to help the Senior Services and the United Way to deliver meals to seniors who were home bound. Rhonda is a huge believer in outdoor spaces for all to enjoy. She volunteered on the small board 'Friends of LBA Woods' who fought hard to save the LBA Woods from being developed into 800 homes. The group convinced the City of Olympia to purchase 150 acres to preserve for open space. Ultimately, this group went on to successfully pass the City of Olympia's first metropolitan parks district. Having Fun – When Rhonda isn’t working, you’ll find her beach combing in Westport, skiing at White Pass or tending to her garden. She also loves to travel, gourmet cooking and orange cats – meow!
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