Kristine Losh, Your Local Real Estate Expert
Kristine Losh

About Kristine Losh

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Kristine Losh was born and raised in the heart of Seattle. After receiving her bachelor’s in psychology from Western Washington University in Bellingham, she moved back to Seattle to work for the University of Washington Medical Center’s Information Technology department and then later for Deloitte Consulting where she traveled the country consulting for a major health care organization to streamline their business processes. Kristine is a licensed broker with Ewing & Clark, Inc., an accredited stager, and is known for her excellence in client service, attention to detail, and her professional and ethical style. Since joining Ewing & Clark in 2005, Kristine has been involved in over 100 transactions including luxury homes on Lake Washington, bungalows in Mount Baker, condos on Beacon Hill, mansions on Capitol Hill, and poolside homes in Bellevue. In addition to residential sales, Kristine assists her clients with luxury rentals. So, if you are looking for a rental in Seattle or a home for sale in Madrona, Mount Baker, or Mercer Island, Kristine is willing to go the extra mile to find your perfect home.

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address4108 E. Madison Street
Seattle, WA 98121
state license #85310

Company Info

Ewing & Clark, Inc.
4108 E Madison St
Seattle, WA 98112


5Carson Barnett

Kristine was very professional and wonderful in every way. We would definitely choose her to represent us again on the purchase or sale of another home.


We worked with Kristine in October of 2010. Kristine is a very knowledgeable agent who listen’s to her client’s needs, wishes, must have(s), can’t live without(s) and could take it or leave it(s) and then scouts out the best options on the market for you and… (more)


We were new transplants to Seattle when we first met with Kristine, and at the beginning we weren’t really sure what we were looking for. She was always very open to our suggestions, and made great recommendations for neighborhoods to look at. She patiently… (more)

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