BELLINGHAM, WA, December 14, 2021 – 

Coherence. This is Mark Frye’s commodity, and it runs through everything he does.

Whether he’s describing his business value proposition or talking about his family, writing a contract or analyzing market share, Mark presents coherence.


$1M in commissions in six years

And, out of that coherence—in his work systems and relationships, in his big picture and attention to detail—Mark recently earned a meaningful award. For making (his first) $1 million in commissions, he entered the global RE/MAX Hall of Fame. He earned this distinction in just six years as a broker.

RE/MAX Whatcom County CFO Lisa Carlson said, “We’re thrilled to celebrate Mark’s award, which is so well-deserved.”


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BELLINGHAM, WA, November 19, 2021 – 

What is the perfect career step for someone who has owned a professional cleaning service, worked in commercial banking, and gained an exceptional reputation for staging hard-to-sell homes? Becoming a broker, of course.

Even better? Taysia Seiler (pronounced sy-ler) is joining a RE/MAX Whatcom County team she admires.

“Sommer Cronck listed our Sudden Valley home, and Amy Bowhay helped us find our current one in Bow,” Taysia said. Of course, she’s talking about wrap-around expertise and ingenuity, signatures of The Best Bellingham Homes Team (

“Buyer specialist, Amy Bowhay, showed me a lot of homes, just as the pandemic was starting,” Taysia described. “And Amy found us an…

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BELLINGHAM, WA, November 23, 2021 – 

On birthdays, most people enjoy celebratory dinners, nights out, or weekend getaways.

Lori Reece, founder and CEO of RE/MAX Whatcom County, celebrates her birthday with her signature giving-back-to-the-community style. Leading up to her November birthday, she asks for gifts—not for her, of course—but for one of her favorite causes: the Boys & Girls Clubs of Whatcom County.

And this year’s gift, to a nonprofit that helps children in our county, was significant.

Rising to the match challenge, RE/MAX Whatcom County brokers, family and friends gave $9,475. Lori, along with highly respected agents Kristi Lovick Coy and Pete Coy, matched donations (up to $5,000) for a total $19,475 gift to the local Boys &…

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