Coldwell Banker Bain hires new principal managing broker

Coldwell Banker Bain, which provides real estate brokerage services throughout the Pacific Northwest, recently announced that Jim Kallerson has been named principal managing broker of its Kirkland office.

Kallerson most recently served as the assistant managing broker of the office, which was a title he held from 2009 until this year. Since joining Coldwell Banker Bain in 2000, he also served as assistant principal managing broker for its Lake Union office.

During his tenure at CB Bain of Kirkland, Kallerson maintained a sales production level of Diamond Club, and mentored many of the newer brokers who joined the office.

“We are excited that Jim is taking on this role in such an extremely active market,” Barb Hindle, CB Bain’s chief revenue officer, said in a press release. “I am confident he will continue the office’s legacy of providing the best possible client service.”

“My new position is coming at an exciting time as Coldwell Banker Bain of Kirkland is moving to a new location closer to downtown Kirkland next to the new Kirkland Urban project,” Kallerson said in a press release. “We plan on continually making the Coldwell Banker Bain of Kirkland office the premier place to work at on the Eastside as a real estate broker.”




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