Coldwell Banker Bain, a leading provider of real estate brokerage services throughout the Pacific Northwest, and a market leader in home sales in 2020*, has announced that Poulsbo/Silverdale-based Mike and Sandi Nelson Real Estate will join the team at Coldwell Banker Bain’s Silverdale office.
The deal combines two Kitsap-area real estate offices with some of the region’s top producing agents, while increasing Coldwell Banker Bain’s market share. Sandi Nelson will co-lead as a broker, mentor and local advisor alongside David Bastian, Principal Managing Broker of Coldwell Banker Bain of Silverdale and Gig Harbor.
“In a constant pursuit to bring the best agents to Coldwell Banker Bain, I had received repeated positive feedback from peers about Nelson and her team,” Bastian explained. “I approached Sandi about the possibility of joining forces at the Silverdale office two years ago; over the summer, galvanizing talks commenced. We are looking forward to joining forces with a remarkable group while expanding our reach in the area and continuing to grow our stellar team.”
Coldwell Banker Bain Gig Harbor and Silverdale are comprised by a combined 45 agents and staff; Nelson’s team adds 18 total people to CB Bain Silverdale. Mike and Sandi Real Estate have long provided real estate services to all areas of Kitsap County, including Poulsbo Bremerton, Silverdale, Seabeck, Keyport, Illahee, Tracyton, Kingston, Port Orchard, Manchester, Annapolis, and Bainbridge Island. The team’s service footprint extends into East Jefferson County, North Mason County, and beyond.
According to Nelson, “With the search for housing nearly at an all-time high, combining strengths with CB Bain Silverdale could not have been more fortuitous for both our team and our clients. I’m thrilled to draw fresh energy and new perspectives through this merger, and to be networked into the many resources of Coldwell Banker Bain and its offices throughout Western Washington and greater Portland.”
“We’re excited to further strengthen our services in Kitsap, East Jefferson and North Mason Counties through this merger,” said John Deely, Executive Vice President, Coldwell Banker Bain. “This thriving part of Western Washington has something for everyone: year-round recreation within the vast Olympic Peninsula, maritime activities, charming walkable communities, proximity to flagship retail and shopping, and endless rural hideaways.”