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Mindy Hibbard Real Estate Team

Managing Broker

Your Home, Your Future, Our Commitment

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Our Company History

John L. Scott was founded in 1931 in the heart of downtown Seattle. From the beginning, we have been committed to raising the bar on ethics and standards in real estate. While we are the oldest local company in the Northwest, we’ve maintained our position as an industry leader by embracing innovations in technology, anticipating industry trends, and keeping a pioneering start-up mentality.


Our Mission

The John L. Scott Foundation was founded in 1997 in honor of John L. Scott, a philanthropist and community activist who believed in the value of giving back. The John L. Scott Foundation is supported by the generous donations and volunteer efforts of our sales associates and employees. These voluntary contributions enable the John L. Scott Foundation to help sponsor events that help raise millions of dollars for children’s hospitals throughout the Pacific Northwest. Our mission is to help kids stay healthy and at home.


July 2020 Housing Update

"The housing market in Snohomish County is already piping hot, with sales activity intensity higher than it was the same time last year! Homes priced up to $1 million are virtually sold out, with sales activity intensity ranging from frenzy to extreme frenzy. 96 percent of sales activity takes place in this range." "The Eastside is already piping hot, with sales activity intensity higher than it was the same time last year! Homes priced up to $1.5 million are virtually sold out, with sales activity intensity ranging from surge to extreme frenzy. 87 percent of sales activity takes place in this range. Though overall unsold inventory is down 37 percent compared to the same time last year, we’re seeing new listings making a comeback – a welcome sight for buyers." "Seattle is already piping hot, with sales activity intensity higher than it was the same time last year! Homes priced up to $1.5 million are virtually sold out, with sales activity intensity ranging from surge to frenzy. 93 percent of sales activity takes place in this range. Though overall unsold inventory is down 48 percent compared to the same time last year, we’re seeing new listings making a comeback – a welcome sight for buyers."