Energetic. Empathetic. Exceptional.
The first thing clients notice about Sue Lesher is her boundless energy and zest for life. It's no secret that she loves what she does. Sue has made her mark by connecting with each of her clients on a personal level and providing them with above-and-beyond service delivered with the highest integrity. Known for her impeccable attention to every detail, Sue inspires the utmost trust and confidence in the buyers and sellers she serves. As one client put it: "Her attention to detail is wonderful. Her knowledge is exemplary. Her service is even better."
A trusted resource with nationally recognized expertise.
Sue calls on her deep expertise in the real estate market to help her clients meet their individual goals. She has been serving clients at the Windermere North office since 2000 and is credentialed as a Certified Residential Specialist– the highest professional designation in residential real estate sales and an honor held by less than 4 percent of all agents nationwide. As a Relocation Specialist, Sue also provides relocation services for employees of major corporations that are transferring in and out of the Spokane area.
Sue's designation as a Seniors Real Estate Specialist makes her uniquely qualified to assist mature adults in finding the right home for their changing lifestyle. Her personal experience relocating her own parent from the family home to an assisted living facility makes Sue a particularly empathetic partner for adult children who are helping their parents find the right living solution. She is also available to recommend trusted resources in areas such as estate sales, moving and real estate law that can help make the transition as smooth as possible.
Committed to great relationships and a great community.
Born and raised in Spokane, Sue knows the city well and loves introducing her clients to all the region has to offer. With her caring nature and great sense of humor, it is no surprise that some of her clients have become personal friends. Sue is an energetic community supporter and has spent years donating her time and talents to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, including serving on the organization's board. She has also volunteered her time fundraising for the YMCA and the Spokane Guilds' School. In her free time, Sue enjoys exploring the city and can often be found walking through Riverside State Park with her husband Alan and their dogs Aubrey and Brook.