Broker, Residential Sales | Relocation
Specializing in Residential Real Estate and Corporate Relocations, Representing Buyers and Sellers
As a John L. Scott broker, my mission is transactional excellence and client satisfaction. That means I work tirelessly to make your home buying or selling process as efficient, stress-free and lucrative for you as possible.
Sam Mansour has been in real estate for the last 15 years. Before getting his license he worked as a sales manager for an accounting software company.
Sam specializes in single family homes and relocation buyers in the North-end, including north Seattle, Shoreline, Edmonds, Mukilteo, Lynnwood, Brier, Bothell, Mill Creek, Everett and Lake Stevens. He also works on the Eastside, serving clients in Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland and Woodinville.
Helping a client find their dream home is what Sam loves most about his job. When he talks to clients he is guided by honesty and integrity and he approaches every transaction with an open mind, giving both honest and objective advice.
Sam joined John L. Scott because he’s passionate about working for a company that is as equally focused on contributing to the community as the bottom line. He is grateful for the work that the John L. Scott Foundation does for children’s hospitals across the state and feels especially connected to the cause — his son was treated at Seattle Children’s Hospital for 10 years and he greatly admires the work of the dedicated and caring staff there. Once a year he gives back an entire commission on a transaction to a client that needs it.
In his free time Sam enjoys soccer, biking, traveling, reading, and most of all, spending time with his family.
Seattle is a fantastic city for a lot of reasons, but one of the best things about it is the natural beauty that surrounds us. Nothing beats a crystal clear day when you can see the Olympic Mountains and Mount Rainier. But even on rainy days which, yes, we do have a few of here, the views of Puget Sound and Lake Washington are breathtaking. Seattle has a rainy reputation, but our best kept secret is how spectacular our summers are. While a lot of the country is sweltering with heat and humidity, we're basking in the perfect warm days and our long summer days allow us to enjoy water sports, hiking and cycling and tending to our gardens. In the winter, skiing and snowboarding are only an hour away. People recognize Seattle by the Space Needle and Pike Place Market, but we also have a thriving arts and cultural scene, great art museums, symphony, opera, and ballet.