Welcome Our Latest Advertiser, John L. Scott of Burien!

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The B-Town Blog is proud to present its latest Advertiser, John L. Scott Real Estate of Burien!

Tony Hettler, owner/broker, of John L. Scott Real Estate of Burien, has recently announced some exciting changes to Burien’s John L. Scott office.

Hettler has purchased the Burien office from the corporate office of John L. Scott.  He will be moving the office, currently located at 15500 First Ave South in Burien, to Olde Burien, 930 SW 152nd Street, effective September 1, 2008.

“Being an owner of the John L. Scott Real Estate, Burien, is an opportunity that is very exciting because of my involvement in the community over the years” explains Hettler.

Hettler has volunteered his time to coach youth baseball and basketball, as well as coaching baseball at Evergreen High School from 2003-2007.

Tony Hettler is excited about moving into new offices in Olde Burien.In Burien, his associates have volunteered for the Highline Garden Tour, planted trees for Arbor Day at Seahurst Park, and sponsored many activities through Discover Burien. They have also volunteered to raise funds for Doctors without Borders, the Susan G. Komen Foundation and collect food and money for the Burien and White Center Food Banks.

In Des Moines, Hettler and/or his associates have participated in the Waterland 5K Run, the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting, Children’s Hospital fundraisers and lent their time and talents to fundraisers for the Des Moines Senior Activity Center and most recently raising money through their “Trash to Treasures” garage sale, which was donated to the Des Moines Food Bank.

“We will expand our tradition of community involvement in Burien,” states Hettler

Hettler joined John L. Scott 19 years ago as a realtor. Since that time, he purchased the John L. Scott Des Moines office in May 2006, and finalized the purchase of the Burien office in May of this year. “This is the first time that the corporate office has sold existing offices. We are now an independently owned and operated office, like other independent John L. Scott offices in the area”, said Hettler.

Hettler, as well as many of their agents, have 10+ years in this office. Mary Ann Scott has served the Burien marketplace for over 30 years exclusively with John L. Scott.

This office has been in its current location since 1987. With the smell of baking bread from Subway wafting through the office for the past 10 years, Hettler and his team are looking forward to the aroma, food and drinks of the Tin Room, The Mark and 909 restaurants in Olde Burien.  Plus, I’m sure we’ll see Tony and his 20+ office mates having a hot dog on Thursdays in the Burien Thursday Market, located right outside their door on 10th Avenue.

After moving into new digs in Des Moines (22506 Marine View Drive S., Suite 301) last summer, Hettler and the Southwest King County Chamber of Commerce will hold a formal ribbon cutting Tuesday September 9th from 4-7.  There will be refreshments and local celebrities.

And the really big event in Burien will be October 16th, with a ribbon cutting ceremony hosted by the Southwest King County Chamber that will include live music, refreshments, local celebrities, and surprises from 4-7pm.

In the meantime, you can stop by after September 1st and welcome Tony and the agents and staff of John L. Scott Real Estate, Burien to the Olde Burien neighborhood!

John L. Scott Real Estate has had an office in the Highline/Burien area since 1968. There are currently 17 agents moving to the new Olde Burien location. Hettler is pleased to announce there’s room in the new offices for up to 30 agents—and he plans to fill it to serve the Highline Community better!

So, please welcome our latest Advertiser, John L. Scott Real Estate of Burien by clicking on their Ad and checking out their offerings!

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