Olympic Glass & Building Materials

Olympic Glass Advantage for Real Estate Agents

Successful real estate agents are master jugglers. Competing priorities often require creative navigation—with steadfast control of both time and budget.

While “make-ready” work is a necessary part of preparing a listing to sell quickly and for top dollar, the process can be complicated, time-consuming, and costly. Sellers want to maximize their profits yet often resist investing cash in a house they’re about to leave—even when that expenditure will help draw the speedy and attractive offer they expect you, their agent, to produce.

When deciding what to improve and what to overlook, return on investment is key. Among the pre-listing projects that bring the most bang for the buck, replacing failed, fogged, hazy, or cracked window glass with new insulated glass units improves aesthetics while providing an energy-efficient upgrade that buyers appreciate. 

Olympic Glass is your make-ready partner. Our Olympic Advantage program for real-estate agents anticipates and accommodates the pressures that you and your clients face. We work hard to provide quotes within 24 hours, and on a case-by-case basis, accept payment from escrow. If your seller is reticent about commencing work, but you need to respond to an inspection report, we can help with that too. We’ll provide a confirmed quote; then just let us know when you’re signed around, and we’ll get to work!

Olympic Glass provides the superlative customer service you and your clients expect. We’re islanders like you, so our reputation stands behind every satisfied customer. If you’d like to know more, give us a call at 206.842.7626 to find out how we can collaborate to get your listings to market as quickly, painlessly, and efficiently as possible.

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Olympic Glass Bainbride Island earns 5 star customer reviews

“Two thumbs up. If you’re in need of honest, professional, and reliable windows and doors, look no further than Olympic Glass.”

Miranda Hersey, Bainbridge Island, WA