Whitney Mason

(206) 310-3985

  • Earned the real estate designations of CRS, ABR, GRI, SRES. Member of NAR & SKCAR. Selected as a “FIVE STAR: Best in Client Satisfaction Real Estate Agent 2020” – 14th Year Winner & Coldwell Banker’s 2007 International President’s Elite as part of the Mason Team, and previously served as a CBBain Global Luxury Property Director!
  • Northwestern University graduate, B.S. and M.S. in Journalism. Studied abroad in Brussels and Paris. University of Washington certificate program graduate in “The House as Architecture” and “Fundraising Management”. Completed “Command and Staff” at the Marine Corps University in 2005, and the Seattle Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Tomorrow 2005-2006 class.
  • After serving on active duty in the U.S. Marine Corps for 11 years, worked as an executive director for two non-profit animal shelters in Virginia and Colorado respectively. Served as editor for Magnolia Community Club’s “Milestones & Memories.” Retired from the Marine Corps Reserve in Jan 2015 after serving as a public affairs/logistics officer in support of Recruiting Station Seattle, having previously served as the Marine for Life hometown link for the Marine Corps’ Wounded Warrior Regiment . Active duty assignments included Okinawa, Japan; Parris Island, SC; Headquarters Marine Corps, Washington DC; MCAS Beaufort, SC.
  • Born and raised in Magnolia; Queen Anne High School – Class of 1980! Currently a member of Seattle Rotary and  The Association for Women In Communications Seattle. Past volunteer involvement includes  the Girl Scouts Fostering a Future program, Seattle Humane Society, & editor of the Queen Anne High School Alumni Association newsletter. Previously served on the board of directors for the Puget Sound VA Fisher House, the Pacific NW Marine Corps Support Group, the nominating committee for the board of directors for Girl Scouts Totem Council, and has been a Delta Society Pet Partner with dog, Sophie.

Having grown up in Magnolia and Queen Anne, it is great to be back and living and working here. I’ve had the opportunity to live and travel around the world, and while I have enjoyed all of my homes away from home, it is great to be back living in Seattle.

It was a pleasure to partner with my mother real estate who started her career in the 1970s.  Having joined her in 2005, we enjoyed working together.  She retired officially in 2019.  I continue our focus on working hard to meet my clients’ needs in a fast-paced real estate environment. Managing expectations, informed communication, knowing the market and community is crucial to taking care of clients – my No. 1 priority.

It is a pleasure to be assist and represent people in their property sales and purchases with a commitment to integrity, professionalism and successful results for my clients.