My Story


Sue Eller and Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty are a natural match. A residential real estate expert for nearly 15 years, Sue’s clients value her attention to detail, in-depth market knowledge and impeccable client service.  Representing Washington State buyers and sellers in and around the Olympic Peninsula, Sue understands and appreciates the many unique benefits of life on the peninsula with its unmatched beauty, serenity and independent spirit. 

Growing up in Washington State, Sue’s roots are deeply embedded in the Pacific Northwest, but her creativity and passion for music led her to Berklee College of Music in Boston where she graduated Magna Cum Laude in just 3 years. She then relocated to Los Angeles where she spent over twenty years as a music editor, honing her ability to exceed standards under tight deadlines with the utmost accuracy in the fast-paced and highly competitive world of network television.

In 2006, Sue’s love of homes and working with people led her to a new career in real estate. Taking the time to learn every facet of her craft, she flourished during the most trying real estate market in modern times, becoming a top-producer and winning numerous client service awards. In 2014, Sue returned full circle, to her roots in the Pacific Northwest and in a very short time has become known as the luxury real estate broker on the Olympic Peninsula. 

Returning home has also reconnected Sue with the natural world, becoming impetus for her self-taught artistic expression in the medium of Assemblage Art. She is currently a Showcase Artist in Port Townsend, WA at the Northwind Arts Center and several of her sculptures have also been exhibited in juried art shows all along the West Coast. Learn more about her artistic side at www.suzanneellerart.com.  As an artist and a Realtor, Sue is mindful of how ‘home’ is an integral part of each persons’ journey to self-expression and that knowledge helps her guide her clients to what’s important to them in a home. 

Sue knows buying or selling a home is a major decision and she strives to be the type of agent that she herself would want to work with.  Her three guiding principles have never wavered: Be Genuine, Work Hard and Follow the “Golden Rule.”