More About Me

Family Team

Victoria works as a team with her mother, Trish Harrison, and her life-long best friend, Nancy Forsythe. Trish has lived in the Gig Harbor area for about 5 decades and Victoria was born and raised here where she met Nancy at the age of 5! Victoria graduated from San Diego State University and worked for several years as the Advertising Supervisor of Callaway Golf. Trish has been a top selling realtor in Gig Harbor for over 30 years. Victoria joined Trish in the family business in the year 2000 and Nancy joined them in 2004. Together they have consistently ranked among the top agents for the area. Victoria, Trish and Nancy provide excellent customer service, in-depth area knowledge and have years of experience to help guide buyers and sellers through the home buying or selling process. They have worked with many repeat clients over the years.

Specialty

Victoria, Trish and Nancy work with many types of buyers and sellers from first time home buyers, sellers wishing to downsize, people looking to build on vacant land, short sales and bank owned homes, investment properties and families in transition moving from one area to another. Their specialty is waterfront and view homes. They have been lucky have the experience of owning waterfront properties and and are very familiar with waterfront regulations. They have sold some of the most premier waterfront in Gig Harbor and the Key Peninsula and have also sold waterfront homes in King, Kitsap and Mason counties. They have also owned rental properties and are equipped to advise buyers and sellers on their potential investments.

Hobbies and Interests

During Victoria's non-working hours, you can usually find her enjoying many outdoor activities with her husband Paul, who works at Boeing. They may be kayaking or on their boat enjoying the scenery of the Puget Sound. Or she may be in her organic vegetable garden with her little flock of chickens. She also teaches an occasional cooking class and participates in a few charities, including Coalition Humane which subsidizes spaying and neutering for animals in Pierce County.
Victoria is very interested in helping to preserve the natural beauty and surroundings of the Puget Sound area and the health and vigor of the local towns. As part of that she encourages supporting local shopping in the independent stores and she buys as much of her produce and meat from micro-farms that not only practice organic farming to keep our streams and bays clean, but also provide lovely scenery in our rural area.