By Ashlee Walston
Bellingham, WA – January 2023
A talented Rugby player, new father, second generation Realtor and now a RE/MAX Hall of Famer. Spencer Flannery exudes confidence and rightfully so. Working tirelessly to take over the family business, which began with his father Mike Flannery, back in 2006. Spencer has spent the last six years soaking up all the knowledge and experience he could, leading him to find immense success helping his clients purchase residential, vacant land, and commercial properties.
The RE/MAX Hall of Fame award is given only to realtors who have earned a minimum of one million dollars in commissions. As you can imagine, that is no small feat in only six years. To earn such a title the groundwork must be laid… hours in the office, numerous calls being made, and no fear in hitting the pavement running, this is the Spencer we know and admire.
From Mike Flannery, “I am so proud of the attributes that made this milestone achievement possible for Spence. His determination to do things the right way and his commitment to his customer’s satisfaction guarantees his success. Not to mention he’s not afraid of a little hard work. What’s exciting is that he’s just getting started. Congratulations Spencer.”
Mike said it best and we know his clients agree. Spencer has hit the first of many awards he will have in his career, and we are honored to be able to support and follow him through this chapter and every future one. Congratulations Spencer!
Thirty years ago, a local girl (Sehome High School, Washington State University, and Western Washington University grad) launched a small start-up with a big dream. Little did RE/MAX Whatcom County founder and CEO Lori Reece know that her company would become not only the most successful brokerage but also respected nationally and across industries. Her team, 90+ sought-after professionals, leads by serving thousands of clients and building market share. Learn, collaborate, be kind. When you’re doing all that—together—you know you’re in RE/MAX Whatcom County, the house that Lori built.