John L. Scott Real Estate - Tom Lowe


Tom began his career as an International TV Commercial Producer. He advanced brand identities to a global audience using highly targeted marketing campaigns that adhered to strict guidelines. As a freelance producer in the high-stress atmosphere of Television, Tom produced award-winning commercials with diverse directors, writers, cameramen, art departments, and agency personalities. His excellent negotiation and communication skills made him successful in over fourteen countries on six continents. 

Today, as a real estate specialist, Tom brings his vast communication skills and talent to a wide variety of clients. A skilled negotiator and consultant, Tom is an acknowledged, intuitive, and conscientious advocate for both sides of the property transaction. 

Tom’s reputation as a broker who listens to his client’s needs and wants assures a positive experience and successful transaction for both buyers and sellers. His ability to match clients with the right property or market situation consistently facilitates positive outcomes for the people he serves across the state of Washington. 

Your family's needs are Tom's priority. Proved in numerous transactions, his dedicated support, skills in negotiation, and exceptional responsiveness will assure an efficient and honest sale or purchase of your home.

Tom lives with his wife in Historic North Tacoma. Their favorite evenings are spent walking on 6th Avenue where new and familiar restaurants provide the opportunity to socialize with the local community. They have always been dedicated fans of museums, and Downtown Tacoma hosts some of the most exciting in the Northwest. A great barbecue chef and avid runner, Tom can be found running in one of the Pacific Northwest's many road races  or smoking his favorites meats in the backyard.

Tom looks forward to being your real estate specialist.


3929 Bridgeport Way W #206
University Place, Washington 98466
United States

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