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Meet the Beth Traverso Group

At Beth Traverso Group, we understand that when you are ready to buy or sell a home, you are ready to start the next chapter of your life. As locals, we have specific industry knowledge and years of experience to help you get where you want to be.

Beth Traverso, a 20+ year veteran of the real estate industry, is among the top 1% of real estate brokers in the greater Seattle area. Specializing in the towns and cities in the greater Seattle and Eastside areas, with a special focus on the Snoqualmie Valley, our team members are experts in the places we serve. Our full-time assistant ensures that no detail is overlooked. Having a strong support staff empowers our agents to do what they love most: serve our clients.

We are proud to offer concierge-level service. Our team looks forward to serving you and helping you find a clear path forward whether you are buying or selling a home, acreage property or investment property.

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Located along the Snoqualmie River in Western Washington. The Snoqualmie River Valley, situated between Seattle and the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, is steeped in heritage, rugged and pastoral beauty, arts, and culture in spite of its proximity to urban areas, the Snoqualmie Valley is still 96% rural. The Snoqualmie Valley includes the towns of Duvall, Carnation, Fall City, Snoqualmie, and North Bend. Each year the Snoqualmie Valley gets 1.5 million visitors to come out and breath in the Pacific North West Air. A great place for outdoor activities including hiking, mountain biking and rock climbing.


Issaquah- Less than a 30-minute drive west of Seattle sits the suburb of Issaquah. Surrounded by three large mountains near the tip of Lake Sammamish, the suburb offers plenty of family-friendly excursions by the lake or by trail. For the best hiking trails visit Cougar, Squak, and Tiger Mountains.

Fall City,

With a population of around 5,000 Fall City actually an unincorporated rural town in King County. Located on the banks of the Snoqualmie and Raging Rivers. Just 26 miles east of Seattle, the community lies along the Snoqualmie River nestled in the Cascade foothills. The rivers are vital for the community. They bring thousands of visitors to town during the summer and fall months to float in the river and play along with the rocky shorelines.

North Bend,

North Bend is a city in King County, Washington, on the outskirts of the Seattle’s metropolitan area. North Bend features an impressive array of hiking and bicycling trails and paths, including the most famous and popular hike in Washington State, the Mount Si Trail, a strenuous 8-mile roundtrip hike with an elevation gain of over 4,000 feet.


Halfway between Seattle and Snoqualmie Pass, it is a charming small town set amidst remarkable beauty. This city is home to the Northwest Railway Museum and the PSE Hydroelectric Museum for indoor fun when the weather isn’t cooperating. With more than 35 miles of trails, residents and visitors can venture the area’s natural beauty and ample wildlife. Most trails are open for walking, hiking, biking, and horseback riding.


This tiny but charming city of 2,155 is full of activities. The historic downtown is home to unique shops and restaurant. Nestled in by the Cascade foothills and located at the intersection of the Tolt and Snoqualmie Rivers, Carnation is in one of the most productive agricultural regions in the Northwest. If Camping, hiking, biking, and fishing, is what you’re looking for, then look no further.


T his city sits on the east side of the seven-mile-long Lake Sammamish and wasn’t incorporated until 1999. You can visit the Sammamish Commons, known for being a community hub, which hosts farmer’s markets, outdoor concerts, and a Shakespeare theater. Beaver Lake Park is 83 acres of land filled with Barbecue Grills, Picnic Shelter, Play Grounds and, walking trails.


Known for being “Small Town” with “Real Life”, Duvall is home to Cherry Valley, 386 acres of forest & grasslands with numerous man-made ponds is home to pheasants & waterfowl. Also, home of the Cherry Valley Winery for adults looking for some more grown-up fun. * $10.00 tasting fee, waived with the purchase of a bottle of wine.

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As a first-time home buyer, I was expecting the process to be extremely confusing and stressful. But I am happy to say that Beth made the experience very streamlined, clear, and she was with me every step of the way. She and her team were always quick to respond to questions and...


We had a great experience with Beth. She dealt professionally with us during the entire process. We had some real difficulties with the buyers and she navigated that well.


We would highly recommend Chris Weaver! He was honest and did not pressure us in any way. He gave us very thorough information about the houses he showed us including the history of the house and other detailed information which was very helpful! He was readily available to me...

Diana B

We felt very fortunate to have found an agent like Joey. His honesty and integrity completely impressed us. I especially appreciated each time he told us that he did not think a house "fit" us. Ultimately, Joey helped us to find a house that fit our family, our needs and also m...


My family and I were lucky to have Beth as our real estate professional for our recent home purchase. Beth and her team helped us find a home that is perfect for our family. It was a last minute decision for our family to move and we did not know the area very well. Our goal wa...


I have dealt with few realtors that truly understand how much work it takes to sell a house. In a hot market any one that gets a license can sell houses. The problem is who sells the tough houses in any market? Those are the professional realtors and brokers. Beth and her tea...


Beth is an awesome Realtor and I highly recommend her services! We started with another Realtor who did not meet our needs and we were very disappointed and quite sad since we missed 2 months of activity. Then we found Beth and wished we had found her earlier!! She was very knowl...

Rebecca Bear

Beth and Joey were super supportive of my process while also directing me to the right kind of properties. Beth brought Joey in to support me when the House I ultimately purchased was her listing. He did a great job coaching me through my first solo home purchase.


She helped us look throughout the Snoqualmie Valley and also on the Peninsula. Kelly availed herself to our needs and was patient with us with schedule changes and last-minute showings. She kept in close contact with the other agent to move the sale along smoothly.

Rishabh Shukla

Kelly has helped us throughout the process of house hunting and has always been proactive in answering all questions and getting all the issues resolved. It was a delightful experience working with her.

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Tips for First-Time Homebuyers

Most homebuyers start the process anxious, excited, nervous, and some are downright terrified. It’s natural. A home is the largest and most expensive purchase that most people will make in a lifetime. It can either turn out to be a complete financial disaster or a smart long-term investment. The person standing between it being a huge financial mistake or a valuable asset is you, the agent. Still, the agent can only help as much as the buyer allows. As vital as having an experienced agent by their side is, there are things that first-time homebuyers have to do. Here is a list of tips to help first-time homebuyers help you the agent do the best job that you can do.

Signs that Now is the Time to Sell Your Home

There are many reasons why it may be time to sell your home. You may need more space to make room for a growing family or you need to downsize after your kids leave the nest. Whatever your motivations, you want to make sure that you’re timing it right. If you sell when home prices are plummeting, you may end up losing on the deal. If you sell when home prices are highest, there may not be a lot of buyers looking to move. So how do you know when it’s a good time to sell? A qualified agent can help you determine if the market puts you in a good place or not. But for your own personal situation,

Remodeling Projects That Will Boost Your Home's Value

There are two ways to think about remodeling projects that will boost your home’s value; you can get one or two major remodels done or opt for a bunch of small fixes. Depending on your budget and your timetable, one approach may be better for you than the other. For instance, if you have an unfinished basement, maybe your dream when you first moved into your home was to refinish it. It never happened. But now that you are thinking about selling your home, you feel that a prospective buyer would really appreciate a full finished basement. Is that the remodeling project that you should do before selling? On the other hand, you want to spend as little as possible

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Note: This property is not currently for sale or for rent. The description below may be from a previous listing. Charming, move in ready condo in desirable Molasses Creek. Tall ceilings greet you to this open & sunny unit. Carpet & flooring newly replaced. Relax on west facing deck overlooking manicured grounds. Kitchen features white cabinetry, ample counter space, & walk-in pantry. Large bedroom w/walk-in closet. Cozy gas fp. Dues include W/S/G. Clubhouse, outdoor pool, hot tub, & exercise room. Storage off deck. Conveniently located minutes to 405, Cedar River Trail, & The Landing. Welcome home!