Real estate is our passion, we take great pride in our work and ability to make your home buying or selling experience a positive one!
Our motto is Real Estate with You in Mind, Always!
We look forward to the opportunity to help you. So, let’s get started.
SaraBeth attended Western Washington University where she earned a Bachelor's degree in Communication. She spent a year abroad in England at the University of Hull where she obtained her minor in Anthropology.
SaraBeth started her career in apartment and property management in North Puget Sound region. She moved into a career as a Real Estate Broker after buying her first home and has never looked back. She now lives in Burlington with her husband and two cats.
She obtained her Managing Brokers license in 2015 and started The Owens Group at Semanko Realty in 2016. Her team at The Owens Group include, Bryce Owens -Skagit County Specialist and
Heather Shea Sampson -Executive Assistant.
Organizations and groups SaraBeth is a member of include: WYPS- (Whatcom Young Professionals), NPSAR (North Puget Sound Association of Realtors), WCAR (Whatcom County Association of Realtors) and The Whatcom Wind Ensemble.
Real estate is SaraBeth’s passion, she takes great pride in her work and ability to make your home buying or selling experience a positive one! Her groups motto is Real Estate with You in Mind, Always!
SaraBeth and her team members of The Owens Group look forward to the opportunity to help you.
Three words that you will find as a common thread when working with SaraBeth and The Owens Group are: Educate – Communicate – Negotiate.
2017 Silver Award of Excellence- NPSAR
NPSAR- North Puget Sound Association of Realtors
WCAR- Whatcom County Association of Realtors
CNE- Certified Negotiation Expert
Awards, Memberships & Designations
Real estate, traveling, playing clarinet in the Whatcom Wind Ensemble (a local semi-pro performance group), wine tasting at local wineries, horseback riding, swimming, fishing, archery hunting, cooking and spending time with her husband and 2 cats!