Marc Roseman

Born in Montreal, Marc has lived in Los Angeles, and New York and now calls Seattle Home. Armed with degrees from McGill University in Montreal and the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan, Marc worked as a sales and marketing executive in the Fashion Industry (Quiksilver, Alpinestars) During his career Marc spent several weeks a year in Seattle for business and fell in love with the city knowing that one day he would move here. When the opportunity to move to Seattle came up, it was an easy choice.
From the first contact through closing and beyond, Marc partners with clients as their real estate advocate. Understanding the complex nuances of accurate pricing, positioning, marketing and negotiating, he is fully aware of their needs and concerns. His real estate clients have come to rely on his dedication to meeting their needs and goals.  Marc spent two years working for the Corcoran Real Estate in Manhattan.  When he moved to Seattle and chose to become a real estate broker in this market, Coldwell Banker Bain was the natural option. A leader in the greater Seattle/Puget Sound real estate market, Coldwell Banker Bain provides him with national and international exposure, and the most advanced technological tools and resources. Marc is a member of Coldwell Banker Bain’s International Sterling Society and is a member of NAR. He also enjoys a reputation of having the highest ethical standards.  He serves as a member of the Seattle King County Realtor Ethics & Grievance Committee.  He prides himself on unparalleled service and unmatched professionalism.

Marc has three children who live in Manhattan, Charleston, and San Diego. He loves the outdoors. His hobbies include photography, sketching, gardening, skiing, paddle boarding and hiking. 
Marc volunteers weekly at the Seattle Union Gospel Mission Search and Rescue.

The "Marc" of Excellence! 25/8 (25 hours a day, 8 days a week). I am always available and at your service, which is essential for a seamless and successful real estate transaction.”