I have a passion for real estate. And because of what I have learned pursuing that passion as an attorney, I believe there is room for improvement in the real estate industry. That's why I started Quill Realty. Quill is more efficient than almost any other real estate firm. And Quill knows that times have changed. Sellers don't have to pay a buyer's agent in order to find a buyer anymore, thanks to the internet. So sellers pay just a 2% commission - instead of the traditional 6% or more - to sell their home.
But if you're looking only for a great attorney, I can still help. I am 100% committed to identifying, protecting, and advancing my clients' interests. And I never, ever forget that sometimes an attorney is more expensive than the solution. Where that's the case, I probably won't agree to represent you. My clients' financial interests come first, always.
Hourly ($250/hour), contingent (33-40%), Fixed (sometimes)
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Craig does an exceptional job of helping his clients navigate complex areas of real property law and real estate matters. He is professional, thorough and extremely knowledgable and he advocates very effectively for his clients, while also providing great customer service. I would not hesitate to refer my friends, family or clients to Craig.
Elizabeth Shea Corporate and incorporation Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
I highly endorse this lawyer. As a real estate attorney myself, Mr. Blackmon is one of those lawyers that other lawyers dread going up against. He is an admirable opponent, and makes the rest of us work hard to reach settle or defend against his position in court. I admire Mr. Blackmon's capabilities so much, that I actually refer clients to him when the circumstances warrant it.
Michele McNeill Litigation Attorney
Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Rising Star||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2005|
|Rising Star||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2004|
|Principal||Law Office of Craig Blackmon||2013 - Present|
|Principal||Blackmon Holmes PLLC||2005 - 2013|
|Attorney||Group Health Cooperative||2004 - 2005|
|Attorney||Kingman Peabody Pierson & Fitzharris||2000 - 2004|
|Attorney||Lee Smart Cook Martin & Patterson||1999 - 2000|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Washington State Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|King County Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|Hanks v. Grace et al.||Won and Awarded $366,000.00 to my client|
|Maloney v. Koro et ano||Won - $10,000 plus $5000 in fees and costs|
|Lawrence v. Koehler||Judgment in favor of plaintiff|
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|Seattle Metropolitan Magazine||Breaking Fee - The confounding pursuit of a flat-fee alternative to real estate commissions||2010|
|University of Washington School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1999|
|Teachers College, Columbia University||Teaching of Social Studies||MA||1992|
|Columbia University||Urban Studies||BA||1988|
|NALS of Washington||Distressed Ownership: Short Sales, Strategic Defaults, and Other Means of Solving the Problem.||2010|