Testimony Tuesday!

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At the Johnson Team we love to receive feedback from our clients.

We just received this great review of Rich Johnson. Way to go Rich! Rich Testimonial

Feedback from a Client!

We are so lucky to have some of the best clients around. Our clients help us to be the best real estate team we can be. Thank you to all of you who take the time to leave us feedback and reviews. You are appreciated!


Johnson Team Moving Truck Helps Local Non-Profit House 2 Home Network

Have you seen the Johnson Team Real Estate​ moving truck around town?

Local non-profit Home 2 Home Network sent us this great shot of Lynden Christian High School students doing their best Johnson Team impression. The students and House 2 Home Network were able to deliver 20+ items of furniture to 7 different households.

Remember, the Johnson Team Real Estate’s moving truck is available FREE to local non-profits and our clients!

Johnson Team Moving Truck Helps Spark Museum in Bellingham

Scrap Metal BellinghamHad to share this photo and message from client Pat Goff.  The van he references is The Johnson Team moving truck. 

The van was just the right size to haul the scrap metal to the recyclers in
one trip.
I raised $5600.00 for the Spark Museum from the scrap I collected from my
radio antenna replacement project at work.

The “Spark Museum”, in case you didn’t know, is the new name for the former American Museum of Radio and Electricity, located at 1312 Bay St.  If you haven’t ever visited them, you have missed a real treat.  It is full of fascinating, interactive displays – great for kids as well as adults  – and even houses a radio station.   

Remember The Johnson Team Moving Truck is available FREE to local community non profit organizations and our clients. To schedule the truck call (360) 303-2734

Bellingham Lion's Club – Al Boe Lions Wheelchair Warehouse

Bellingham Lions Club Wheel Chair Program

The Johnson Team’s Truck is Again used by Community

The Bellingham Lions Club has used The Johnson Team’s truck for years at the Lynden Fair to pransport it’s fleet of wheel chairs from the Al Boe Lions Wheelchair Warehouse to the Lynden Fairgrounds.  The Lions Club will be providing Lynden Fair Attendees with access to wheel chairs again this year.  If you know a Lion Member, you’ll want to be sure to thank them for this valuable community service.

The Bellingham Lions Club uses The Johnson Team Truck

Lions Club Resize

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If your community event could use the our  truck, give us a call.  You can access information   on-line about it’s use at The Johnson Team Moving Truck

Crumbs for Africa

“The Johnson Team’s Truck is Again Used by the Community”
“Funds ase Raised to support “Crumbs for Africa”

We got the privilege of borrowing Rich’s wonderful moving van to help with a sale called “Crumbs for Africa”.  A dear friend of mine passed away, and her family gave us permission to use the estate to raise funds to support ministry in Africa that I (Janice) have been involved with.  So we needed to move the things from the home and put it at a location where it could be sold.  We’ll be having this sale Jan 28,29 and 30th


After going to Africa in 2007 and 2008, I cannot get the people and the ministries I worked with out of my mind.  The people are so dear and so precious, and their needs are so great.  The concept in my mind was that with the things that we no longer are using over here in our society, others could be cared for with basic needs.  Just like God takes care of the birds, by our crumbs He also takes care of people in the same way.  I have been provided for by crumbs too, and so in the same way, would like to be a facilitator to get help to other people who are in desperate need.  There are many people who are working behind the scenes to bring this about. 

 Thanks Rich, for being a big part of getting help to people in need.  We sure do appreciate that big beautiful moving van.  Thanks for lending it to us!  God bless you.

Janice Bigelow
Ken Bigelow
Jane Bosman
Mary Ann Young
Anna Clancy
Kristy Clark

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Giving Thanks!

As 2009 rolls to a close, we would like to thank all of our amazing clients, fellow real estate agents and vendors for making this year so great. While we are thanking those who helped us have a successful year, we are receiving some thank you notes from our clients as well. Below are two client notes that I would like to share. The first is from some wonderful clients of Lylene Johnson.

“Thank you for all the wonderful work you did selling our house. It was just as you said, “If it’s priced right, it will sell fast,”

We thoroughly appreciated your professionalism, organization and promptness in everything you did as well as making it fun! Thanks also for the use of your truck, it’s such a great asset…

Nan & Tom

The following is a thank you received from the Whatcom Volunteer Center in regards to their use of The Johnson Team moving truck (which is available free to our clients and non profit organizations within Bellingham and Whatcom County).

“Thank you so much for the use of your truck last Friday! It was so nice to have, especially with all the heavy rain. One quick load kept the warm clothes dry and protected. We hauled 2,500 hats, scarves, blankets and gloves.”

Whatcom Volunteer Center

Thank you again to our clients and our local non profits for making 2009 such a special year!

Client Testimonial for The Johnson Team

It’s always nice when a client takes the time to thank us for what we do. The Cady Family has asked that we share their letter.

October 23, 2009

Dear Rich,

We would like to express our gratitude for all the extraordinary effort you have put in to the sale of our home in Bellingham. As I cleaned out old emails, I saw that we began correspondence back in early March. From our first inquiry regarding property values, and how to proceed, we felt guided and supported. The process of relinquishing what you know will be your last independent home, is not an easy process. It was made much easier by the sense of trust we felt in you, and our observation of your ethics at each juncture along the way. I recall you talking about your own parents, and those of your wife, and allowing them the dignity their years deserved. Your dealings with our dad were so considerate and respectful. He never felt pushed. He never felt “railroaded.” He never felt he represented just a financial gain for his realtor.

The seven hour distance from Bellingham and health issues, made clearing out the house an overwhelming prospect. You offered not only good resources, but considerable extra help in providing access to those who carried out the estate sale, etc. Final touches, such as having someone in to vacuum were an added kindness that we truly appreciated.

In the complexities of the three offers that were presented within the first week of the listing, you were diligent in guiding us through. The final sale went through without a hitch, and removed an enormous stress load on all of us.

In a time when true service and customer relations seems rare, we feel so fortunate to have had this experience with you.

Thank you,

Rick and Marilyn Cady

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Bellingham Boy Scout Works on his Eagle Scout Project

Bellingham Boy Scouts Work on Eagle Project

Bellingham Boy Scouts work on Eagle Project

Bellingham Boy Scouts work on Eagle Project

Dear Mr Johnson,

Thank you, and thank you to your real estate group for their generosity with their moving van. My project with the local organization “Books to Prisoners” is just one of many non-profits that you have made a positive impact on. Your willingness to share your van simplified my project and solved the logistic problem of transporting 12 bookshelves across town. I cannot imagine the hassle that would have occured were it not for your altruism. Some may overlook your simple act of kindness and charity, but I will not forget it.

Thank you,

Danny Gibson

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