Doug and his wife Arlyn have been Pierce County residents since 1990 and proud Pacific Northwest natives since 1982, and raised their five children in this region. Moving to beautiful Fox Island in 2014 has only served to increase their passion to serve and share this part of the world they love so much!
Doug and Arlyn consider the Fox Island and the Gig Harbor area to be one of the best places in the world to live. They enjoy traveling locally and abroad, and when he's not spending time with his grandkids or paddling around Fox Island on his kayak, Doug can be found creating furniture in his woodworking shop.
Meet the Team
Buying or selling a home or investment property can be among the most exhilarating, and the most challenging, experiences of your life.
That's why you need a trusted and experienced real estate expert on your team.
Allow Doug Lawrence to put his expertise and problem solving skills to work for you in the buying or selling of your home, vacation, or investment property. Utilizing technology, market research, and proven business strategies, our goal is to exceed your expectations for your real estate purchase or sale. We want you to feel like your transaction is the most important transaction, every single day!
Licensed Real Estate Broker, VAMRES
Doug Lawrence is a Fox Island resident who has lived in Pierce County since 1990. He is a husband (of 34 years), a father, a grandfather, and a military veteran (USMC), with over 30 years of sales experience. An avid explorer (on foot and by car) and woodworker, he loves the Pacific Northwest region and all it has to offer.
When she's not supporting Doug in the real estate arena, Arlyn is a writer and editor. Through her editorial services company, Inspira, she helps authors write and publish books, and is a proud member of the Gig Harbor Chamber of Commerce.
The Home Team
Meet the family!
Doug and Arlyn are the proud parents of five adult children, four children-in-love (their significant others), and four beautiful granddaughters. They are a big motivation behind why Doug and Arlyn do what they do. They consider themselves very blessed!