David P. Parker

Managing Broker, CNE, IMS, RELO

Bainbridge Island

Windermere Real Estate/BI, Inc.

840 Madison Ave North

Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

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Office: (206) 842-5626

Mobile: (206) 714-4300

Fax: (206) 842-5860



Website: BainbridgePropertySales.com


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Bainbridge Island is a truly wonderful and unique place to live. I can’t think of a better place to raise my family. Growing up on the waterfront in Maine, I have always loved living in a rural setting near the water. I also appreciate being close to a major city. Bainbridge Island has that small town feel; it is rural in nature, safe, friendly, has great schools, acres of parks, beaches and a real sense of community. We are only a 35-minute ferry ride away from Seattle where culture thrives in its many facets. Seattle hosts great theatre, fine seafood, professional sports, a stable economy and incredible natural beauty in the entire Puget Sound Region. No wonder they call it the Emerald City! While many islanders earn their living in the city, most are dedicated to preserving the Island’s semi-rural atmosphere. I see myself in a position to educate my clients on how to balance concern for the environment while protecting your property rights. When you purchase a home or property on Bainbridge, you may confront hurdles that are unfamiliar to you. That can be scary sometimes. My 24 years as a Realtor on Bainbridge will help you to understand septic systems, wells, zoning, building codes, wetlands, steep slopes, shorelines, salmon streams, forestry issues, land use regulations and how they relate to your purchase or sale. My job is to help you make very informed decisions.


My passion in Real Estate is offering my clients my high level of knowledge, experience and service. My life values are what guide me. Loyalty, integrity, hard work and fun have proven a successful formula in all aspects of my life including my career. I have a simple philosophy: “there are no problems, just solutions.” When buyers or sellers commit to working with me, I invest all of the above into our “partnership”. As a result I have a very long list of satisfied clients.


Since the mid 1800’s, Bainbridge homes have been built in a myriad of architectural styles. Whether you like old or new, my extensive background in both new construction and remodeling old homes will serve you well. Whether you are a buyer or a seller, I will help you negotiate not only a fair sales price, but also your pre-purchase home inspection to your satisfaction. As a Listing Agent, I represent a few high-end builders and I understand how they think. This helps me explain the entire building process and create realistic expectations with buyers. My New Construction clients quickly learn the difference between good builders and bad. Recognizing where shortcuts are being made can be difficult to discern for the untrained eye. I point out defects or shoddy workmanship as well as quality choices in materials and superior execution of craftsmanship. You will find my knowledge of the latest products and the building codes helpful in making the right choices. My goal is to help you recognize value and keep to your budget.


I born and raised in Falmouth, Maine on waterfront property developed by my grandmother. My early years were spent learning to ski, sail and play hockey. My love for the outdoors grew while attending Holderness School in New Hampshire and St. Lawrence Univ. in upstate New York, After graduation in 1982, I packed my car, headed west and landed in Park City, Utah. I spent the next six years building very large and expensive homes in Deer Valley and Park City. My free time was always spent in the mountains . . . skiing, ice climbing and rock climbing. I discovered Bainbridge on a climbing trip to the Northwest in 1984 and stayed the entire summer. I returned again in 1986 and in 1988 moved here to call it home. Here I found the perfect combination of the waterfront I missed from growing up in Maine and the mountains I grew to love in Utah. I am frequently working on restoring my 1906 Eagledale farmhouse. My son Jordan is 19, and enjoys hiking, kayaking and skiing too. Now he is flying airplanes too!