John L. Scott adds agent from Ohio

John L. Scott has added a new face to its cadre of Realtors. Ishan Dillon, 29, recently moved from Columbus, Ohio, to join the Island real estate agency.

John L. Scott has added a new face to its cadre of Realtors. Ishan Dillon, 29, recently moved from Columbus, Ohio, to join the Island real estate agency.

Dillon comes from three generations of master builders and Realtors in central Ohio. Though he studied biochemistry in college, thinking of one day practicing medicine, he instead followed in his family’s footsteps and worked as a real estate agent in Ohio for seven years before coming to Vashon with his wife and two young sons.

Dillon said that although the move was a big one for his family, he and his wife had been dreaming of living on Vashon for several years, ever since they began to visit the Island with family that lives in Port Orchard.

Dillon said that although Vashon is a tough market to work in, he’s already happy at John L. Scott, where he says the agents seem closer than they were at his previous agency.

“There’s a very refreshing community that I’m now a part of at John L. Scott,” he said.

 

 

 

 


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