Katie Lewis Wilson grew up in the countryside of West Eugene. As a native to the Northwest, Katie enjoys outdoor sports such as skiing/snowboarding, snowmobiling, tennis, soccer, running, hiking and summiting some of the Northwest peaks like Mt. Rainier! Katie attended the University of Northern Iowa and graduated from the University of Oregon with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. Katie is married to Chad Wilson, a native to Springfield who is a general contractor and owner of a local company, Wilson Homes, Inc. Chad and Katie work together helping clients sell, buy, build their dreams and grow their investment portfolio.
The foundation of Katie’s success derives from her commitment to integrity, exceptional service and knowledge. With her results driven focus, Katie is successful in building lifelong relationships with her clients. Her commitment to her clients and her community is what sets her apart in this field. Katie has a positive attitude and strong entrepreneurial spirit her clients appreciate.
Katie specializes in helping families relocate to Eugene/Springfield and the surrounding communities. These tours help familiarize you with the Eugene/Springfield communities and surrounding neighborhoods. Area knowledge will help you make the important decision of which neighborhood and style of home best suits your lifestyle.
Katie’s career with Windermere began with the “Rookie of the Year” distinction, and since then she has been honored as a “Top 15” producer within the company for multiple years
Some other noteworthy achievements include:
Recipient of the Business Growth Award in 2008 and 2012: an award recognizing a minimum of 50% increase in production over the course of one year.
Maintains an uninterrupted presence in the Million Dollar Club of Lane County.
Recipient of the 2008 Jean Tate Award: awarded by her peers within the Windermere Real Estate Company, based on fundamental values of her character including cooperation, providing exceptional service, integrity, positive attitude and professionalism