As John L. Scott brokers, our mission is transactional excellence and client satisfaction. That means we work tirelessly to make your home buying or selling process as efficient, stress-free and lucrative for you as possible.

Meet Mark

Mark Gallagher is a full-time REALTOR serving buyers and sellers in the greater Snohomish County area. As a lifelong resident of Snohomish County, Mark possesses extensive knowledge about the area, its hyperlocal communities, and industries.

In addition to his knowledge of the Snohomish County area, Mark brings more than 15 years of experience as a broker, insight into current market trends, and an innovative use of technology to give his clients an edge above the rest. His client service approach is centered around professionalism, integrity, and strong communication every step along the way.

Mark works with clients of all types looking to buy and sell residential property, those looking to downize and those looking for room to grow. Homes with land / shops, waterfront homes, investor/flip houses, and estates. For his investor clients, Mark can share insight gleaned from his own 20+ years of real estate investments, as well as his extensive network of trusted professionals in the area.

When he’s not working, Mark enjoys camping, fishing, boating, hiking, golfing, attending church and coaching his kids’ youth sports. In addition to his involvement in community youth sports, Mark also supports his local food bank and donates to local children’s hospitals through the John L. Scott Foundation.




Snohomish is a city with a lot of history, which we are proud to show off and talk about. The center of town is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and we’re known as the Antique Capitol of the Northwest. But that’s not all that makes Snohomish a great place to call home. Snohomish is close to the metro areas of Seattle and Bellevue, but just far enough removed for us to retain the peaceful character of a small town. As the oldest city in Snohomish County, our town has become an example of how historic preservation can not only make a location more pleasant to live in, but more economically successful as well. In addition to browsing our many antique shops, locals and visitors enjoy popular restaurants and shopping while walking along the historic buildings downtown. Outdoor activities abound here. From boating and fishing on the Snohomish river, to bird watching in the Riverview Wildlife Refuge, or playing in Centennial Park. There’s something here for everyone. Snohomish residents live in a variety of homes, from Queen Anne-style and Arts and Crafts-era houses in the heart of the city, to farmhouses with acreage a bit outside town. If you’d like to learn more about Snohomish, let us know. We’d love to show you around and help you find your perfect home.