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Washington Realtor Uses Bounce Houses To Increase Business And Feed The Community’s Needy


David Berg is a man on a mission. As a Realtor, he wants to sell homes. As a resident of Washington, he wants to give back to his community. Berg has found a way to do both. He represents some of the most sought after homes in the area, while utilizing bounce houses to market his services and feed the needy.

“Dave Berg was a real pleasure working with in trying to find a new home,” said George and Frances Bernardo. “We had consulted with two other agents, but he was the only one that took the time up until we closed our house. He made it very easy for us and made sure that we got what we wanted. It is people like Dave that makes house hunting a pleasure.”

A Realtor at Keller Williams Realty, Berg offers homes on and around the Puget Sound area. Visitors to the Homes on the Sound website can utilize the site to search for homes throughout the area based on price, community, state or zip code. Visitors can save their favorites for later exploration. Berg is well known for his exceptional level of service, informing, guiding and staying with his clients throughout the entire process of buying or selling a home.

Visitors to the website can obtain a free comparative market analysis of their home with no obligation. The website features a wealth of information and resources for buyers and sellers. Comprehensive reports on the various communities Berg serves can also be found on the site to help those purchasing a home make informed decisions.

Berg’s marketing center is Keller Williams Realty, in Federal Way. “Keller William Realty enstills into their employees to come from contribution and supersedes all other real estate companies when it comes to education. I believe we are one of the only companies given the special benefit of profit share. Who wouldn’t want to work here.” Berg said. An array of homes, commercial and industrial properties are available. Homes encompass single- and multi-family dwelling, condos and townhouses, and residential and rural locations, along with manufactured homes, lots and acreage.

Last fall, Berg took a Keller Williams training class called Bold. “The course was 8-weeks and one thing I took from this class more than anything else was the phrase, “Be present wherever you are”. My family is more important to me than anything, so when I’m home, I’ve been working hard to actually be there with them, and not working on real estate issues. When I’m at work, I’m working to get my job done correctly so I can get back to my family.” Berg said. His family consists of his wife, Courtney, and daughters, Ava and Olivia. “Everything I do in my day, is somehow for the three of them.” said Berg.

Recently, Homes on the Sound has begun a website, totally dedicated to the Bounce House for Food. The website maintains a multi-media blog that explores a variety of topics of interest to parents, home owners and the community. Topics include fire safety, housing market trends and the special relationship between fathers and daughters, as well as a detailed explanation about how the bounce house works.

People can also find information about a contest that is currently taking place. The family that hosts a party contributing the greatest number of food items wins a three-night stay at the Great Wolf Lodge for a family of four. Only parties between now and August 31st, 2011 will be eligible to participate.

Given the condition of the local economy, surprisingly, Homes on the Sound is actually hiring a bounce house representative.

The unique idea for using bounce houses to promote his services and benefit the community spun off of a Flower Mounds, TX agent, named Dan Nevitt, along with the fact that Berg had recently rented of one of the inflatable toys for his daughter’s birthday. Bounce houses are inflatable toys often found at county fairs and similar events. Berg provides free, one-day rentals of his two portable bounce houses to those who donate canned goods, non-perishable food items and gently used clothing.

Berg delivers the bounce houses, sets them up and collects the donations, which are delivered to the Multi-Service Center of Federal Way and to St. Leo’s Church in Tacoma that operates a soup kitchen. Berg’s project is a winning proposition for all involved. Residents have the opportunity to provide their children with a special treat while saving hundreds of dollars, and those in need receive the food and clothing they desperately need.

His endeavor has the full support of Keller Williams Realty, who encourages their team members to become involved within the community. The bounce house project has proven extremely popular with parents and children, and Berg is now seeking an appropriate assistant to help with the bounce house enterprise. The unique endeavor is a testament to Berg’s creativity.

He collects the names of those in attendance at each bounce house event and provides them with information about his services. He hopes potential clients will remember him when they need the services of a real estate agent. Berg also hopes to partner with business leaders in the community to expand the bounce house project.

Berg offers a wide variety of services to those buying a home and those who are ready to place their house on the market. He offers home in Browns Point, Federal Way and homes on the Sound to please any purchaser and accommodate every budget. He offers prompt, friendly service and is knowledgeable about all facets of the realty business.

Berg can be reached by phone at 253-234-4289, by mobile device at 253-370-9449, or by fax at 253-835-4550. He can also be contacted by email via the convenient form on the website. For more information, visit one of the following websites at, or


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 David Berg
 Bounce House for Food
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