Solomiya was born and raised in Russia before moving to Pasco 16 years into her family’s search for a better life. Ever since, Solomiya has fallen more and more in love with the Tri-Cities. Solomiya makes it a high priority to be involved in the community, and is the co-founder of The Stolen Crown Foundation, which focuses on raising awareness about human sex trafficking. She also takes time to volunteer at her church mentoring young women ranging in age from 16 to 25.
Solomiya’s family has always been in the real estate business, which allowed her to develop a personal relationship with the work. With multiple builders and contractors in her extended family, one being her brother, she has been surrounded by the buying, selling, and building sides of the business, making her very knowledgeable in every avenue of the real estate process. However, being only 22, she is a fresh face to the industry and very eager to build her career. Solomiya finds the massive growth and consistent incline of the Tri-Cities real estate market to be a unique opportunity.
Solomiya’s main goal in her career is to create opportunities for people everywhere. Working in the customer service industry since she was 14, Solomiya describes herself as a people person. She understands the family aspect of real estate and strives to build a relationship with each of her clients. She understands that money is valuable and wants to work with your budget while fulfilling all of your wants and needs, making your real estate experience feel exciting and effortless!