Tonya Flory - ID & WA


Satori Realty

Goals are a journey, not a destination!  Becoming a REALTOR was never on my radar.   I have obtained my Bachelor of Science degree in both criminology and criminal justice and Bachelor of Arts in pre-law.  Although pre-law is a great help for being diligent and thorough with legal contracts, that was not the intention of my education.  

While studying in college, I fell into a position of marketing.  While still in school, I was promoted to marketing director.  After graduating with my degrees, I had fallen in love with my job, but I wanted something more.  I decided I wanted to branch out on my own.  I left the company and started my own marketing business.  Some of my marketing clients were (and still are) real estate firms.  I was asked several times, “When are you going to come to real estate?”  I had just never thought of it.  After my marketing business was stable and able to stand alone, I jumped into real estate.  I had no idea I would love it so much.

Working with people in the community on a day-to-day basis is rewarding.  Real estate is so much more than houses.  It’s connecting people to communities!  The bonds I have made with clients over the years has been a blessing.  So, after working for a Broker for a few years, I knew I wanted to start my own firm.  In April of 2020, we opened our first branch. At the same time, I founded a program called the Community Heroes Program.  This program offers those in specific career or service fields (past or present) a reduced commission as a thank you for the services they have provided for our communities and our Country.   

Upon successful closing for all transactions, we donate a portion to a non-profit organization within the community the home was purchased or sold in.   If the transaction is part of the Community Heroes Program, we donate a portion of the proceeds directly to a non-profit organization specific to the profession the hero is/was affiliated with.