Robin Joy Savage answered my initial rental search on the Cascade Team website. She was quick, easy going and helpful when my husband and I were searching for a house. She was very responsive and attentive to our needs and questions. She was quick to call the agents for the rental homes, finding suitable homes to view. It was a pleasure working with her and I hope to again next time I move. She is someone I can trust, and most importantly, she is very knowledgeable of the King County market. I highly recommend her as an agent. The Fosters, Bothell rental house
I want to give a big personal shout out to Persnickety Lawn and Landscape. Simply put… Our yard was a mess. Over the past four years I have added countless bags of seed, fertilizer, and even resorted to voodoo chants trying to get the lawn in amazing shape. To say I was fighting a losing battle would have been an understatement, so finally my wife Janet said; “Enough!”
Janet found Persnickety online along with a few other companies and set about interviewing landscapers to come in and fix the drainage problems and overall shape of our yard once and for all. It only took her one meeting with Keith Wolfe the owner of Persnickety however to know she had found the right crew to make our dream yard a reality….
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Are you interested in finding out the value of your home or a home in another area, but not ready to talk with a Broker Yet? With our FREE on-line Market Snapshot you can enter your home address or any other home address and see exactly how the market is going.
Market Snapshot will pull all homes within 1 mile of the address you give and within the size range you specify and show:
Active Homes for Sale
Pending Homes that have an offer.
Sold Homes including the actual closed price, how long the home was on the market, and the difference between the “Asking” price and the actual “Sold” price.
Selling a home is a seller's market is far different from selling a home in a buyer's market. If you are wondering about our current market, then let me assure you: It is indeed a fabulous time to sell! Not only will your days on market be remarkably fewer in a sellers’ market, but you might receive multiple offers, which could drive up the sales price.
It's generally a good idea to take advantage of pent-up demand because it's the demand that drives competition. The larger number of buyers for your home ought to increase the odds you'll make more money. Some homes, especially those referred to as unique homes, meaning homes that can be difficult to sell in any real estate market, will generally stand a better chance of selling as well in a
Rental repairs are as much a part of property management as tenant screening and landlord forms. Whether a property is old or new, repairs are going to be needed, and the requests will never come at a convenient time. Preparing for the inevitable will make it feel more like a business transaction, and less like being a victim. Here are some tips that can take some of the stress out of those unwanted repair calls:
Expect, Accept, and Budget for Rental Repairs
You can’t maintain a rental property without periodic repairs and maintenance costs. The stress comes from the unexpected, both in timing and costs. Focus on those predicable items, accept that some will be unpredictable, and develop your plan of attack: Look at a property’s previous repair
One subdivision application and one subdivision approval make up today’s development update from the City of Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development (DPD) as posted in the Land Use Information Bulletin.
2641 NW 63rd St
A Land Use Application has been submitted to subdivide one development site into four unit lots. The construction of residential units is under Project #6398082. This subdivision of property is only for the purpose of allowing sale or lease of the unit lots. Development standards will be applied to the original parcel and not to each of the new unit lots
2003 NW 60th St
A Land Use Application has been approved to subdivide one development site into two unit lots. The construction of
You have a lot on your plate when your home is on the market – from keeping it constantly clean to being prepared to take off at a moment’s notice for a showing. In the midst of everything else going on, it is easy to forget what is most important: home security. Homes on the market are ideal for burglars – especially with the Internet giving them a sneak peek at what is inside. If your home is on the market or about to be, there are a few things to keep in mind so you can keep your home safe.
Precautions to Take While Your Home is on the Market
Between the extra foot traffic and your online virtual tour, these are a few precautions you can take to keep everything secure.
UNDERSTANDING THE NUMBERS WHEN BUYING IN A LOW INVENTORY REAL ESTATE MARKET
As a homebuyer in today’s market, you’re no doubt at your wit’s end trying to find your dream home.
And when you find a home you love, you’re competing with all cash offers and bidding wars driving the sales price above what it’s listed for, and many times, even above what the home is actually worth!
While there is nothing you can do to create more homes for sale, you can certainly arm yourself by understanding the trends and patterns in the areas you’re trying to buy in.
While it’s not quite rocket science, there is definitely a significant competitive advantage to those that understand the trends of a real estate market.