June 2017

There are 20 blog entries for June 2017.

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Denver Home Resale Gains Still Among Top 4 Municipalities

Market psychoanalysts say the Twin Cities trend is clearly research results of a perfect gale of real estate actualities beginning with that housing bubble about a decade ago.( Recognition: KARE 11)

DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL- Metro Denver remains among the top four major U.S. marketplaces for year-over-year amplifications in home resale prices, according to recent S& P/ Case-Shiller Home Prices Indices report.

The area saw an increased number of sale price of 8. 2 percent in April from a year earlier, following annual amplifications of 8. 4 percent in March and 8.5 percent in February, according to the closely followed Case-Shiller monthly real estate report series.

Denver's 12 - month

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Just wanted to send a quick shout out about two recent listings that both went for more than $300,000 OVER asking price!    Jennifer Beeler who works in our Woodinville office is first on the list.   Her Clyde Hill Listing came on the market for $2,589,000 and sold in only 2 days for $311,000 OVER asking price! Her clients saved an additional $58,000 in commissions by using The Cascade Team's Full Service for 1% Listing Fee model accounting for a total value to her clients of $369,000!   Just amazing!   About Jennifer:

I am a Washington native and real estate professional serving my hometown of Woodinville and the greater Seattle area.

My passion for real estate began at the age of 18 when I bought my first condo. I have

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Just want to tell all of the Broker/Agents at The Cascade Team "Great Job!" this week. 33 New Listings for The Cascade Team... Last year at this time we had an even 20 so that's about a 62% increase of where we were for the week just last year! For the year we have almost exactly Doubled the listings by the same time as last year.

By logging onto the NMLS and putting in  a quick search of The Cascade Team as the listing brokerage: That will pull all of the offices combined, and then look and Jan 1 2016 to June 20th 2016 and then do the same comparing Jan 1 2017 to June 20 2017... We are up 183% in Listings! Doing the same on the buy side we are up 223%!... And those numbers just include the NWMLS! Spokane has done over 110 deals just since

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$350,000 - 1526 Aurora Ave N, Seattle

   Bedrooms: 2
   Bathrooms: 1
   Sq. Footage: 1,020
   Year Built: 2005 effec
   Garage Spaces: 1
   Type: Condominium
   MLS® Number: 1149107
OFFERED BY: PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
  Cary W Porter
Designated Broker & Owner
425.891.7447
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Ideal location! Updated large two-bedroom condo w/ partial view of South lake Union, is a fantastic opportunity to own close to all the downtown activities & businesses. With new carpet and paint, this roomy home features a large living room, wood burning
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Most would-be buyers and sellers believe the real estate “deal” is negotiated at the signing of the contract.

In many cases, the deal-making and negotiations only start at the contract signing. Even in more competitive real estate markets, negotiations still happen once in escrow.

Issues typically arise after the home inspection, and those issues tend to result in another round of negotiations for credits or fixes.

Here are three buyer tips for negotiating repairs after a home inspection.

1. Ask for a credit for the work to be done

The sellers are on their way out. If the property is moving toward closing, they’re likely packing and dreaming of their life post-sale. The last thing they want to do is repair work on their old

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Welcome To The Cascade Team Michael Tergerson!

We are happy to welcome Michael to The Cascade Team!

Michael Tergerson was born and raised in small town Texas and graduated from Texas Tech University with a Bachelor's of Business Administration degree with a minor in Economics. Prior to his graduation, he enlisted in the US Airforce where he was called to join the elite Pararescue group before he was medically separated with a broken hand.  He has since worked in the healthcare sales industry for the last 15 years in both pharmaceuticals and implantable medical devices where he won numerous awards in his career, and has continuously taken the initiative for personal and professional development.  He is also an accomplished pilot of over 23 years.

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home-heat-wave3 By Rena Behar

The days are getting longer. Ice cream truck jingles echo up and down the block. But the surest sign that summer is here? It just might be those "For Sale" signs popping up like dandelions in your neighborhood.

Yep, we're smack dab in the middle of the most popular time of the year to buy and sell a home. If you're thinking of starting your home search, your first instinct as a savvy shopper might be to stay away and wait for the weather—and the market—to cool down. Why battle the crowds and bidding wars if you're in no rush to move?

1. Prices aren't necessarily higher

A huge myth about the real estate market is that homes sell for more in the summer and less in the winter. This is simply not true!

Let's be clear:

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If your home is struggling to catch the eye of a buyer, it could be for an entirely valid reason. Maybe you're stuck in a sluggish market or have the poshest place on the block (always a tough sell). But there's another possibility, too—your home could be sitting on the market because of a rookie selling mistake. All of us can make 'em, even those of us who actually have a few home sales under our belts.

The good news? These basic slip-ups can be easily corrected or avoided. To help you out, I have identified some of the most common mistakes people make in trying to sell their home. Sidestep these flubs to avoid sabotaging your own sale.

Rookie mistake No. 1: Overpricing your home

All sellers want to get top dollar for their house. Unfortunately,

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Tips for Buying a House on a Single Income

 

At a time when a lot of young adults are postponing marriage, the number of Americans buying a house on a single income is substantial. According to the Millennial home buyers last year were unmarried. Because single mortgage applicants rely on one salary and one credit profile in order to secure a loan, getting through the underwriting process can be a bit trickier. However, the more you understand about what the process entails, the better your odds will be of getting a lender to say “yes.” Here are four crucial things that can help;

Check Your Credit:
When you apply for a mortgage on your own, lenders will be looking at just one credit profile: yours. Needless to say, it has to be in great shape. It’s always a good idea to review your credit

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Welcome To The Cascade Team Nichole Mills!

We are happy to welcome Nichole to The Cascade Team!

Nichole is a motivated, passionate individual with experience in operations, customer service and sales.  She has been a stay at home mom to her two young children and is excited to learn and grow professionally in a new field.  Nichole is an outgoing person with exceptional interpersonal skills who enjoys hiking, camping, boating, and being outdoors.

Nichole will be a wonderful addition to The Cascade Team and we look forward to seeing her success!

OUR LOCAL REAL ESTATE TEAM

Cascade Team Real Estate agents are proactive in serving their customers, studying the market and touring homes, so they can provide the most accurate housing market

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