Nicole Glavin, Realtor
Nicole found her passion for Real Estate at a very young age. Her Mother sold Real Estate while Nicole was growing up, and Nicole followed in her footsteps starting her career right out of college. She started as an Assistant and worked her way into a Brokers position back in Seattle, Washington. Nicole was awarded "Top Sales" and "Highest in Customer Satisfaction" in 2010 and 2011. In Nicole's free time she spends time with her husband and two daughters while training for marathons. Nicole is currently trying to qualify for the Boston Marathon.
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We are happy to announce the opening of our Portland area branch of The Cascade Team.
- Marvin Von Renchler / Managing Broker/ The Cascade Team Portland
- Office: (503) 822-6728
- Cell: 503-504-7265
We are also very happy to welcome Marvin Von Renchler as our Managing Broker for the Portland area. Marvin has over 30 years experience in Real Estate and mortgages and has succeeded at the highest levels including owning and running his own company. His deep connections throughout the real estate community will help us immensely as we recruit and grow our office.
Starting as a broker with Prospectors Realty 1980, Marvin Von Renchler won all company awards and purchased the…
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Marble, big windows, and wine cellars are becoming popular words in listing ads to sell high-end homes, according to a new study by Trulia. The study defined luxury listings as those valued four times the median asking price in an area.
The following buzz words have grown in luxury listings the past two years:
- Marble bath: +78%
- Oversized windows: +56%
- Ceiling windows: 37%
- Floor-to-ceiling windows: +39%
- Wine cellars: +30%
- Marble floors: +30%
- Gyms: +28%
- Private elevators: +24%
- Tennis courts: +24%
Source: “The Keywords Being Used to Sell Homes,” The Wall Street Journal (Nov. 6, 2013)
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Which amenities can luxury homebuyers expect to find in today’s market? For our latest Real Estate Lab report, we combed through two years’ worth of luxury listings to see which words and phrases are trending up and down. We defined luxury listings as homes for sale that are priced at least four times above the median asking price for a given metro area: that means a million-dollar home in Rochester, NY, is a luxury listing, while a million-dollar home in San Francisco is not. We compared luxury homes listed between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2013, with those listed in the previous year, between July 1, 2011, and June 30, 2012.
What’s In: Marble, Windows, and Booze Looking at all of the words and phrases that appear in…
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- October Pending Sales Dip 2.7%
- Inventory up 5.5%
- Closed Sales up 12.5% YTD
- Prices up 7.7% YTD
Home sales "pause" with government shutdown, but brokers mostly bullish on market recovery:
KIRKLAND, Wash. (Nov. 5, 2013) – Home sales "paused" during October but prices continued to rise, according to the latest statistics from Northwest Multiple Listing Service. Commenting on year-to-date totals for 2013 compared to 2012, one industry expert remarked, "I would say the real estate market is recovering nicely."
Pending sales during October dipped 2.7 percent when compared to the same month a year ago, but rose nearly 3.2 percent from September’s volume. October’s decline was the first negative change in…