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Buying a house can be a daunting process. I am here to help walk you through all the steps to make the process as easy and enjoyable as possible. There are a few different categories of buyers. The first category are buyers that need to move immediately, whether it's to move for a job, or maybe they sold their home and haven't found that perfect next house. The second category are people that know they want to move, but don't need to move immediately. Another category is investors. They buy and sell all the time and are very familiar with the process. I will save this category for another blog. The last category are people that want to buy a house but aren't ready, but they want a goal they can work towards. I will go through each category one by one. 

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There are many reasons why I chose to join The Cascade Team. I came from another firm and I have nothing but wonderful things to say about them, but real estate is hard, harder than it looks from the perspective of the general public. Everything is done independently, as an agent you learn by trial by fire. You are expected to market your listings on your own, and while I have a background as a business owner and am used to posting Facebook ads etc, not all agents manage to do this well. Most agents are very well intentioned, but putting a house on the NWMLS, hosting a couple of open houses, printing out some flyers and "hoping you get buyers" is not the best strategy for some homes. Yes, if inventory is low, frequently you can get offers without

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I have lived in the Sky Valley (Sultan) for over 20 years. There is so much I love about this area! Considering I am originally from Los Angeles and lived in Seattle for several years before moving here, it was quite the change, but I have loved it since the moment I pulled up to my 5 acre property. When I first moved here, it seemed "way out there", but I still managed a less than one hour commute to grad school. After graduating with a master's degree in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine I set up a small practice in the town next to me, Monroe. I quickly became familiar with the local community and loved the small town charm and values. Everyone here is so friendly and it was a far cry from the competitive ways of Southern California. 

Eleven years

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