25025 SE Klahanie Blvd #J304, Issaquah, Washington
$370,000 - 2 Beds - 2 Baths - 941 Sqft
Contact Cary Porter for immediate showings: 425-891-7447
Enjoy your very own “Tree-House” getaway with stunning view of nature around every corner. Surrounded by Klahanie's protected greenbelt with access to over 25 miles of trails. This Top Floor/ End Unit condo features granite counters, cherry cabinetry and hardwood flooring in the kitchen. Inviting gas fireplace fills the family room with ambiance, and the private balcony offers a perfect relaxing retreat.
With 2 bedrooms, 2 baths and a Newer roof, Hot Water Heater, and double-paned windows this condo has it all. The large patio and accesses an additional storage closet. 1 Car garage + Extra
As we have closed the door on 2017, it's time to look ahead at home trends in 2018. Interior designers, experts at Pantone, and researchers for home décor websites have predicted what's hot for the upcoming year and what trends are staying behind. Check out the top ten home trends below to keep your home updated and fresh.
1. Vibrant Colors
While 2017 saw a lot of grey, 2018 is all about a vibrant color palette. This trend can be applied nearly anywhere in your home. Consider a bright sofa or colorful accent pieces. Kitchens and baths are a great place to add color. Watery blues, stimulating greens, and deep reds are the most popular choices for everything from decorative pots to large appliances.
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: We are in a very HOT sellers’ market and there may never be a better time to list your home!! 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 significantly.
Some people might think that all you have to do is stick a sign in the yard and let the market take care of the rest. It might be easier to sell in a seller's market but it takes a lot more to sell a home than hanging a sign out front.
Here are a few Questions that will help prepare your to find the “Right” real estate
Scammers are hacking into agent email accounts to track transactions and closings
BY MARIAN MCPHERSON Staff Writer - Inman
Although technology has made real estate transactions quicker, more seamless and increasingly transparent, it has also made buyers and sellers vulnerable to hackers and scammers looking to make a quick buck.
In many cases, scams involve criminals posing as real estate agents asking naive buyers for an upfront fee for services in exchange for a quick turnaround time. Other tactics include sending fake emails from associations as a way to gain access to an agent’s personal information.
According to the Miami Herald, real estate agents and their clients have yet another form of
Did you know that Zillow can be up to 15-20% inaccurate in this market?
Whether you are looking for the value of your existing home or for the new home you are looking for purchase, The Cascade Team Market Snapshot will provide you with actual active and sold MLS home information so you'll have "real" housing market data at your fingertips. If you are interested in purchasing in a specific area, this information will show you the active homes in the market, price trends and close values on homes that have sold, allowing you to do a comparative analysis of real estate and homes for sale in that area. Stay up to date and have information your neighbors don't have!
We looked at the data on thousands of offers agents for The
KIRKLAND, Washington (February 5, 2018) - "The Seattle area real estate market hasn't skipped a beat with pent-up demand from buyers is stronger than ever," remarked broker John Deely in reacting to the latest statistics from Northwest Multiple Listing Service. The report on January activity shows a slight year-over-year gain in pending sales, a double-digit increase in prices, and continued shortages of inventory.
Deely, the principal managing broker at Coldwell Banker Bain in Seattle and a board member at Northwest MLS, noted a shift in the ratio of pending sales to new listings in King County.
Member brokers added 6,805 new listings of single family homes and condominiums to the system-wide database last month for a gain of about 4.6
Conditional Use permit approved - Snoqualmie Affordable Housing Project finds itself one step closer to reality.
In Danna McCall's recent article in Living Snoqualmie, she details that the proposed Snoqualmie Valley affordable housing project has moved one step closer to reality.
"The City of Snoqualmie posted a Notice of Decision this week stating that a Hearing Examiner has signed off on a Conditional Use Permit requested by Panorama Apartments, LLC for their proposed 191-unit Affordable Housing development to be located in the Eagle Pointe neighborhood of Snoqualmie Ridge. Panorama is a subsidiary of DevCo, which also built Discovery Heights in the Issaquah Highlands". You can read the full details of her story HERE.
Fact: Real estate brokers’ commission rates are not regulated in any state and are ALWAYS 100% negotiable.
When you decide to sell your house, if you are like most people, you will want to hire — or at least consider hiring — a real estate agent to handle the process.
Surprisingly, many people think that real estate brokerage commission rates are “set” in their area and they have to pay a specific percentage of the sales price to the agent in order to get their services. This is absolutely not the case. In fact, you can pay whatever you and the agent have agreed upon.
What is a “Fair” amount to pay for real estate commission?
Many people hear the word “discount” company instead of a “traditional” company but (actually, since commissions
If you're one of those homeowners who winces a little bit when the property tax bill comes in the mail -- get ready. Preliminary numbers point to a double-digit percentage increase in property taxes when the bill arrives later this month. In addition prices in King County are expected to climb by over 10% again for 2018.
King County will be higher than last year’s by an average of nearly 17 percent, Assessor John Wilson says. And the bump will cost the owner of a median-valued county home about $700, according to Wilson, who says the state’s new school-funding plan is the main reason.
He says the plan created in response to the state Supreme Court’s landmark McCleary decision will be responsible for about two-thirds of King County’s hike.