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Experience sophisticated mountain living on a 1+ acre corner lot in Easton, secluded away from the city with the convenient access to I-90, and a little over 1 hour commute to Seattle. 

Lake Kachess 1 mile away

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This country classic estate offers an exceptional escape into the great Northwest for a truly amazing serene year-round abode where you’ll enjoy a spacious three(3) bedrooms two and a half(2.5) baths in the Main Home with two(2) bonus rooms; a separate detached 1384 Sq Ft 1 bedroom 1 bath guest house; a generous specialty 4-car tandem detached garage with two(2) massive work bays; and an additional unfinished 800+ SqFt flex space above the garage for the ultimate mountainous getaway. 

    

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·         Expert insights are painting a bright future for housing when the economy bounces back – and it will.

·         We may be facing challenging economic times today, but the housing market is poised to help the economy recover, not drag it down.

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With the Western Washington housing market adjusting to new ways of operating residential real estate activity around Western Washington reflected expected declines during April with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic taking its toll. However, while a new report from Northwest Multiple Listing Service shows year-over-year (YOY) drops system-wide in new listings, pending sales and

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BREAK FREE OF CONFINEMENT!

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This Queen Anne charmer has it all!

A ‘Walkscore of 92’, this 1108 sq ft charmer offers 2bd 1.75, $3000 buyer allowance toward carpet replacement (closing costs), 1-Year Home Warranty offered, and low $350 monthly HOA dues.

 A truly unique opportunity to enjoy one of one of Seattle’s ‘most picturesque’ vibrant neighborhoods from your oversized fully fenced yard!

 

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Home Sweet Home

A convenient ground floor exterior entry greets you on the corner of 5th Ave W & W Crockett St. A custom chandelier adorns the cozy entry as you make your way up the staircase and expand to a perfectly inviting top floor corner unit living space.

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photo courtesy of City of Sammamish

Do you have your alternate routes planned out?

Project Update:

  • ROAD CLOSURE is scheduled to begin on APRIL 13th, 2020.
  • For the week of APRIL 13th to APRIL 18th, the roadway will be closed between 245th LN SE and Klahanie Blvd. Local access will be allowed.
  • The following week , starting APRIL 20th, 2020 the long term Road closure between 247th PL SE and Klahanie Blvd will be in place.
  • The intersections at 247th PL SE and Klahanie Blvd will be converted to stop control with stop sign. The existing signals are to be removed.
  • The road closure is expected to last until the end of DECEMBER 2020.
  • Est. August 2021 - END CONSTRUCTION

 

 

 

 

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The Elements of Choice and Service

Some consider that the internet has eroded the ‘human connection’ in relation to the search-to-purchase process of a property. Most home buyers today are visiting home listings to search and compare properties based on several parameters including size, budget, location, availability, and accessibility from the comfort of their homes. In consideration of the current coronavirus it is not only prudent but extremely important.  

Various studies reveal human intervention is almost becoming outmoded in the ‘search and discovery’ stage of property purchase. For those who are tech-savvy, there is no need for human interaction in the ‘search and discovery’ phase, as there are numerous property portals ranging from

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Coronavirus & Real Estate

As the news and impact of COVID-19 continues to evolve, many Broker/Agents are asking for suggested best practices to follow during open houses, showings, and other in-person interactions with clients. As the busy spring market has started, We urge The Cascade Team agents around the country to stay informed, stay calm, and be supportive of fellow brokers and consumers.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and many local State Department of Health such as in Washington (WSDH) are currently recommending people not gather in groups of 10 or more. Additionally, in WA. Governor Jay Inslee announced restrictions through the end of March on public gatherings larger than 250 people in King, Snohomish and Pierce counties. These

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NWMLS brokers report brisk activity, noting “too early to tell” if coronavirus will soften sales
 
KIRKLAND, Washington (March 5, 2020) – “We’re entering prime time for the real estate market, and more listings are on the way,” stated industry veteran J. Lennox Scott, as he reviewed the latest statistical report from Northwest Multiple Listing Service. MLS figures for February show year-over-year (YOY) gains in new listings, pending sales, closed sales, and prices. Scott, the chairman and CEO of John L. Scott Real Estate, expects a bump-up in inventory during March and April, but said, “We remain virtually sold out in many areas in the more affordable and mid-price ranges.” 
 
Northwest MLS representatives who commented on last month’s activity reported…
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There are only a few ways to get off the Sammamish Plateau, and the city is about to close one of them for the rest of the year.

Sammamish Senior Project engineer Sam Park said construction got underway in August as the contractor started widening the two-lane road. It just can’t handle the 24,000 vehicles a day that use it, and this was promised to Klahanie residents when the area was annexed.

“We’re widening the road from two lanes to four lanes, and we’re improving the intersections from signalized intersections to roundabouts,” Park said. “There are going to be three roundabouts, and we’re removing a sag in the roadway by building a bridge.”

It is that bridge work that is going to cause the closure of this route that connects the

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Have you lived in your current home for at least 10 years and are starting to wonder what needs replaced or updated? Even if you make maintenance a priority, some things in your home are going to need updated or replaced after they’ve been used for 10 years. Here are 8 updates to consider making in your home with each decade.

1. Hot Water Tank

Even if your tank isn’t leaking (or not working) quite yet, it is usually ready for replacement every 10 years. It is important to make note of how old your water heater is to prevent any major issues, so be sure to check the manufacturing date and consider replacement once it has worked for 10 years. 

2. Ceiling Fans

If you are someone who has the fans in your home running often, they will likely

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While your team may not have made it to the final game, the Superbowl is the perfect excuse to bring together your family and friends for a day of fun. Whether the 49ers or the Chiefs win, you can throw a party that will be sure to win. Here are a few tips that will help you throw the best Superbowl party on the block.

Have great snacks

Having the best food is an easy way to guarantee your guests will have a great time. Consider making football-themed snacks or if you want to be a little more festive, make a few Mardi Gras themed foods to celebrate the game taking place in New Orleans.

Make themed drinks

While beer is definitely known as the drink of football, you can use this opportunity to create a themed beverage based on the team of

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