We are happy to welcome Becky McKindley to The Cascade Team Woodinville Office. She will be providing Administrative Assistance to both Shannon Woodcock, Managing Broker and Dafna Shalev.
"I have been in real estate since 2005. I have been working in Office Management since 1984. I am a wife, mother of four and grandmother to eight. My hobbies include reading, jewelry making with beads, kite flying, stamp and coin collecting and singing. I previously worked with Home Smart Real Estate. I look forward to working at The Cascade Team in the Woodinville Office."
Becky will be a wonderful addition to The Cascade Team and we look forward to seeing her success!
The Cascade Team Welcomes David Spicer To Our New Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Office!
We are very excited to announce the opening of The Cascade Team Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Office! David Spicer will be the Managing Broker of our new office. The office will be the offshoot of our very successful Spokane Office that just opened last year and is managed by James Faucett our Regional Designated Broker for The Cascade Team in Eastern Washington and now also in Idaho!
I look forward to helping you with what is usually one of the biggest financial decisions of a person’s life, buying and selling Real Estate. I have been helping people with their Real Estate needs for over 15 years. There are many parts to the process including, searching, comparing, pricing,
An opportunity like this only comes along once in a century... (Someone check.. There must be a total eclipse or something to have talked us into this!)
As Premiere sponsors on The Issaquah Highlands Days 2017 somehow we agreed to run and operate a dunk tank this year! And "YES" I know we could charge for an opportunity like this, but here is your chance to come by and test out your arm and see if you can make either Matt or I hit the water for FREE!
The Cascade Team is very happy to partner with The Issaquah Highlands and support this wonderful community event. More information on all the fun in addition to our dunk tank below!
Once Upon a Highlands Day
Once upon a time, in a village on a hillside in the land of Issaquah, the people
Are your home shoppers desperately trying to find “the one?” Finding the perfect housing match can be like finding the perfect mate. For some Americans, this year’s Valentine may come in the form of a home, filled with shiny new fixtures and a great first impression. But that search isn’t always easy.
In a recent article, realtor.com® highlights how home-shopping can feel a lot like dating.
1. You need to have trust.
Americans seem to think they have a better chance at finding love than finding the perfect home. Fifty-two percent of home buyers believe they will find their dream home compared to 73 percent of Americans who believe they will find true love. While competition in the housing market is intense right now, home buyers shouldn’t get
Facebook announced that it will no longer permit marketers who buy housing, credit-related, or employment ads to post on its site to target ethnic groups. U.S. lawmakers had warned the social media giant that the Facebook feature allowing marketers to target users in such ways could be discriminatory.
“There are many nondiscriminatory uses of our ethnic-affinity solution in these areas, but we have decided that we can best guard against discrimination by suspending these types of ads,” Erin Egan, Facebook’s chief privacy officer, wrote in a blog post.
Facebook did not allow advertisers to target someone specifically by race, per se, but by what
Read the Story of "The Haunted Graveyard" Located in The Trossachs Neighborhood of Sammamish Below and come visit us Halloween Night..... If You Dare!
Note: The Video included in the post may or may-not have been filmed on my phone with the additional help of the kids..... And my wife may or "May-not" have locked us outside in the rain afterwards and laughed as punishment! : )
Nestled deep in the Cascade foothills, hidden far from passing eyes by tall pine and towering rock laid the old cemetery. It was here that the worst of the Pacific Northwest lay buried. They were the robbers, murderers, and worse that no church would allow to be set to rest on their sacred soil. Old stones covered in moss marked their graves, the black as night crows
As the Halloween season approaches it's fun to have some nice "Spooky" stories to share with clients and friends. If any of you have any stories to pass along please let me know..... We promise to keep names and locations private if requested!
The Halloween decorations have already been up in my neighborhood for about a week, announcing that the season for spine-tingling ghost stories has arrived.
To get in the spirit, we asked real estate professionals to share their creepiest stories from the field. Your clients may not want to know what’s lurking out there — at least until All Hallows’ Eve has passed — but these real estate tales of terror could be fun to share with colleagues, friends, and family during this spooky time.