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Tagged : Buyer Rebate

Found 8 blog entries tagged as "Buyer Rebate".

NWMLS | November Press Release

 

Current Market Snapshot Infographic | Statistical Reports

KIRKLAND, Washington (November 7, 2019) - "People are moving here, home prices will continue to increase, inventory shortages will occur. That's our future," remarked Dick Beeson, principal managing broker at RE/MAX Northwest in Gig Harbor, upon viewing the October statistics from Northwest Multiple Listing Service.

Active listings of homes and condos totaled 14,379, the lowest level since April. Compared to a year ago, last month's selection declined more than 21% and was down 10% from September, according to the new report from Northwest MLS. The year-over-year and month-to-month volume of new listings also declined last month. On a positive note, MLS

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Sellers Here's How to Prepare for a Home Inspection

Some good advice: Do not try to conceal any defects you know are in the home. The key here is to work together! All homes have some issues, none are perfect so buyers and their agents are prepared to purchase a home that may have some issues.

The home inspector may find any defects anyway, and you don't want to be breaking any laws or causing the process harm. After all, you want to sell your home, and someone wants to buy it! 

Here are some ways to be ready for the inspection:

  • Keep your power on if you are listing your home vacant (the home inspector may need to check a few things that need power)
  • Check all your light bulbs and change any burnt out bulbs. This may cut down on time the
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223 E Hyak Dr (unit 602), Snoqualmie Pass, WA

$110,000 - 1 Bath  259 Sqft 

MLS 1523804



Rarely on the market this adorable move-in ready mountain getaway condo, features its entrance NEXT TO SLOPES of Summit East (Hyak).

The open floor concept is low a maintenance studio style with main level easy access. The unit has an enclosed balcony that can be used for extra storage or to create additional living space. You can reserve the BONUS condo room for guests right next door at no charge!

   

   

Perfect get-away for the weekend warrior/mid week shredder/all mountain enthusiast. Close to John Wayne Trail, Low HOA dues.

Activities Outside Your Front Door

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The market’s chilled out, but Seattle home prices still too hot for many first-time buyers 

  The Seattle area’s home prices have taken a break from their skyward trajectory of a year ago. (Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times) The Seattle area’s home prices have taken a break from their skyward trajectory of a year ago. 

Seattle lost the title of the nation’s hottest housing market in August 2018 — but looking at home prices, which have stayed sky-high, that might be hard for shoppers to believe.

New monthly data shows the median price of a single-family home in Seattle — $760,000 — is exactly the same as it was one year ago. The same holds true for Bellevue, where a typical home ran $935,000 in August.

And while King County as a whole charted an infinitesimal bump in year-over-year home prices, it was so small that you might miss it if you

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Buyers, Home Inspections & How to Get the Most from Them

Home inspections are a vital part of the real estate transaction process, from negotiating to understanding the condition of your new home, shouldn't you know how they work?

Here's some essential info on what they entail, but most importantly, how they affect you when buying your home. 

Buyers

Here's What You Should Know

You want to know that the home you are buying is something you will be satisfied with so here are some tips on beginning your home inspector search:

  1. Get a few references from your real estate agent.
  2. Look for a company that is bonded and insured (this is a requirement).
  3. Verify that the inspection company only does inspections – not home repairs and
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Fall Home Buying and Selling Tips

What is the market like for fall real estate?

While it’s true that housing inventory (the number of homes on the market) is lower in the fall than in the spring and summer, it’s also true that buyers who are shopping in the fall are likely to be serious about buying. Fall buyers may be moving because of a job relocation or change in family situation, so they’re often eager to close a deal. And, the hotter your local real estate market, the less significant a role seasonality plays.

What months are in the fall?

To clarify the part of the year we’re talking about, fall includes dates between September 1 and November 30. In most of the country, this time of year is marked by cooler weather, shorter days,

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Family saving money in piggy bank

Buying a home is likely the biggest purchase you’ll make in your lifetime. There’s a reason why people joke they feel “house poor” when they leave the closing table. Too often the burden of the down payment leaves homebuyers’ cash reserves empty.

And, new data shows that can be a recipe for financial stress.

A better measure: Cash on hand

Research by the JPMorgan Chase Institute flips the script on homebuyer risk. It turns out that having a cash cushion trumps a big down payment.

Historically, a big down payment is associated with lower risk, but the report found that liquidity — having at least three months of mortgage payments available — is a better measure of homeownership success. In fact, borrowers with less than one month of

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This in from the Northwest Multiple Listing Service:

KIRKLAND, Washington (September 9, 2019) - 

Depleted inventory continues to frustrate would-be buyers in Western Washington. Many of these potential homeowners are expanding their search beyond the major job centers in King County, according to market watchers who commented on the latest statistics from Northwest Multiple Listing Service. 

The MLS report summarizing August activity shows less than two months of supply system-wide, and only about 1.6 months of supply in the four-county Puget Sound region. The sparse selection is pushing up prices. For last month's sales of single family homes and condos across the 23 counties served by Northwest MLS, prices rose nearly 6.2% compared to a year

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