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Presenting Just Listed Condo 

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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Want to create wealth through homeownership? Build equity. 

Home equity is the percentage of your home’s value that you own, and it’s key to building wealth through homeownership. Let’s take a closer look at how to build home equity without blowing your budget — and how to access it when you need it.

How much equity do you have?

Equity is easy to calculate when you first buy a home because it’s basically your down payment. For example, if you put $11,250 down on a $225,000 home, your down payment is 5 percent and so is your equity.

From 2016 to the first quarter of 2018, most first-time home buyers in the U.S. started with about 7-percent equity, according to

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The following article is a re-post from Realtor.com.  Very insightful look at today's home selling market and what to do to help our home sell fast and for the most amount of money. 

"Fasten your seat belts, it’s going to be a wild year in real estate! Our chief economist, Jonathan Smoke, has predicted that 2016 will be a true seller’s market, and it’s already galloping out of the starting gate.

Of course, not all homes are equal, and they don’t sell equally well, either. Most homes are a unique mosaic of attractive features (sparkling new granite counters!) and sometimes frustrating flaws (hey, what’s with the dilapidated porch?). Which part of that equation comes out on top will help determine what how quickly your place will move.

But what are

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Before you let yourself fall in love with that longed-for perfect home and make an offer, you need to seriously seek answers to the questions below so you will know how to confidently invest your money without any surprises or regrets. Understanding property values, home sellers, possible property shortcomings, and the workings of distressed sales should be your top priority while you search for your new home.


Making an offer on a house is not done by simply undercutting the asking price or by asking your agent for a dollar amount, which they should not do for ethical reasons. By doing a little research with your realtor and reviewing comparable sales, you will be able to

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