Desirable Tahoma floorplan in Crosswater boast high ceilings, main floor den/office, updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite slab counters with under mount lighting. Ceiling speakers in the dining room. living room, family room & backyard too. Newer furnace, newer carpeting upstairs, and newer exterior paint. Master bedroom is spacious & well-appointed with ceramic tiled bath and huge walk-in closet. 2 bedrooms share 1 full bath & other bedroom has own private ¾ bath. Large bonus room upstairs, ceiling fans thru out, central A/C, OnQ patch panel with CAT-5 wiring, and wired for generator. Enjoy entertaining on your private backyard patio sounded by
WE WILL BE COLLECTING CRAYONS FOR SEATTLE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL During THE MONTH OF APRIL, 2013
Come and show your support of Seattle Childrens Hospital by donating a box of Crayola Crayons!
Meet Ron Cornwall, Manu Vig, Stan Chang & I at The Pine Lake Plaze April 20, 2013 from 10am-2pm
For the eight year, The Cascade Team Real Estate is kicking off Project Crayon Drive. For the young who find themselves at Children’s Hospital of Seattle along with their families, sometimes the simple things like a coloring book and a few crayons can be as soothing as the trained staff and smiling doctors. Yet, something as simple as crayons often goes overlooked. Each year, Children’s Hospital goes through over 240,000 crayons, yet
$635,000 - 23990 SE 10TH STREET, SAMMAMISH, WASHINGTON 98075
Open House Sunday 4/14/13 - 1:00 to 4:00pm
Desirable Van Gogh model with vaulted entry. This home features 5 bedrooms (optional main floor den) 3 baths, security system & sunken formal living room. Spacious kitchen has maple cabinets, stainless steel appliances, granite counters & a center island. Family room with angled gas fireplace/media niche. This home has hardi plank siding/newer furnace. Master Suite has a 5-piece bath with separate glass-enclosed shower. Fully fenced backyard that backs to greenbelt. Tandem 3-car garage with hanging storage system/3 playgrounds/Issaquah Schools.
$500,000 - 1221 243RD PLACE SE, SAMMAMISH, WASHINGTON 98075
Open House Sunday 4/14/13 - 1:00 to 4:00pm
LISTED BY MARISA ORMANDO ~ Phone: 425.445.9616
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Beautifully maintained home in sought after Renaissance Ridge has a long driveway that provides privacy & ample parking. This Vastu home features vaulted entry, air conditioning, sprinkler system, new furnace, security system, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths with separate loft area. Kitchen features maple cabinets, stainless steel appliances, granite counters & hardwood floors.
Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 2.5 Home Size: 1,870 sq.ft. Garage: 2 Lot Size: 2,895 sq.ft. Community: Redhawk County: King Property Type: Single Family Home Year Built: 2003 MLS Number: 453188
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Once you've made an offer on a home and all contingencies have been met by both parties, closing on the property becomes final. Closing costs are generally 4% of your loan amount, but this can vary. To help you get a sense of what's left to be done, here are 10 steps involved in closing the deal:
Draw up a purchase offer with detailed contingencies in place
Submit your deposit, also known as "earnest money"
Seller accepts the deal or counteroffers with contingencies and price changes of their own
Here’s some great news on the Real Estate “home” front. (No pun intended).
According to several reports, there is a real housing recovery taking place, which has positive implications for the broader economy, not to mention positive implications for you, the homeowner. Previously occupied homes have seen a jump in sales, and when that is added to the gains in home construction, it suggests the U.S. housing recovery is finally gaining momentum. These signs of steady progress in the housing market are definitely a confident sign after years of stagnation.
With new home sales increasing, builder confidence has reached its highest level in more than six years. That, coupled with increases in home prices, appears to be a substantial positive for
U.S. home prices continued to increase in July, according to Case Shiller with its 20-city index up 1.6 percent from June and the 10-city index up 1.5 percent.
The 10- city index rose to its highest level since November 2010 and the 20-city index to the highest level since October 2010. Price rose month-month in all of the 20 cities.
Year-year, the 10-city index was up 0.6 percent and the 20-city index rose 1.2 percent. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg had expected the 20 city index to increase 1.7 percent from June and 1.2 percent from July 2011.
Prices had increased in all 20 cities in May and June. If prices had risen in Detroit in April, this month’s report would have been the fourth consecutive month in which prices rose in all 20 cities.