The 2021 Real Estate market is off to fiery start! Inventory is low and homes that hit the market are selling for WAY over list price! Yesterday, I had my 1st sale of the year and as I reflect on last year with 44 closings, I know we are going to see a lot more inventory in the coming months. If you are thinking of buying or selling I would love to help! With 1% listing fees, I save my sellers a lot of $$ and I LOVE working with buyers as well. I am thankful for my clients in the past, present and future! Enjoy the weekend and Cheers to a great year ahead!
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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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Season's greetings on this frosty Christmas Eve! I have been meaning to share this post for the last week, but the week before Christmas has been a little bit busy. Wishing you and yours the best on this beautiful day!
We have been wanting to find more ways we can help people in our community and show Leif the importance of getting involved and helping those in need. In talking to one of my clients about this a few months back, he mentioned that he had taken his boys to feed the homeless through an organization called "Mamma's Hands". That name rang a bell for me because just last year I helped one of my clients buy a home that was being retired from "Mama's Hands". At the time of the transaction I had done a little internet research to find out what
Christmas trees are the centerpiece for many holiday celebrations and traditions. But, as consumers become more environmentally conscious, many may wonder: Which type of tree is more eco-friendly, real or fake?
After all, cutting down real trees seems to be shrinking our already depleted forests. However, fake trees are made of plastic, which doesn't seem all that green, either.
These days, a survey by CGS found that for more than two-thirds of consumers, environmental concerns drive their purchases, and they're willing to pay more for sustainable products. Younger consumers, like Gen Z, are even more environmentally aware, with nearly 70% making an eco-friendly purchase over the past year.
I have a beautiful listing in the Cedar Falls neighborhood, right across from the park. Just thought I would throw it out there if anyone has interested buyers. c It has gorgeous mountain views from every window and is the largest floorplan in the neighborhood. Bring your buyers or send them to the open house this Sunday from 1:30-4:30.
Posted by Hailey Miller on Monday, July 8th, 2019 at 1:01pm.
Area Home Prices Increase a Normal 3.5% YTD
King County Prices Slightly Down
Inventory, pending sales and prices all increased during June
Buyers getting “some relief” as key indicators point to strong summer for housing market
KIRKLAND, Washington (July 8, 2019) – Inventory, pending sales and prices all increased during June compared to a year ago, according to the latest report from Northwest Multiple Listing Service. The same report, which covers 23 counties in Washington state, shows year-over-year drops area-wide in both the volume of new listings and closed sales.
“Clearly we now see that the market is moderating – that is we’re definitely moving from a
This is a great cause that is easy to support. If you would like to help, a box of crayons (or more) will do the trick! Please see below for the details, every box helps- I really appreciate your support!
Our goal this year is to collect 250,000 Crayons for Children's Hospital!
The Cascade Team is once again hosting Project Crayon Drive this month! For the young who find themselves at Seattle Children’s Hospital, 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, but each child only gets a couple to use.
In January, I had the opportunity to attend and become a member of the organization "100 Women Who Care GSV", what I did not know at the time was how much I would come to love what these ladies are all about! When my friend Adrianne invited me, it seemed like a simple outing with friends to support local organizations in the valley, all while having a glass of wine. As we walked in the door of Sigillo, we signed in, got name tags, grabbed a seat, a glass of Malbec and chatted with the ladies at our table. It wasn't long before the event was underway and there were two lovely ladies at the podium discussing what the night would hold... For me, this is when the magic began, it turns out that by the end of the night this room of ladies would all vote and