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A Different Spring Season

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Spring is usually one of the busiest times of the year for the real estate industry. It makes sense, if you want to be moving in the early summer time when school is out then there is no better time to be house shopping than the present. Last month I wrote about how the impacts […]

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2019 Market Stats Review

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2019 has come to a close and the big headline from the Northwest Multiple Listing Service (NWMLS) is that agents facilitated 92,503 closings which represented more than $49 billion in sales. Compared to 2018 this was an increase in sales of $1.8 billion or 3.8%. The NWMLS serves 23 counties in Washington with King, Pierce, […]

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Fall 2019 Real Estate Trends

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In my real estate trend posts over the past year I’ve been keeping a close eye on inventory rates and months of supply. Months of supply means how long it would take for the current inventory of homes listed on the NWMLS to sell based on the current pace of home sales. A “normal” or […]

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Fall Real Estate Updates

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With school back in session, the holidays fast approaching and temps cooling, the inventory tends to decrease around this time of the year but I’ll share why it is still a great time to consider buying and selling. Sellers Selling in the fall can be advantageous for a number of reasons. Less inventory means less […]

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Summer is the Hot Time to Sell!

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High Impact Real Estate Marketing & 1% MLS Listing Commissions For Today’s Home Sellers The Cascade Team Real Estate is a company like no other because of the marketing, service and home seller savings I can provide to home buyers and sellers all across the Greater Seattle Area. I understand that in today’s real estate […]

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Why Spring is a Great Time to List

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Spring 2019 is upon us in the Pacific Northwest and what a wild winter we had. I’ve lived in this area all my life and only the only winter in my mind comparable to last month was the blizzard of 1990. Adding up the snow totals from Superbowl Sunday (February 3rd) through the following Tuesday, […]