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Open Houses: Saturday April 25 and Sunday April 25, 2015

“Relationships are the core of our business.” OB Jacobi, President of Windermere Real Estate

Check out this short video sharing the foundational ethics and business practices of Windermere Real Estate, and why these essential values draw the best real estate talent and brokerage owners to become a part our company.

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Mercer Island

Waiting to Buy Might Not Make Sense...

Whether you are a first time or a move-up buyer, there are two factors that will impact the amount of house you can afford in your price range: home prices and mortgage rates. 148 more words

Eastside

Put Down The Phone And Drive

It’s hard to resist, but we must. Texting while driving kills. No joke. Many of us have made pledges to not call or text while driving, while some think they’re immune to the often deadly outcome. 232 more words

Features

Rainier Valley Historical Society seeks a Collection Project Assistant

Collections Project Assistant 

About the Position

Rainier Valley Historical Society in Columbia City seeks a Collections Assistant to work on an inventory project.

The assistant would be responsible for checking the work of volunteers, verifying the accuracy of accession records and Deeds of Gift and preparing incoming acquisitions for Collection Committee review/approval. 341 more words

Past Posts

Native Artist Event - Join Us!

ARTISTS UP welcomes Native artists, their families and advocates – to a free networking and resource exchange event on Monday, April 20th from 5:30 – 8:30 PM… 233 more words

News

Local Market Update {April 2015}

The spring real estate market definitely came in like a lion. Rising employment, low mortgage rates and very tight inventory have created a buying frenzy. Homes sold within days of being listed – often for over asking price – further frustrating buyers who are facing a serious lack of homes to choose from. 281 more words

Eastside

NWMLS April 2015 Press Release: Frenzied Market Frustrating Buyers

March ushered in spring and a blazing hot real estate market in Western Washington, according to the Northwest Multiple Listing Service (NWMLS) press release for April. 1,143 more words

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