Seattle, WA Real Estate by Adrian Willanger Realtor

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Should I paint before I sell my home? As people arrive to look at your Seattle home they are going to see the landscaping and outside of your home first. If there is a major problem with the paint job on the outside of your house, you need to get it fixed up pretty quickly so that you’ll have mor...
Refinancing, is this a good option During your lifetime there may be situations that come up that make you consider refinancing your Seattle home. There may be an emergency situation that you need to handle, a family vacation that you’ve always wanted or a series of renovations that your house de...
Who comes to open houses in Seattle There are a lot of different reasons why people visit Seattle open houses and all of them are okay. When people see others looking at the house it sparks their interest. Getting as many people into the open house is a key goal for any real estate agent because...
Agent, lender, manager and lawyer your real estate investment team   If you look through history at many business ventures you’ll see that a lot of them have been put together by a team. Quite often, Seattle real estate investors start working with one another to increase their profits. If you d...
It is the time of your life – retirement. You are ready to get started and look at your options. Do you stay in the Seattle home you are living in now or do you downgrade and get a condo or a smaller house? The choice you make will depend on your retirement plans, health and assets. It can be di...
A lighting assemblage in a new hi-performance Seattle home The benefits of natural daylighting in a home or office can’t be over expressed.  Aside from the obvious energy-savings daylighting can offer a bit of drama, energy and add to ones cheerful disposition. The United States Green Building Co...
Thinking of selling your condo in Seattle If you have a Seattle condo and are thinking about putting it on the market there are a few things you can do to it right away while you are considering the possibility. It will make the decision all the more easier when the time comes that you decide tha...
Not your grandfather’s City Cabins Martha Rose’s newest hi-performance homes on Seattle’s Queen Anne Hill have borrowed old school cabin design elements; building techniques, craftsmanship, attitudes that form follows function mixed with an abundance of natural materials.  The energy-efficient ho...
Selling a Seattle Home Using Virtual Staging In order to sell a home as fast and as efficiently as possible it may be in your best interest to stage the Seattle home. In other words, renting furniture and setting it up to be as visually appealing as possible. This is more common in today’s real e...
Creating ambiance with a child room when selling your home If your home is situated in a family-friendly neighborhood in Seattle and you intend to sell your home, it is a good idea to create a room suitable for children even though no child is currently residing in the house. You will find that i...

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