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Woo-HOOO! Zags dance into the Sweet Sixteen! - 03/22/09 12:28 AM
Man, I love the Zags. Me and everyone else in Spokane. They played an outstanding game today and won in a thriller against 12-seed Western Kentucky. The “Hilltoppers” (goofy name-good team) tied it with just seven seconds to go. Daye inbounded to Demetri Goodson who went coast to coast and banked a layup for the win. I guess he’s known as “Meech” on the team. In our house, we’ve called him “Woodson” ever since the Zags played Memphis at the arena, and Bob Knight was calling the game for ESPN and kept calling him Woodson instead of Goodson. When it came (0 comments)
Economy in Toilet = Lower Interest Rates for Homeowners! - 03/16/09 06:57 PM
Unless you have been living in a cave, you most likely know that the U.S. Economy is at its lowest point in recent history. That is certainly not good news. But there is a silver lining: Mortgage rates tend to fall when economic news is bad. Basically, mortgage rates are tied to the Bond market so when the economy is weak, money flows out of Stocks and into Bonds. When Bonds go up, interest rates go down. For a very short period of time at the beginning of this year, we saw some rates as low as 4.75%. It has crept (0 comments)
Discover Lake Roosevelt, Washington's Largest Lake! - 03/14/09 10:53 PM
Lake Roosevelt is approximately 60 miles northwest of Spokane. The lake spans over 150 miles, extending from Grand Coulee dam to near the Canadian border. Wildlife abounds on the shores of Lake Roosevelt, and the lake is known for its world-class fishing, with walleye, bass, and rainbow trout and kokanee. The lake is managed by the National Parks Service, providing more than 600 miles of shoreline and numerous sheltered coves and public access beaches. Seven Bays offers residents a community center, pool, playground, private lake access, a 2,600-foot airstrip and public water and sewer. There's also convenient access to the marina, (0 comments)
Spokane Foreclosures, Short Sales, REOs and HUD homes - 03/07/09 12:25 AM
Right now there are many great buys in the Spokane market. Before you jump in, take the time to educate yourself about what is available to you. I've provided information below on the process a distressed home may go through, and the opportunities to purchase them along the way. Spokane Pre-foreclosuresIn a pre-foreclosure situation, the homeowner currently owns the house but is behind on payments and has been notified that their lender or bank will foreclose if they don't pay off the balance owed. Buying a home under these circumstances is the stuff of late night, get-rich-quick infomercials. In reality, most of these people (0 comments)
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