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Real Estate Agent - Century 21 Exclusively, Wenatchee, WA
Comments and advice on the Real Estate market in Washington State and the housing market in and around Wenatchee, East Wenatchee and the Wenatchee Valley.
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lately, my business has seen a large resurgence of buyers using VA loans. As a veteran who has used a VA loan it is one of the best programs out there! Now it looks to get even more appealing. From an article in Military Times ... http://www.militarytimes.com/story/military/benefits/2016/02/12/va...
02/15/2016
Well, it is the first real working day of the new year. Lots of resolutions to keep or break. But while all that is true I also have an offer to get accepted; an offer on  HUD property to put to bed, a showing and a new listing to post. In early November I watched a video by Tom Ferry about how t...
01/03/2016
Yeow! The year is almost gone! What happens now? 1. BUDGET: finish it and sit down with my broker and review. Set goals and benchmarks. Review this years activity... how can I improve. What happens if I can increase my average sales price $15,000. How do I do it? What is the mix of sales to listi...
11/29/2015
Not if they are bad or few or not a good representation. It is so easy. Get a decent camera and learn to use it. Take some time to take some photos of your listing. Then take an extra couple minutes to set the picture up (I actually saw one, on line, if you looked close you could see a rat) Some ...
11/20/2015
Reading AR this morning, there seem to be a lot of posts and questions about how to get clients. So I thought I would add my two cents, since it has been a long time since I last posted. First of all the question should reall be "how do I get and keep clients" If you are only worried about the ge...
11/01/2015
The market for May continued strong with average time on the market declining, the absorption rate declining and prices moving up! A couple numbers are not much changed but that is more of an inventory thing than a change in overall market. How sustainable?? Only time will tell but a valid concer...
06/04/2015
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My sister-in-law likes to take a lot of time decorating for Christmas (as does me wife and they are both very good at it). This year, she (sister-in-law) did a different twist on the tree decorating their home in East Wenatchee. She started with the usually green faux tree. There were the normal ...
12/26/2014
About a year ago I posted a blog titled Making the Business Flow. It was pretty well received and quite true (in my humble opinion). Today Id like to add to that a little (you can click on the link above for my original post) The last few years were tough on all of us. I am firmly convinced that ...
12/18/2013
Nope...not even! At least that should not be the primary intent when you buy. Think about it; almost nobody lives in an investment. You live in a home. A home is memories, solace from the world, your castle and where families grow, play and move through the steps of life. Along the way if you can...
12/05/2013
At least that is how the old saying goes. But if you are thinking of selling you may want to forget the castle aspect and work towards common interest. I'm not an over the top supporter of "staging" because unless done well it looks just that, staged and sterile. That can be almost as big a turn...
11/17/2013
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