As a retired agent, broker/owner, and property manager my blog is a menagerie of wisdom and ramblings from my career and life in general.
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Yesterday (Thursday) was, officially, the first day of the 2007 Washington State Apple Blossom Festival in Wenatchee. The first sign that Apple Blossom is here is the setting up of the Food Fair at Memorial Park, below the courthouse. The Food Fair will be open everyday during the Festival, an...
In Wenatchee, Washington Spring is when we celebrate the coming of a new crop of apples. As I posted a few days ago, the Washington State Apple Blossom Festival is hosted here each year. I thought it might be kind of fun to give you a link to more info on Apples... recipes, varietal and nutriti...
I had a friend ask me the other day "Why do you work so hard? You don't need the money do you? Doesn't Max have a good retirement income?" I was a little speechless when she asked because I couldn't come up with a smart aleck remark off the top of my head (which is somewhat rare). Truth is I ...
"In setting a price on your home, be sure to compare apples to apples and not to oranges."-Carol WilliamsThis post was originally published on April 21, 2007. Since I retired from active listing and selling and property management in 2011, I decided I need to remove old contact links and remove ...
Wenatchee is seriously a-buzz this time of year. It is literally a-buzz with all the worker bees buzzing around pollenizing the apple blossoms... so we have lots of beautiful apples in the Fall. Every Spring is so beautiful during the bloom period. Besides the apple blossoms, the dogwoods are alw...
My assistant, Shelley, and I recently wrote up a transaction which is the perfect example why one should never, never, never buy a home without the aid of a professional who will protect you with all the appropriate inspections and contingencies... and know how to deal with it if problems arise. ...