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  The dictionary says niche means “having specific appeal”.  I was thinking about my dog Whidbey, who is part Aussie and part Brittany Spaniel.  She is a little overweight, loves a good steak, and her belly rubbed, and she definitely has “specific appeal”.    Finding her niche has been easy for h...
03/01/2010
Try to sneak into a grocery store on an island without meeting someone you know.  No way.   You are stranded, and out of gas on the road. Not for long.  Islanders are there to greet you and help you, no matter what the situation. There is a certain familiarity that comes with island life that can...
12/30/2009
Rain doesn’t bother me one drop.  I love the sound on the roof and watching the way the earth, sky and the “ in-between” interact.   But my personality doesn’t let me spend too much time in contemplation.  I start looking for ways to enjoy the rain experience on Whidbey Island when I have a day ...
11/20/2009
My November open houses will be very special.  You should be there. This time of year is the perfect time to have a baking specialist do a demonstration on cookies (nothing like the smell of gingerbread when you walk in the door) I may have a Christmas tree decorated by a professional with orname...
10/09/2009
  I am often asked by those who come to this island just north of Seattle to make it their home, “What do you love best about living on an island? From the well of who I have become living here, comes these thoughts; Eagles soaring above in the bright sun, Madrona red sunsets, black nights with ...
10/02/2009
 Whidbey Island Dream home tour tailored to your clients!  The tour is Saturday, August 1, 2009. There is a morning tour and an afternoon tour.  The morning homes are all under $800,000, and might work as 2nd or vacation homes for your clients. The afternoon is Premier and homes range from $950,0...
07/07/2009
> If you are representing a seller, and someone wants to buy their home, the buyer will need an appraisal to get  their loan. Much of the time they will also want to have an inspection on the property as a contingency.  The inspection usually comes before the bank gets around to ordering an appra...
05/28/2009
All real estate professionals spend countless hours before a listing presentation getting the appropriate up to date data on the market, including current pendings and sales.  We take this pile of statistic and photos to the seller, and after a monologue on how we reached a range price for them t...
12/12/2007
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