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Blogging to bring you the information you need about Bellingham and Bellingham Real Estate. Informing you of all the latest developments and issues affecting the Bellingham real estate market as well as the market for Whatcom County Washington. Keeping Buyers and Sellers well informed so they can make educated decisions.



The house of Representativis has passed the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act of 2007. The bill wiill eliminate income tas on mortgage debt that has been forgiven by lenders on primary residence for people in financial hardships.  In other words the IRS will no longer collect money from people...
With all the media hype about "foreclosures skyrocketing" and  "Mortgage Meltdown" do you think it worse than it was 10 years ago. According to the Mortgage Bankers Associaction the current foreclosure rate in the state of Washington in .49% compared to a national average of 1.4%.Home values are ...
Bellingham celebrated again as the City's receives a 2007 Green Power Leadership award from the U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This award recognizes leading national green power purchasers for their commitment and contribution to helping advance the development of the nation's green p...
The state has awarded grants to: the Whatcom Museum Society, Whatcom Film Association and Mount Baker Theatre.The Whatcom Museum Society will receive $1 million for the construction of their expansion project: an art museum and children's museum. The Whatcom Film Association also received funding...
 The Sunnyland Neighborhood is one of Bellingham's diverse neighborhoods. It consists of industrial an area(some located in older homes) which dominate the southern third of the neighborhood. Multifamily and single family areas surround a newly remodelled neighborhood commercial area at the Alaba...
Western Washington University (also called WWU or Western) opened it's doors in 1893 and has since grown into a university approaching 13,000 students. WWU is proud of it's unique environmental and economic research programs, it's award-winning experimental vehicle design, it's highly regarded ma...
Mayor Tim Douglas and Puget Sound Energy Vice President of Energy Cal Shirley will dedicate a new Solar Power Demonstration Project Thursday, Oct 25, at Maritime Heritage Park's Environmental Learning Center. It will includes an interactive kiosk and real-time display of the power the project gen...
Here are the numbers for the first half of the year compared to last year for Sudden Valley Resedential Real Estate .They had a 2.8% increase in average sales price and a very slight decreas if you look at the median price.The number  of homes sold decreased by 30 and they have been sitting on th...
Sanitary Service Co. of Bellingham, has begun a six-month pilot program started in September. of curbside recycling for electronics. Any old, broken or unused electronics, including cell phones, DVD players and stereos, can be left at the curb for recycling once a week as part of this innovative ...
Here are the sales statistics for residential real estate in Whatcom County for the 3rd quarter of the year.Looks like we are bucking the national trend still with some increases in prices. We can see a 2.5% gain in price if we look at the average numbers aand a slightly higher 2.7% gain if we lo...

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