WENATCHEE REAL ESTATE BLOG

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Real Estate Agent - The Davidson Team - Premier One Properties
An insiders look at the Wenatchee and North Central Washington real estate market
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Buying a home is a lengthy and sometimes stressful process, not to mention a significant financial commitment for most people. And even as the ink dries on the last document, you face the additional hassles of packing and moving into your new home. Here are some ideas to help you manage your move...
12/15/2008
One of the first decisions most home buyers must make is whether to look for a brand new house or an existing one. Here are some factors to consider when you buy a new home: * You get to choose floor coverings, colors, amenities, etc. * They are usually more energy-efficient than older homes. * "...
12/11/2008
One of the first home buying decisions most people make is whether to look for a condominium or a single-family home. Condominiums are very popular because they help first-time buyers enter the market, are easier to maintain, and are often more affordable. Before you decide, here are some factors...
11/30/2008
Deciding whether to buy your next home before you sell your current one depends entirely on your individual situation and financial resources. Most home owners agree that it's less stressful to sell your current home before you buy a new one. Avoiding the added pressure of having to sell quickly ...
11/24/2008
When you start looking for a home, it’s important to consider factors outside the home that can enhance or detract from your lifestyle. Here are some things to consider: * Is there a playground, pool or park nearby? Are the fees affordable? * How close is the home to a hospital, police or fire de...
11/13/2008
For most people, buying a home represents one of the largest purchases they’ll ever make. Here are some factors to consider before you start shopping for your next home: * How much money you want to spend. * What type of home you would like. * Where you want to live. * When you want to move. * Ho...
11/07/2008
The secret to minimizing stress when you move into your next home is to make a checklist of all essential activities that need to be addressed before, during and after your move. Here are some of the items that should be on your list: * Reserve a moving van or make a reservation with professional...
10/27/2008
Buying a new home is an exciting and positive experience for some people. But it’s also normal to feel a wide range of other emotions as you make your way through the process. Many people experience buyer's remorse, a common reaction to the stress and uncertainty of buying a home that causes you ...
10/10/2008
Even after the purchase and sale agreements are signed on your new home, situations can arise that may delay closing the transaction. As an experienced real estate professional, I will help make closing as smooth as possible by identifying and addressing these items: * Removal or waiver of common...
10/04/2008
Buying a home is a lengthy and sometimes stressful process, not to mention a significant financial commitment for most people. And even as the ink dries on the last document, you face the additional hassles of packing and moving into your new home. Here are some ideas to help you manage your move...
09/24/2008
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