Explore Kirkland, WA

By ARDELL DellaLoggia
(Better Properties Seattle )
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If I'm lucky, I can usually find a Significant Other when valuing a property.  I took a walk over to Flat Ben's, who lives about five blocks from me.When looking for Significant Others for this house, it's best to try to stay right on 7th Avenue.  We're in luck.  Ben mentioned he was hoping to se...

By Roz Burton-Torres
(WA Real Estate Solutions)
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I LOVE this SHOW! It's interesting to see how people are trying to sell their house but don't understand what the Buyer is looking at. I have gone into many Seller's homes and noticed how their personal touches distract me from seeing the features of the house.I think that Agents need to make it ...

By Roz Burton-Torres
(WA Real Estate Solutions)
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With Foreclosures on the rise and lending guidelines have tightened up, buying and selling properties have become a challenge. What options do you have when you are in foreclosure??Determine if you have enough equity to sell the property.Call your lender to determine what the payoff amount is on ...

By ARDELL DellaLoggia
(Better Properties Seattle )
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 Kirkland, WashingtonOne of the most striking things about Kirkland, the core of Kirkland composed of Downtown Kirkland, West of Market, East of Market, Moss Bay, Norkirk is that they have a vision of what Kirkland should be.  Mostly Kirkland should be "not Bellevue".  It's pretty much a rivalry....

By Greg & Brian Perry, Working-for-you
(Windermere Real Estate N.E.)
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Eastside Real Estate Market Statistics -- July 2007By Greg Perry, Eastside RealtorKing County's Eastside turned in a strong July performance for residential sales (single family homes) in  NWMLS areas of 500-600 in July 2007, Year over Year (YOY) Median prices were up 10.43% ($640,500 vs. $580,00...

By Greg & Brian Perry, Working-for-you
(Windermere Real Estate N.E.)
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My wife and I had a meltdown... no not at each other, it was at the TV tray that is always in the way, and the two lamps in the living room that make no sense.  It was at the rug positioned the wrong way to make the room feel small and cramped and the TV that was in front of the southern window ...

By Greg & Brian Perry, Working-for-you
(Windermere Real Estate N.E.)
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When "Common Sense" Fails in Real EstateBy Greg PerryKirkland, Realtor There are many examples in life when common sense and following gut instincts lead us in the right direction.  It doesn't always work in real estate.  Here's an example of what I mean.Mr./Ms. Seller, of course you want to make...

By Greg & Brian Perry, Working-for-you
(Windermere Real Estate N.E.)
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What is Escrow?By Greg Perry, Eastside RealtorThe Escrow company assembles all the components of a real estate transaction, then processes and records the transaction, transferring ownership from the Seller to the Buyer. The escrow agent is a disinterested (neutral) third party acting on behalf o...

By Greg & Brian Perry, Working-for-you
(Windermere Real Estate N.E.)
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Things to do with mom in KirklandBy Brian Perry, Eatside RealtorThere are many reasons Kirkland is one of the very best places to live, not only on the Eastside, but in the country!  My wife stumbled across this fantastic information at The Red Tricycle blog about things to do for mom's with thei...

By Greg & Brian Perry, Working-for-you
(Windermere Real Estate N.E.)
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Moving Checklist -- Two Weeks Before Your MoveBy Brian Perry, Eastside Realtor This is part two of our moving series.  Moving is just another one of the stresses associated with buying or selling a home.  Proper preparation can alleviate a lot of the stress and make your transition much more enjo...

By Greg & Brian Perry, Working-for-you
(Windermere Real Estate N.E.)
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I'm having fun!  I'm having a great year!I love this market!Let's face it. Fishing for clients was pretty easy the last couple of years.  When the fish actually jump into the boat as it's drifting down the river, you don't have to be too good.  The trouble with "easy", is that "easy"  can be har...

By Greg & Brian Perry, Working-for-you
(Windermere Real Estate N.E.)
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Eastside Real Estate -- Condo Market Statistics -- June 2007 Eastside Real Estate -- Condo Market Statistics -- June 2007 Like residential Single Family Residences, June 2007 Eastside condo inventory (NWMLS areas 500-600), rose substantially from last year (June 2006).  Overall in these areas the...

By Greg & Brian Perry, Working-for-you
(Windermere Real Estate N.E.)
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Here's a potential horror story for pet lovers!  (You could also apply this to message to small children)We live in a 2 story house and have about a 20 foot drop to the deck from the back windows. This afternoon, our girl Hattie, alerted to the neighbors dog from the back of a chair against the w...

By Ben Kinney, The Home4Investment Real Estate Team
(Keller Williams Realty)
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Kirkland waterfront homes will take your breath away.  Located in a beautiful setting in one of the most booming, sought-after towns in the region, residents of Kirkland waterfront homes experience the best King County has to offer.Kirkland waterfront homes are typically spacious and modern.  The...

By Ben Kinney, The Home4Investment Real Estate Team
(Keller Williams Realty)
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Kirkland homes have recently become the most sought-after houses in King County.  The city has experienced an economic boom in the last decade, resulting in Kirkland's status as the hippest, most popular city outside of Seattle.  Thus, Kirkland homes are more popular than ever.These single-family...

By Ben Kinney, The Home4Investment Real Estate Team
(Keller Williams Realty)
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Kirkland condominiums are some of the most desirable homes in King County.  Convenient, classy, and comfortable, Kirkland condominiums are always a wise investment.These condos are adaptable to any lifestyle.  Ranging from under 600 square feet to over 6,000, Kirkland condominiums are the perfect...

By Ben Kinney, The Home4Investment Real Estate Team
(Keller Williams Realty)
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Kirkland commercial real estate is hard to come by.  The city's economy is so strong - its per capita income ranks 13 th out of 522 areas in the state - that existing businesses are flourishing and are therefore hesitant to give up their property.  However, zoning changes and the occasional reloc...

By Ben Kinney, The Home4Investment Real Estate Team
(Keller Williams Realty)
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Kirkland waterfront condominiums provide the best of both worlds - the luxurious, paradise escape, as well as the conveniences of urban living. All of the Kirkland waterfront condominiums are located on magnificent Lake Washington, the second largest natural lake in the state.   On any given day,...

By Ben Kinney, The Home4Investment Real Estate Team
(Keller Williams Realty)
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Kirkland real estate is the hottest market in the Pacific Northwest.  The city boasts a booming economy and attractive residential neighborhoods, making Kirkland real estate desirable on every level.The town seems to be invincible from any negative trends affecting the real estate of surrounding ...

By Ben Kinney, The Home4Investment Real Estate Team
(Keller Williams Realty)
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Undeveloped Kirkland lots are a valuable find and a smart investment.  Located in every zoning area, buyers can construct their dream home, open their own business, or develop their own housing or office complex to make a solid profit. Some undeveloped Kirkland lots are available right downtown. ...

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