Real Estate Blog

Move in Ready Home in a Great Neighborhood, Fire up the BBQ

2526 Ontario St Bellingham, WA 98226     $250,000    2 Bedroon, 1 Bath Warm and inviting, this tastefully updated home is ready for you to move right in. 3 blocks to thriving Barkley villages restaurants and entertainment, 2 blocks to rail road trail and minutes to downtown or Lake Whatcom. Enjoy our recreational paradise and conveniences of […]... Read more

Buying a new home – Consider a few expenses

Interest rates remain extremely low, and according to Trulia’s most recent Trends Report, homes are affordable for the middle class in 80 out of the 100 largest metros. If you’re thinking of buying a home this summer or  next year, you’re committing to costs both upfront – and when you are a homeowner. You need to be prepared know exactly what those […]... Read more

Bellingham Real Estate Market Report – June 2014

To see this months extensive Bellingham Real Estate Market Report -June 2014  Click Here       Let’s take a look at home sales in Bellingham in June. The number of sales is up by 5 compared to last may but up by 34 from last month. The sales price is up 7% compared to last year […]... Read more

Whatcom County Real Estate Market Report – June 2014

The number of home sales is up in Whatcom County in June by 9 compared to last year. and prices up 4% compared to this time in 2013. Sales were up 31 homes compared to last month and price down almost $12,000 compared to a month ago. Inventory is up a bit from last month but […]... Read more

City Lot with View Potential

$120,000. West facing fully serviced lot in the Puget neighborhood. Potential bay and city views. Great location, close to downtown, Civic Field, restaurants and shopping.  There is a peek a boo bay view from ground level so upper stories of a home built on this lot will have bay and city views. The lot is approximately 60′ X  130′ […]... Read more

How to win a bidding war on your next home

There are bidding wars going on again in some hot markets or  just on some hot properties in normal markets — and some house hunters are getting beaten out way to often. It doesn’t always come down to who has the most money. Sellers will often accept a  lower price if it means less hassle. “What sellers really don’t want […]... Read more