February 2013

Found 5 blog entries for February 2013.

Trailside Townhomes It is always exciting when after years of back and forth online communication with a potential buyer, you receive a call and hear the words "I am ready to buy!" -- The minute my client received my email with this 3 bedroom / 2.5 bath Snohomish home in Trailside Townhomes, she let me know she thought it was the PERFECT home for her.....great location, perfect size and a price she could afford.  With a great lender on her side, Jon Bruch with Homestreet Bank, was able to assist with a quick pre-qualification process and help to get us started on the road to closing. 

 

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sammamish_-_sold_400Congratulations for our clients, The Raymonds, on the closing of their beautiful Sammamish home that offers sweeping views of Lake Sammamish and presented the ideal setting in which to downsize.  With one-level living proved a great alternative to condo living with more benefits than they could have imagined.  Surely they will enjoy many days of peaceful views and amazing sunsets!  BIG thank you to all our team members and partners who made this dream a reality for our clients:

  • Sam Akyel & Stacey Lange, Selling Brokers
  • Jon Bruch, Homestreet Bank
  • Mel Scott, Piller to Post Home Inspections
  • Stephanie Nava & Danika Bergstrom, First American Title & Escrow
Property was listed by a fellow Windermere Agent!



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Note: These tips are only general guidelines. Since each situation is different, contact a professional if you have questions about a specific issue. 

Even though you may have a relatively new system, a regular check and maintenance is important. Both new and old forced warm air systems need some attention to help keep them running smoothly and efficiently during the season. With the sensitivity and complexity of modern controls, even small changes in a setting can have a significant detrimental effect on the function and life of a unit.  

  • To conserve energy during the active part of the day, it is best to set the thermostat at a reasonable comfort level and leave it alone rather than continuously adjusting it.
  • To further conserve fuel, install
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Heat naturally flows from a warmer area to a cooler one. It does this in only three ways:  conduction, where heat is transferred directly from mass to mass; convection, the movement of heated air from one space to another (hot air rises, heavier cool air sinks); and radiation, which simply means that any warm body gives off heat toward a cooler one The function of insulation is to minimize the radiation and convection transfer of heat with a minimum of solid conduction so that our homes stay warmer in cool weather and cooler in warm weather. In this section I discuss the merits and uses of various types of well-known insulations and inform you on how best to evaluate R- values. R stands for 'resistance to heat flow.' The greater the R-value, the

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$4750 / month | 5 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms | 4840 sf

Incredibly Spacious Custom Built Home with peaceful views of Lake Sammamish to Mt Baker situated on shy 3/4 acre lot. Enjoy gorgeous updated kitchen with slab granite, high-end stainless steel appliances including wine cooler, view deck that is perfect for entertaining. This expansive 5 bedroom, 4 bath home features formal living room and dining room, elegant den with built in desk and shelving, family room wtih gleaming hardwoods, gas fireplace and private deck to hot tub -- again with breathtaking views of the lake. The bedrooms are very generously sized, added benefit of lower level HUGE bonus room that on lower level with wet bar and half bath.  Need storage, not a problem with this…
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