Marysville

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Here are a few that can delay and / or kill a real estate transaction:

 

  • Don’t deposit cash into your bank accounts.  Lenders need to source your money and cash is not really traceable. Small, explainable deposits are fine, but getting $10,000 from your parents as a gift in cash is not. Discuss the proper way to track your assets with your loan officer.
  • Don’t make any large purchases like a new car, appliances or a bunch of new furniture.  New debt comes with it, including new monthly obligations. New obligations create new qualifications. People with new debt have higher ratios…higher ratios make for riskier loans…and sometimes qualified borrowers are no longer qualifying.
  • Don’t co-sign other loans for anyone. When you co-sign, you
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Don’t hibernate. There are hot toddies, Russian spas, and skating rinks worth braving the cold.

1) We’re in for Another La Niña Year. BLAME THE TRADE WINDS. THEY’RE WHY THE NORTHWEST IS IN FOR another cold, snowy La Niña winter.  Of course, for those of us who live to hit the slopes, hunker down by the fire, and model hats with earflaps, that sounds a little different: another cold, snowy winter!  Read More 

2) We Have Canadian Comfort Food. FILLING, FATTY, AND DRIPPING with cheese, poutine is the ultimate winter comfort food splurge. Lucky for us, it’s an obsession here in Seattle—we’re overrun with the curious Canadian concoction of fries, cheese curds, and gravy. Traditionalists will find a standard preparation at plenty of places—we’re big fans

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Fires Related to Aluminum Wiring

Due to implications in numerous house fires, the once common practice of using aluminum wiring during the 1970's is no longer permitted in new installations in most jurisdictions. If your house has aluminum wiring you do not necessarily need to panic. Aluminum wiring can be just as safe as copper wire as long as it has been installed correctly. The concern with aluminum wiring is that it is very unforgiving if it has been installed incorrectly.

 

How Aluminum Wiring Reacts

Aluminum wiring expands when it warms up, and contracts then it cools down. Aluminum reacts differently than copper wire after several warm/cooling cycles. After each cycle aluminum tends to lose more of its tightness. This process is often…
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Real Estate Scams You Need to Know About

  • How scammers are stealing down payments
  • First-time Phoenix homebuyer duped out of $73K in real-estate scam

Real Estate News

  • Latest news from the Northwest MLS
  • Seattle’s affordability crisis is costing renters $6K per year

Mortgage & Finance

  • 5 ways to reduce credit card interest
  • 5 great money habits that will set your kids up for financial success [VIDEO]
  • 3 steps to tame your debt in an hour or less

Home Trends

  • 6 kitchen mistakes you’ve been making all your life
  • Holiday hosting tips to be safe, insurance if you’re sorry
  • The best home trends of 2017

Local News

  • Beer and meat temple headed to North Seattle
  • The Greenest Built homes I’ve ever
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$349,950 - 7623 59th Ave NE, Marysville WA

 {Exceptionally Remodeled Rambler} Spacious great room open to large dining area & chef's kit w/ ss appliances. Features incl sleek fixtures, rich flooring & carpet, new cabinets & quartz counters in kitchen & baths. Master Suite w/ spa like bath & HUGE walk-in closet. Laundry/Mudroom. Expansive fully fenced rear yard w/ entertainer's deck, fruit trees & garden space. XL driveway w/ carport & RV parking. Workshop w/ power/heat & cabinets/workbench + addl shed. 

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Insultation Installation

Before adding insulation to the basement walls or the crawl space foundation, and prior to refinishing a basement room, it is essential that you repair any leaks and solve any problems with dampness. Wait until it is thoroughly dry before you install the insulation, to be sure all problems have been eliminated. If you are unsure whether or not you have such a problem, tape a square-foot piece of plastic to the basement wall or floor. Leave it in place for a week. If condensation builds up under the plastic, you have a problem that needs to be solved.

Preparing The Basement

The causes of such condensation can be extensive. Some of the most common are leaks and cracks in the concrete, and seepage, condensation, or…
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Fire and The Home

A person's home is a very private piece of his or her existence. People have been known to struggle for their entire lives just to accumulate sufficient material riches and built comfortable shelters for themselves. We can experience a tremendous sense of loss if our homes have been razed to the ground by a fire. Fires know no bounds. We hear so much of this happening in the news. Small children and aged persons getting trapped inside while. Fire is a boon to mankind. But it needs to be controlled well in order to use it. People who makes use of fire, (that includes all of us), must know the nature of a fire, and how a fire can start. It is a fundamental rule to understand what we are dealing with. In order for us to use fire properly,…
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Form 17 NOT Part of Purchase and Sale Agreement

In this video Northwest Attorney, Annie Fitzsimmons, who specializes in Washington State Real Estate Law, explains why the Form 17 - Seller Disclosure Statement although a required addendum within a real estate transaction is not part of the Purchase & Sale Agreement.

 

 

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Be a Smart Shopper

Tips To Help You.  When you add up all the money that you can spend on home appliances and fixtures it becomes obvious that you need to spend wisely and carefully to keep costs under control. These items tend to be some of the larger ticket purchases around the home and lots of money can be wasted if buying isn't done properly.

One of the most important suggestions for buying appliances and fixtures the smart way is to decide before you begin shopping exactly how much money you wish to spend, or what will fit in your budget. Surprisingly, this is often not done until the customer is already in the store. Unfortunately, the heart often takes over when looking over the latest high-tech gadgets and features on the item being

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Congratulations to my clients, Peter and Renee on the closing of this wonderful and incredibly affordable Fannie Mae home in the charming WIllow Park community in Marysville.  Many thanks to all who assisted in helping our clients achieve their dream of homeownership!

Kudos to our entire team for helping to ensure this transaction was such a smooth process:-

  • Stacey Lange, Selling Broker
  • Chance Drake, Team Broker
  • Nicole Qualey, Client Care Coordinator
  • Laura Dennison, Axia Financial
  • Bob Green, WIN Home Inspections  



 
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