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September 2015

Found 4 blog entries for September 2015.

$235,000 - 10324 59th Dr Ne, Marysville

   Bedrooms: 3
   Bathrooms: 2
   Sq. Footage: 1,170
   Year Built: 1999
   Garage Spaces: 2
   Type: Residential
   MLS® Number: 833384
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  Jared Tadique
Real Estate Broker
206-948-4320
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Very nice move in ready 3 bed 2 bath rambler in the Kellogg Village neighborhood. Inside you'll find a great room concept with a beautiful hardwood floor upgrade, new dishwasher, and a new water heater in the 2 car garage. Outside, you'll find a new deck, and newer paint
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$230,000 - 2512 Maple St, Everett

   Bedrooms: 2
   Bathrooms: 1
   Sq. Footage: 1,060
   Year Built: 1909
   Type: Residential
   MLS® Number: 852070
OFFERED BY: PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
  Jared Tadique
Real Estate Broker
206-948-4320
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Beautiful mountain and territorial view from this craftsman home. Watch the sunrise over the mountains from the living room or porch. Open concept layout along with a brick patio in the private backyard is perfect for entertaining. Hardwood and ceramic tile floors. Nicely tiered front yard with garden space.
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 Introducing SpyDoor; The Cascade Team’s Automated Valuation Solution  

  1. The only home valuation tool to go “Hyper”-Local with communities as small as 10 homes. 
  2. Blending fully integrated MLS Sold, Active and Pending data with Tax records and County Assessed values.
  3. Ability to manually adjust values such as: # of Beds, Baths, sq ft, etc
  4. Full demographics down to the Hyper Local level 
  5. Pull school boundaries with regular updates from State and county websites.

Your Home’s Value/ Your Neighbor’s Home Value/ Any Home Down the Street

 

The Cascade Team has deployed a class of an Automated Valuation Model (AVM) that has stood the test of time. It employs both a Hedonic modeling approach and Market Comp approach yielding

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One Hundred Dollar Bills in fire

By Beth Braverman

The earnest money deposit—the cash you offer to essentially call dibs on a house—is one of the most important and misunderstood parts of the home-buying process.

Depending on where you live, you can expect to put down anywhere from 1% to even 10% of the home’s purchase price as earnest money. (In some highly competitive markets, buyers are making even larger deposits in an effort to stand out.) An earnest money deposit tells a seller you are serious about closing. Without earnest money, you could theoretically make offers on multiple homes, essentially taking them off the market until you decide which one you like best.

Don’t worry—the seller isn’t going to run off to Aruba with your cash. It remains in an escrow account or

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