Is Selling Now the Right Time

Is Selling Now the Right Time? The National Association of Realtors recently released a survey of home sellers which reflected a reason for optimism for those considering selling their homes. The survey, which reached out to real estate agents around the country found 74% of them agreed that their sellers were not dropping their...

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Gap Between Buyers and Sellers Expectations

Gap Between Buyers and Sellers Expectations It is not just our social interaction which is changing. Because of recent events we are also noticing a change in the way business must interact. Obviously, even the way we buy and sell our real estate are going through dramatic changes as well. Because of the impact...

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Are We Repeating the 2008 Housing Crisis?

Are We Repeating the 2008 Housing Crisis? The sheer magnitude of the challenges we face today have led many of us to reflect on the last great financial challenge we experienced in this country. The recession of 2008. Because that economic collapse was precipitated by housing and mortgage crisis there is an inclination for...

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Technologies Role in a Changing World

Technology Adapting to a Changing World I am not sure it is possible for us to have any idea how dramatically our lives are going to change because of this pandemic. Many of us are discovering for the first-time new resources and technologies to help us communicate as well as work remotely from the...

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Is an Increase in Foreclosures Imminent?

Is an Increase in Foreclosures Imminent? There is no doubt our world has been turned upside down. In many ways it will never be the same again. During troubled times such as these, many people are concerned we will see an increase in foreclosures. There is virtually no industry that has not been heavily impacted...

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Updated COVID-19 Information for Buyers and Sellers

Information for Buyers and Sellers Governor Inslee issued a statewide “Stay Home, Stay Healthy Order” (the “Order”) that became effective on midnight on Wednesday, March 25th to limit the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). The order will initially last for two weeks (and may be extended) and requires the closure of all “non-essential critical infrastructure”...

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