As a professional realtor selling real estate in the Eastside communities of Issaquah, Sammamish, Bellevue, Redmond and Kirkland, my goal is to give the highest level of care and help to every one of my clients throughout the entire transaction. Explaining every detail and communicating all information so my buyers and sellers always know what is taking place with their home sale.
As a longtime Eastside resident, I am passionate about selling real estate and continue to implement new technologies to ensure my clients the very best chance of obtaining their goals as they buy and sell.
I will do everything in my power to make sure that at the end of our transaction you feel happy to refer me to your friends and family.
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Here are some of my 120+ Five Star Reviews on Zillow:
The local real estate market looks like it might finally be showing signs of softening, with inventory up and sales down. More sellers have opted to put their homes on the market. Inventory was up 47 percent in King County and price increases were in the single digits. Despite the increase in inventory and slowdown in sales, it’s still a solid seller’s market. Over half the properties purchased in June sold for more than list price.
Read the full Local Market Update, including statistics for the Eastside,Seattle, King County and Snohomish County.
A booming economy offered little price relief for buyers looking on the Eastside. In a recent study of economic strength by state, Washington ranked number one in the country. An additional report targeting cities ranks the Seattle-Bellevue-Tacoma market as the nation’s fourth strongest economy. The median price of a single-family home on the Eastside rose 10 percent over a year ago to $977,759 setting another record. There is some good news for buyers. Inventory rose to its highest level in three years, with the number of homes for sale increasing 46 percent from the same time last year.
Why have property taxes gone up so much in Washington State this year and what can we expect them to do in 2019? Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner answers the question that many homeowners are asking.
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