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 number of homes for sale in August increased dramatically over the same time a year ago. This is the result of a moderate increase in new listings and a much slower pace of sales. Homes are staying on the market longer, giving buyers more choices and more time to make an informed decision. While home prices are up compared to a year ago, the rate of increase was in the single digits rather than the double-digit surges of past months. It’s still a seller’s market, but sellers need to have realistic expectations about pricing their homes as the market softens.
Read the full Local Market Update, including statistics for the Eastside,Seattle, King County and Snohomish County.
The median price of a single-family home on the Eastside was up nearly 10 percent from the same time last year to $935,000. Home prices have declined each month from the all-time high of $977,759 set in June. Inventory increased 73 percent over last August. With supply soaring and home prices moderating, sellers need to work with their broker to price their home to meet the current market conditions. A year ago 47 percent of the homes on the Eastside sold for over list price. This August that number was down to 29 percent.
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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