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Savvy Accessorizing - More is Not Always Better

By Pam Christensen

Have you ever gone into a model home that had so much stuff used in the staging that it almost made you claustrophobic? Adding accessories when staging is a little bit like the story of Goldilocks and the three bears. In some cases, there is just too much stuff. Too many things when staging can detract rather than enhance the space. In this style of staging, the buyer is more fascinated by the stuff and misses the selling points of the home.

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INVESTMENT PROFITS HIGH IN SEATTLE AREA AGAIN

By Will Heaton

Real Estate investors are profiting once again from house flipping and the Seattle area is no exception.

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VACANT HOUSE SOLD: HOW TO FIND MOTIVATED SELLERS

By Cameron Dunlap

This article is about the second step in my 5-step process for quickly turning abandoned property into BIG paychecks finding motivated sellers. I like to think of these types of deals as gold mines that are simply disguised as vacant homes or abandoned property.

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PRIVATE ROADS AND ROAD MAINTENANCE AGREEMENTS - DO THEY PROTECT PROPERTY RIGHTS?

By Doug Owens

Sometimes residential developments include private roads as the access to the homes. There may be road maintenance agreements between the owners. Such agreements can include language to restrain the adjoining property owners from encroaching on the common access by building fences or other obstructions. A recent case indicates that such agreements may fail if the adjoining owners are not vigilant.

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BUYING YOUR FIRST INVESTMENT - FOUR QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF

By James Dainard

To help you demystify the process and get the most out of your investment purchase, we’ll examine what you’ll need to consider before you buy and what you can expect from the buying process itself.

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SEATTLE'S EXPLOSIVE GROWTH

By Wendy Ceccherelli

We are becoming more and more like San Francisco every day, where only 11% of SF residents can afford to buy the median priced home.

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