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Igloo For Sale

by on August 1st, 2014 Leave a Comment

How about this, let’s take a break from the typical real estate mumbo jumbo like interest rates and homes sales – and instead lets ponder for a moment what life would be like – living in a giant urethane igloo. Well, whataya know, there just happens to be one for sale in Alaska at bargain […]


What Negatively Effects Your Property’s Market Value.

by on May 8th, 2014 Leave a Comment

Zillow, Trulia, and other real estate mega websites serve as excellent resources for anyone involved in the real estate business. Whether you are a buyer or a seller you will most likely use one of the aforementioned websites to help you access the market value of a desired property. Potential buyers and sellers can be […]


When Staging Your Home:

by on April 29th, 2014 Leave a Comment

When Staging Your Home: The 7 step program parting ways with your old “Junk”   Denial You are a frugal person. You never spend money when you don’t absolutely need to. The majority of the clothes you own are former holiday gifts and/or birthday presents.  You pride yourself on your ability to be frugal and […]


LA Fitness coming to Burien Town Plaza

by on January 7th, 2014 Leave a Comment

Another great reason to move to Burien, B-Town Blog reports: LA Fitness, which is planning on moving into the space formerly occupied by SAAR’s and Staples, has filed for permit applications for improvements on the property at 14905 4th Ave SW. According to a note in this month’s City Manager report (PDF file, p. 238), the proposed […]


Local Realtor soon to be flying over Burien and Normandy Park!!

by on August 14th, 2013 Leave a Comment

  Jet pack spotted soon over the Normandy Park and Burien Area. Don’t worry it’s just your friendly local Real Estate agent Dustin Keeth. I have been waiting all these years since watching the Jetson’s, to have my very own jetpack. Looks like we’re finally getting closer to having one. Who is ready to have […]


Washington’s closing costs among lowest in U.S.

by on August 9th, 2013 Leave a Comment

As mortgage rates slowly increase, so do loan origination fees. USA Today reports that loan-origination and other fees went up 6 percent in the last year to a national average of $2,402 on a $200,000 single-family mortgage loan to a customer with stellar credit and 20 percent down, based on data from The reason […]


Do you want a classic front porch? The front porch is a gateway to memories.

by on July 26th, 2013 Leave a Comment

The front porch is a vestige of an older, simpler way of life when families sat outside and neighbors visited with one another. Once a place for relaxation, the front porch faded in popularity due to an evolving modern life that brought about air conditioning and backyard decks, according to But the architectural feature is […]


Tips on getting a rental property market ready.

by on July 22nd, 2013 Leave a Comment

Amy and Josh, a couple residing in Venice, Cal., needed guidance on selling their outdated income property. HGTV Remodels’ House Counselor, Laurie March, advised the couple to remove, replace, or update the objectionable features of the house without over investing or over designing. Watch the video for tips on navigating your house flip or updating […]


Mortgage delinquencies are stabilizing

by on July 12th, 2013 Leave a Comment

Mortgage delinquencies are showing improvement throughout the U.S. Home finance balances written off in the first quarter of 2013 decreased by 23 percent year-over-year, totaling $69.7 billion year-to-date through May 2013 based on Equifax Inc.’s March National Consumer Credit Trends report, reports National Mortgage Professional Magazine. This marks a five-year low. Write-offs include loans of properties that […]