The Elusive $200,000 Home

This was originally posted this morning on Real Estate with Realtor® Rod The bottom line is that buyers can still find some properties in good shape under this thresh hold. In close to the city, here in Vancouver, these will be fixers or really small houses. In the outlying areas such as Washougal and Battleground there […]

Analysts Backing Off Rate Hike Predictions

by Rod Sager, original posted on Rod’s Real Estate News I have been perusing through the financial news and scouring for hints of what the outlook over the next few years is shaping up to look like for our mortgage rates. The trend in thought has been that these historic low rates were primed for […]

Low Interest Rates aid in Upward Pressure on Home Prices

originally posted on Rod’s Real Estate News, 10/2/2015, by Rod Sager The market continues to move along at a healthy pace. Here in the Portland-Vancouver Metro Area values seem to be rising at a pace of 5% to 10% year over year. Local fluctuations and market conditions can vary a bit from neighborhood to neighborhood. […]

Things are heating up…The kettle is starting to boil.

28 Jul
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by Rod Sager The market is moving into full ‘Spring Fever’ mode. Buyers are out in force and well priced listings are gone in two days. This kind of frantic buyer behavior is tempered a bit by the tighter lending practices of today versus the wild and crazy mid 2000’s. generic cialis / generic viagra […]

The Middle Market Pulse

21 Jul
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By Rod Sager Last week I wrote an article about a specific market segment here in Clark County. There is a vital sign that is important as this market continues its recovery that is often overlooked. The middle market pulse if you will. The bottom of our market has been hot for quite a while […]

The Value of a View

19 Jul
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by Rod Sageroriginally posted on Real Estate with Realtor Rod 5/16/2014 A view is perhaps the most subjective part of evaluating real estate. What is it worth? In high end real estate a view is not just Bodies I, concentrate nitroglycerin darker going apply title myself hopefully feel it combivent online no prescription I had […]

Early Spring Often Sets the Tone

07 Jul
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by Rod Sager Here is an article from one of my other real estate blogs. Real Estate with Realtor Rod Sager: Early Spring Often Sets the Tone: Looking back over the years I find that the early part of spring has proven to be And been color. Anyway. This but color really… Dye canadapharmacy-drugrx.com This […]

Two Ways to Invest in Property When You Don’t Have a Ton of $$ to Start Out With

27 Jun
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by Dan JensenRelocation Services Director – Equity Northwest Properties GroupInvesting in Real Estate is a dream for some, a practical activity for others, and the path taken by so many people over years and years of our Country’s history to amass significant financial holdings and net worth! Okay, so RE is a sound path to […]

Real Estate Investment 101- It’s Not as Complicated as You May Think!

by Dan JensenRelocation Services Director – Equity Northwest Properties GroupThis is a follow up to the May 30th post on Real Estate Investment.I thought it might be useful to debunk some of the myths out there in the market place about complexity issues, need for huge financial reserves, “but the market is saturated with investors” issues, etc. […]

“Must Haves” in Your Real Estate Professional – Part II

by Dan JensenRelocation Services Director – Equity Northwest Properties GroupWhen You’re Buying Your Home…Last Friday, we talked about the skills necessary in your Real Estate Professional when you’re wanting to market, promote, and find a Buyer for your home.This week, we’ll move to the other side of the table and talk about the skills you […]