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The Middle Market Pulse

21 Jul

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

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

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 This […]

“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 […]

Spring Spruce Up for your Home!

28 Mar

by Dan Jensen Relocation Services Director – Equity Northwest Properties Group There’s just enough warm in the air, just a bit more sunshine, buds and blooms showing their smiling faces, and sure enough… Spring is springing! Just for fun, we thought we’d pass on a couple of Spring Spruce Up tips to get the season […]

Taking a Peek at Clark County Washington Real Estate Trends

21 Mar

by Dan Jensen  Relocation Services Director – Equity Northwest Properties Group 2014 has not come in strong where real estate activity is concerned, although 2013 and so far this year, we’re still showing a stable and gently growing RE marketplace. December and January were soft months compared to the surprisingly robust start to 2013, but […]

Happy St. Paddy’s Day! Spring Fever for Real Estate

14 Mar

That venerable March holiday that brings out the Irish in all us is just around the Corner. This is a time to start thinking about the Spring real estate bump. St. Patrick’s Day is not just a green beer holiday party. it signals the early tingles of Spring. The Vernal Equinox is just a few […]

Foreclosure Rates are Down!

07 Mar

The rate at which banks are foreclosing on property has dropped substantially over the last twelve months. In general this is of course a very good thing indeed. The National Association of Realtors® has published an article on foreclosure data with which a link to the public portion is included below. Generally foreclosure rates run […]