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Welcome to the area east of Puget Sound and Lake Washington, home to the dynamic suburbs of Seattle that make up the "Eastside." Sammamish, Issaquah, Kirkland, Bellevue, Redmond, Mercer Island and Woodinville are the prominent cities of the Eastside with many surrounding smaller towns and neighborhoods. Welcome to Seattle's Eastside, I invite you to explore the properties in this unique and beautiful area.

Purchasing a home may be the largest financial investment you ever make. The selection of an agent to represent your interests is a crucial step in the process. I take my responsibilities very seriously and am honored to have received several awards related to client representation. Your real estate goals are very important to me... I'd love to hear from you via phone or email so we can discuss your specific needs

March 11th, 2015

March 2015 – Eastside Update

Written by Laura White

Local Market Update  ~ March 2015 Record low inventory throughout King County pushed prices upward over last year. With inventory near a ten year low, the strong seller's market continues. To return to a more balanced market, we need more inventory to meet pent-up demand. • Like January, February's …

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February 25th, 2015

Written by Laura White

February 19th, 2015

February Local Market Update

Written by Laura White

February 12th, 2015

Rents in Seattle – What’s Happening?

Written by Laura White

Did you know - Seattle tenants paid an estimated $8.7 billion in rent this year, which is up 8.6 percent from the $7.1 billion paid in 2014! According to Seattle online real estate company Zillow Inc., the estimated 11,000 Seattle renters paid $71 extra per month, or $852 per year, in rent this year compared with 2013. Nationally, …

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February 4th, 2015

Buying a Home more affordable than Renting?

Written by Laura White

Keep renting? Thinking of Buying? What's more Affordable? The American Dream of owning a home just got more affordable, but that's partly because the average American now spends nearly 30% of their income on rent. U.S. home buyers making the nation's median income and purchasing the typical U.S. home spend around …

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