The words “mutual agreement” are a beautiful thing!

Originally built in 1927 and lovingly restored in 2009…this home is loaded with charm.

My Buyers are thrilled to get to mutual agreement on this amazing house we affectionately call Yellow House.

$730,000 in North Beach ( minutes from Golden Gardens), Seattle.

Total studs-out renovation/addition in 2009 of existing 1927 hom

Total studs-out renovation/addition in 2009 of existing 1927 home

An added bonus is the detached picturesque studio/cottage, rebuit

An added bonus is the detached picturesque studio/cottage, rebuit

Gorgeous master bath and claw-foot tub waiting to be enjoyed. He

Gorgeous master bath and claw-foot tub waiting to be enjoyed. He

Escape to this luxurious master suite where you'll find cathedra

Escape to this luxurious master suite where you’ll find cathedra

Enjoy and open floor plan and 9' ceilings.

Enjoy and open floor plan and 9′ ceilings.

So much openness! Kitchen designed with entertaining in mind.

So much openness! Kitchen designed with entertaining in mind.

Main part of home includes 1,250 square feet, large master suite

Main part of home includes 1,250 square feet, large master suite

Beautiful landscaping throughout and fully-fenced yard. The base

Beautiful landscaping throughout and fully-fenced yard. The base

Exceptional Land Opportunity in Kirkland- check out my new listing!

The hottest neighborhood on the Eastside just got more interesting. Check out my listing that just hit the MLS yesterday.

Housing demand is sky high and inventory is at record lows. New Construction is what buyers are waiting for. Two parcels being sold as one. .46 acres/ 20,745 square feet.

Prime real estate opportunity in the heart of Kirkland on Rose Hill. Zoned RM 3.6 for Multi-Family Residential development. Excellent .46 acre level lot centrally located with superb excess to I-405. Minutes away from DT Kirkland waterfront/shops. Served by Lake WA school district. Gas/Electric/Sewer in street. Soil test completed. Land for sale only. Site plan & conceptual renderings available. Potential for 6 homes with zero lot line. Partial mountain views from East corner of the lot.

C1-Site Plan

With inventory at record lows and demand at record highs- now is the time for new construction.

With inventory at record lows and demand at record highs- now is the time for new construction.

Nash Wilbur Lane Prelim color 1 View 1-3 (1)

.27 acre lot is zone RM 3.6.

Opportunity awaits.: MLS 801389

Contact me for additional marketing materials for a full preview of the land, renderings and detailed information.

GeorgiaWall@RemaxOTL.com

206-948-0431

OMG the market is HOT. So what does that mean?

People are saying…

Wow the market is so hot! You must be so busy!

Or

The market is so hot, we are going to have another bubble.

Or

I don’t want to buy in this market, it’s too hot.

hot market

Here are 3 things you should know about what a “hot” market means and how it affects buyers and sellers (and Realtors) differently.

1) Just because the market is hot, does not mean that Realtors are busy. Demand is WAY up and Inventory is WAY down. This means that Sellers have the advantage because there are not enough homes to meet the demand of the Buyers. Realtors work equally as hard in a “Buyers” market as they do a “Sellers” market but with emphasis in different areas.

Media focuses too much on one house that sells way to high. It freaks buyers out.

Media focuses too much on one house that sells way to high. It freaks buyers out.

2) Home prices are up, some houses…WAY up. Think of it like a flashlight. The headlines you read are putting extreme focus on hot areas like Bellevue, Seattle, Ballard, Sammamish, Kirkland, Redmond…places where there is ALWAYS demand. Most Sellers are happy to see values just starting to come back to 2005 and 2006 price ranges. Seattle is not facing another bubble.

Prices naturally stay "hot" in the urban core and spread out to the suburbs as the market heats us and prices go with it.

Prices naturally stay “hot” in the urban core and spread out to the suburbs as the market heats us and prices go with it.

3) Waiting to buy does not save you money, it’s actually a risk that you will pay more, especially when interest rates go up. As homes sell at higher prices, it sets the new bar. This means that if you opt out to buy because you think you are contributing to the “hot” market, you will just risk paying more. Every home that sells is now that new “comp” for the next home that comes on the market. As the market heats up, every home in every area will eventually all go up in price.

I’m Georgia. My friends call me Peach. I’ve been helping Buyers and Sellers in Real Estate for over 12 years. Looking forward to working for you! 206.948.0431

I’m on the front lines of Advocacy- from Seattle to WA DC.

I am attending the 2015 National Association of REALTORS® Legislative Meetings in Washington DC.

Today we visited Capitol Hill where we talked to Rep. Suzan DelBene and discussed tax issues that help home owners such as MID (Mortgage Interest Deduction) and finance issues such as the FHA home loans that help many first time home Buyers.

I sat one chair away from Rep. Suzan DelBene and gave a firsthand account of one of my recent transactions where a Buyer was able to purchase their first home because of the requirements in an FHA loan that allows for a lower down payment.

YPN DC 2015

{Pictured here in my apple green jacket alongside my Seattle YPN Board Jenn Mueller and Trish Englund from L to R}
Real estate is one of the most widely held assets, with the home ownership rate at approximately 64 percent. Homeownership is an important part of the economy.

Seattle King County Realtors Governmental & Public Affairs advocacy team is one of the most effective in the country among local trade associations. I am so proud to participate with Young Professionals from Seattle and all around the Nation here in WA DC for Hill Week and Legislative meetings.