I’m obsessed with Kirkland and selling some of the finest boutique waterfront properties in 98033 and 98034. I’m great at working with HOA’s and Property Management firms! This is where most agents get jammed up! Not me.
I live, work, and play in Kirkland! That’s why I go by @KirklandPeach!
You can count on me to represent your sale with maximum strategy for your ROI. It’s not about a sign in the yard; half of these condos won’t even allow for signage! It’s about pricing and presentation!
Sunset Pointe Condo. Houghton. Sold!
6620 Lake Washington Blvd. “The Park” Sold.
733 Lakestreet Condo. Sold.
375 Kirkland Ave. The Boulevard, Sold.
Coming Soon! Juanita Shores.
What is the value of your condo? Let’s talk. Timing and strategy are everything. Let’s get real about your home value while the market is hot.
GeorgiaWall@JohnLScott.com | 206.948.0431 | http://www.Facebook.com/KirklandLiving
Ask yourself these 5 questions to help you decide if you have house fatigue and are ready for something newer or bigger or in a more desirable location:
- Has your income or financial situation improved? If you’re making more money, you may be able to afford higher mortgage payments and cover the costs of moving.
- Have you outgrown your neighborhood? For example, you may have realized that you hate your commute or your children might excel in a different school district.
- Are there reasons why you can’t remodel or add on? Sometimes you can create a bigger home by adding a new room or building up. But if your property isn’t large enough, your municipality doesn’t allow it, or you’re simply not interested in remodeling, then moving to a bigger home may be your best option.
- Are you comfortable moving in the current housing market? If your market is hot, your home may sell quickly and for top dollar, but the home you buy also will be more expensive. If your market is slow, finding a buyer may take longer, but you’ll have more selection and better pricing as you seek your new home.
- Are interest rates attractive? A low rate not only helps you buy a larger home, but also makes it easier to find a buyer.
Usually, you don’t build up much equity in the first few years of your mortgage, as monthly payments are mostly interest, but if you’ve owned your home for five or more years, you may have significant, unrealized gains.
Let me personalize your home market analysis for you so you can decide what your next step is. Knowledge and experience count!
My name is Georgia. My friends call me Peach. I live in Kirkland where I have been helping Buyers and Sellers for 12 years.
Kirkland Summerfest: the city’s premiere summer festival of art, music, food and family fun on the waterfront.
Kirkland’s largest festival features 2 days of visual and performing arts, spectator sports, kids activities, and live entertainment, over 100 vendors and food trucks on the streets of downtown. One of the 101 reasons why I love living in Kirkland. When the city puts it’s mind to do something, the community get’s involved! It’s all hands on deck.
There are 26 donors and countless sponsors involved in putting this together to make it Kirkland’s Best!
Kirkland Summerfest 2015 is here. Friday starting at 4pm-11pm and through Saturday all day until 11pm.
Summerfest 2015 is here!
Friday and Saturday downtown at the marina!
There will be live music all weekend long, lots of food, 27 arts and crafts exhibits to peruse.
Check out the music main stage schedule here!
The Fish Frolic is back this year with lots of quirky, cool, creative fish to place a bid on. If anything they make for a great selfie backdrop!
Head on down to the Marina where all the action is!
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 home
An added bonus is the detached picturesque studio/cottage, rebuit
Gorgeous master bath and claw-foot tub waiting to be enjoyed. He
Escape to this luxurious master suite where you’ll find cathedra
Enjoy and open floor plan and 9′ ceilings.
So much openness! Kitchen designed with entertaining in mind.
Main part of home includes 1,250 square feet, large master suite
Beautiful landscaping throughout and fully-fenced yard. The base
People are saying…
Wow the market is so hot! You must be so busy!
The market is so hot, we are going to have another bubble.
I don’t want to buy in this market, it’s too hot.
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.
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.
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
Selling a home is stressful. Don’t leave your net worth up to random fate.
We are a successful Mother-Daughter Real Estate and here are 3 reasons why:
- We have 25 years combined Real Estate experience.
- We have Negotiating expertise.
- We live and breathe Real Estate every day. It is our chosen career, not a hobby or part time job.
Knowledge and experience count. With over 200+ transactions under our belt, we will advise you from “For Sale” to “Sold.”
A new agent or a long lost relative may be convenient, but it’s not smart.
Be smarter. Choose wisely.
Reviews on LinkedIn, Trulia and Facebook and over coffee! Call me anytime to discuss your home selling strategy.
Desirable East of Market location, privacy, views, and fully remodeled interior are just a few features that make this house an instant home! 3,770 SF of luxury; 4 bedrooms, home theater, chef’s kitchen, Viking range, granite counters, hardwood flooring, walk-in closets, French doors, and lovely fully-fenced backyard with play structure. Palatial master bathroom with endless light, you’ll never want to leave. Detached garage with custom cabinetry and extensive storage. Truly a must-see!
There are two things I just absolutely love….selling homes and Kirkland properties. When they come together it’s just magic! This home is a stunner. Proud to be co-listing with Matt Van Winkle representing Remax On the Lake.
Ask me about your home value. Experience and knowledge count.
I’m Georgia. My friends call me Peach. And I live in Kirkland where I represent Buyers and Sellers for the last 10 years in Real Estate. firstname.lastname@example.org