2 solid offers resulted in a bidding war for my Sellers in Newport Hills, Bellevue.
The market is hot, but it takes knowledge and experience to filter the offers, pick the best buyer and ensure that the house goes from “For Sale” to “Sold” in the next 30 days. It’s more than my sign in the yard it’s 15 years of experience that guide my Real Estate practice.
Check out the gorgeous pics of my staged listing in Newport Hills for $848,900.
Light, Warmth & Natural tones throughout this Northwest Contemporary home atop Newport Hills. Serene territorial views encompass the open concept living, dining & kitchen spaces. Outdoor living at its best w/ tiered decks & patio spaces to fit all your summer company. Deep & rich tones of exposed beams & hardwood floors. Rec room to suit your biggest gathering. Loads of storage on lower. Brand new stainless appliances in kitchen & thoughtful updates throughout. Minutes to Newport Hills park.
Sold price to be disclosed in 30 days.
My name is Georgia. My friends call me Peach. Call me to discuss your home’s value and the strategy involved in selling at the right time, for the right price. 206.948.0431/ GeorgiaWall@JohnLScott.com
We did it again! So pleased to announce that my Bellevue condo listing is now under Mutual Agreement and Pending close.
$255,900 is an excellent price for this zip code- Bellevue 98005. However, it does not mean that we skimmed on marketing whatsoever.
My strategy along with the cooperation of the Seller included: fresh interior paint throughout, staging, high quality HDR photos, extended open house schedule and more.
Every house deserves the best marketing out there to maximize the potential that the Seller stands to make. That’s my job and I intend to deliver!
Find more videos and real estate info on GeorgiaLeeWall.com and follow me on Twitter @KirklandPeach.
My name is Georgia. My friends call me Peach. I live in Kirkland where I’ve been helping buyers and sellers for 12+ years. 206.948.0431
Home is where the Christmas tree is!
Or where the Menorah is lit. Or the Kwanzaa candles burn bright.
This time of year I can’t help but to think about how awesome my “job” is.
Mom and I love working with our buyers and sellers all year ’round but this time of year is special!
Walking through houses and writing contracts does not even begin to reveal the best part of being a Realtor. The reward is seeing all of you in your homes, with your family, new babies and friends enjoying the spirit of the season and a good Seahawks win!
When our clients post pictures of their houses decorated with lights on their “1st” Christmas tree on Facebook it makes me smile so big!
I have so much joy knowing that I played a critical role in helping my buyers find and purchase their home.
With much bad news in the media about ISIS and random acts of terror, I can’t help but to focus on the love that this season brings. This year more than ever my Christmas wish is: Peace on Earth and Good Will Toward Men.
You’re gonna put your house on the market. And it’s a big deal. It always is. People don’t just move for the fun of it.
Whatever the reason, it is stressful. And getting as much equity out of your home as possible is very important.
I get it. I do! 10 years and 100’s of houses Sold later, I have heard a lot of fears about moving.
At least ask the following 3 Questions:
1) How many homes have they sold?
2) Who will take the photographs?
3) How do they analyze the Buyer’s contracts?
The Real Estate agent you want:
1) Should possess experience
2) Hire professionals to do photographs (no pictures from the camera on the phone!)
3) Demonstrate knowledge in how to examine a contract to see if the buyer is truly qualified
I’m Georgia. My friends call me Peach. And I live in Kirkland where I work on behalf of both buyers and sellers in Real Estate since 2003. Follow me @KirklandPeach.
Ben was looking for a place not “too far out” but where he could still have a bee farm and some chickens! We found it in Newcastle! Congrats to our new home owner Ben!
The sign is in the yard, and your home is now on the MLS. Buyers will want to see your home ASAP. Here’s what you do before each showing:
2) Close the toilet bowl lids.
– So simple, yet so affective. It keeps the Buyers mind from diverting to unnecessary images.
3) Bake cookies or a bread.
5) Make sure the temperature is appealing. Not too hot. Not too cold. You want the Buyers to feel as comfortable as possible.
Whether you are selling in Kirkland or Carnation, I can help you with sound data and 10+ years experience in Real Estate.
Open Houses are fun, informative and accessible. Here are 5 you should see. Better yet, call me and I will take you personally.
1) Upland Green: $423,000…..13617 135th Ave NE
2) North Rose Hill: $423,000….. 13021 NE 100th St
3) Juanita: $449,950…..7712 NE 141st St
4) North Rose Hill: $499,000…..11204 127th Ave NE
5) East of Market: $1,000,000…..1217 1st St
6 Public Docks
2 Weekly Farmers Markets (June- September)
– and Juanita Beach Park Farmers Market
75/100 on Walkscore
18 Distinct Neighborhoods
8 Roasty places to fuel your caffeine addiction
138 Homes Currently For Sale
67 Condos Currently For Sale
215 Single Family Homes SOLD in the last 6 months: $250,000-5.5Mil
187 Condominiums SOLD in the last six months: $63,000- 4.79 Mil
$26,928 Possibly the most expensive annual taxes I’ve seen in Kirkland*
* on a home Sold for 5.5 Mil in Houghton (10316 NE 60th St.)
3 Homes that sold in the last 6 months, all for $640,000
As pictured: East of Market, Holmes Point, North Rose Hill.
7.4% Increase in home prices compared to April 2013.