Beautifully well-maintained 3 bedroom, 1.75 bath Mill Creek rambler. The large open concept living and dining area w/ fireplace opens to a spacious kitchen that offers an abundance of storage. Primary bedroom features a large walk-in closet and en suite bath. A second bedroom w/bay windows, third bedroom, and full bath round out the interior. Outside, enjoy a fully fenced backyard, perfect for entertaining and unwinding. Landscaping is well-kept and mature, with two storage sheds for all your tools. The large two car garage offers additional room for storage, plus bonus fridge and freezer. All appliances stay with the home. Just minutes from Mill Creek Town Center, shopping, schools, and easy freeway access.

If you are going to invite a real estate agent into your home, you deserve to know exactly where they stand on issues that are important to you and the world.

While looking at homes to buy, it may be better to keep your exuberance to yourself! Security cameras are everywhere and saying the wrong thing may cost you thousands of dollars.

If you are buying a condo in the state of Washington pay attention to the resale certificate. This is the documentation from the home owners association that will tell you if the complex is being run well or run into the ground.

If you are going to invite a real estate agent into your home, you deserve to know exactly where they stand on issues that are important to you and the world.

The State of Washington understands that some people cannot wait to buy or sell their home. Governor Inslee, in conjunction with the Washington Association of Realtors, has provided guidelines allowing home sales to continue while protecting the health and safety of the parties involved. To see a PDF copy Governor Inslee’s memo to real estate professionals click here.

The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau has established new rules for disclosing loan terms to borrowers. Those rules took effect in October of 2015. See how this will effect you.