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June 2019

Found 6 blog entries for June 2019.

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by Stacey Freed    

Facebook’s aim to become a “digital living room,” making users’ networks smaller and more private, may require a change in your social media strategy to remain visible to current and prospective clients online. It will take time to know the full impact of the social network’s latest shift, announced in March, which prioritizes private messaging and Facebook groups over other content. But the intent, like other recent Facebook changes, is to limit users’ exposure to posts generated outside their inner circles. That makes it harder to reach audiences organically.

One strategy is to become more active in Facebook groups, which already engage 400 million of the social network’s 2.4 billion

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I’m always so happy to welcome new agent to The Cascade Team, but I will admit that this announcement has a very special place in my heart. Keenan was just 1 year old when I first got my real estate license, and now after all these years it’s a pleasure to announce that my son; Keenan Porter has passed his Broker’s exam!

Some people feel like they were born to do Real Estate, but in the case of Keenan… He was literally “Born” into Real Estate!

From the tender age of 2 Keenan’s dad (Cary Porter the Owner/Designated Broker of The Cascade Team) would bring Keenan to Open Houses with him. By the age of four Keenan was set up with “Free” lemonade stands in front of said open houses where he would direct people to go in and; “See his Dad”.

From

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  • King Count Housing Inventory Increases More Than 62%
  • Total Area Inventory Up 24.5%
  • Buyers rejoiced at lower interest rates in May.
  • Volume of new listings, and the number of closed sales – both showed slight gains from a year ago.

Home buyers are “better off,” but market is heating up.

KIRKLAND, Washington (June 6, 2019) – The housing market in western Washington may not be as hot as it was last spring, but it is heating up, suggested one industry leader in commenting on the latest statistics from Northwest Multiple Listing Service.

Matt Deasy, president of Windermere Real Estate/East, Inc. said his analysis of single family home sales in King County reveals 7 out of 10 properties that sold during May had 15 or fewer days on the

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  • Issaquah, WA
  • Full-time
  • Salary: $18.00 to $20.00 /hour

Transaction Duties:

Create Files for New Transactions: Read through contracts and file; ensuring we have mutually signed contracts, and all forms relating to the transaction. Creates commission disbursement forms.

Escrow Duties: Open escrow and assists with communication between agents, escrow, and The Cascade Team; ensuring Escrow receives all pertinent forms for each transaction.

Time Frames and Deadlines: A real estate Transaction Coordinator's job includes paying attention to deadlines for items such as earnest money, inspections, and other related deadlines.

Closing Duties: Close out files including: Changing status on the NWMLS; deactivating and reassigning Adcodes,

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In today’s changing market, there’s more to a successful closing than just getting the offer accepted. Make sure you have an agent capable of guiding you from start to close!

The old school three p’s — “Plant a sign, Post on the MLS and Pray” — employed by some agents in hot markets, will not work as things begin to cool off. The adage, “You have a minute to sell your home,” beginning the moment a prospective buyer pulls up in front of a property, is no longer true.

That minute has become 10 seconds or less and happens on a buyer’s mobile device nowhere near the listing. If buyers do not like what they see, no amount of open house signs will get them into your listing — they will swipe left and move on.

This year’s market is not the same as

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