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Fri Oct 14, 2016
Kary Krismer answered:
You've only been on the market less than 24 hours. It can take time to get to the third party sites.
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Thu May 19, 2016
Diane Hobbs asked:
Wed Apr 2, 2014
answered:
4/2/2014

Ankush ...hi there ...are you still planning to move forward with home purchase idea this year ?

If you need any assistance for the loan / mortgage ideas or needs please feel free to contact me

Dave Skow - WA MLO #278613
Eagle Home Mortgage
w 206 714 9745
daveskow@eaglehm.com
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Wed May 15, 2013
Lorelei Windhorn answered:
The Washington State Bar Association (www.wsba.org) provides a search option for attorneys by name, specialty, location, and language spoken. Of course, if you know someone in the area (friend, relative, coworker), that would be a good resource. Real estate brokers can also often suggest someone, and may be more in tune to sub-specilaties (landlord-tenant, short sale, land use, etc.). ... more
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Mon Sep 6, 2010
Jirius Isaac answered:
Kelly, You read what the other 2 agents are saying below. I could repeat most of it. the bottom line is, do not mess with the County records, it will do you no good. As to wherever you were talking about online, why do you care unless you put the house on the market? ... more
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Sat Oct 4, 2008
Sean Goddard answered:
Hi Dan,

A pretty good measurement that I know of that appraisers have told me is to look back to 2006 prices. Regardless of the street or neighborhood, find out what the home was worth in 2006 and you will be pretty close.

Kent area is offering some very good opportunities for first time buyers.

Sean
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Fri Apr 25, 2008
Steven Brown answered:
A good place to start is to check out some other small developments in your general area. Perhaps, if they are still for sale you can get the contact info for the developer or if they have recently sold a Realtor can find that info for you. ... more
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