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Lower Queen Anne : Real Estate Advice

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Van Durr, Real Estate Pro in Seattle, WA
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Van Durr answered:
I like Racha for Thai food in Lower Queen Anne.
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Curly Sue,  in Texas
Thu May 16, 2013
Curly Sue answered:
Gloria - what are you talking about? It's a studio.
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Alain Picard, Real Estate Pro in Puyallup, WA
Thu Apr 18, 2013
Alain Picard answered:
Very important to me. The less time in my commute means more time being home and enjoying my family and everything else that I love to do.
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Dennis Paige, Real Estate Pro in Bainbridge Island, WA
Fri Apr 12, 2013
Dennis Paige answered:
The monorail is wonderful if your destination is one of the two places it stops! Great for out of town friends to ride to Seattle center though, a fun experience.
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Kary Krismer, Real Estate Pro in Renton, WA
Fri Apr 12, 2013
Kary Krismer answered:
Ray, you're more formal than I am if you wear pajamas. ;-)
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Jamie Flaxman, Real Estate Pro in Seattle, WA
Wed Apr 4, 2012
Jamie Flaxman answered:
Hi Adrian,

I've noticed that you have posted this question about several different Seattle neighborhoods, which leads me to think you're trying to decide what neighborhood would be right for you. As a Realtor and a 20 year Seattle resident, I can help you with neighborhoods. In fact, I recently moved from Queen Anne where I lived for nearly 10 years, and I have also lived in Magnolia, Fremont, Lake City/Meadowbrook, and Phinney Ridge/Greenlake. I am very knowledgeable about neighborhoods, as well as working as a buyer's agent. Feel free to contact me at jamieflaxman@cbbain.com or www.jamieflaxman.com.

P.S. Love Queen Anne - particularly the shops and restaurants at the top of the hill, the parks, and the character of the homes.
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Patrick Beri…, Real Estate Pro in Seattle, WA
Sat Aug 30, 2008
Patrick Beringer answered:
These are traditionally strong rental areas. The answer to your question really depends on what a specific property will pencil out at. If you cover your costs with rental income, that's great--But of course you've got to buy something that will appreciate enough so that you could sell if you had to. There is a ton of inventory out there, as you know. Price sells everything, so if you can find a quality property that allows you to offer a reasonable rental rate, you should have no problem attracting renters. ... more
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Charlie  All…, Real Estate Pro in Seattle, WA
Thu May 29, 2008
Charlie Allen answered:
This was an easy question and I agree with most of the answers. Just call the Broker directly and that should solve all your problems. Good Luck
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