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Skagit Valley Real Estate

Bow/Edison

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Nobody knows more about buying and selling real estate in Bow and Edison. Two of the smallest communities in Skagit County, Bow and Edison and the adjacent rural Bayview area combine to make one of our areas best kept secrets. Located between the town of Burlington and the Samish and Padilla Bays, nature and beautiful views command attention in Bayview. Edison is home to two of the most unique and popular taverns in the County, and with the help of the local is better food scene Edison's population can easily double on warm summer nights. Head west from there and enjoy the quiet sunset on either of Bayviews spectacular bays. Whether you want fish and chips, or prefer to BBQ your own dinner, you'll find plenty to keep you busy in Skagit County's smallest communities. By the way...Don't let the word get out!

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September 26th, 2014

A Quick Guide to Understanding Real Estate Designations

Written by Josh Scott

What do those letters and acronyms mean at the end of your real estate agent’s name? We’re here to answer that question and explain why it might matter to you. Like other professionals, real estate agents have the ability to specialize in certain areas of the business by earning designations. Those acronyms …

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September 12th, 2014

Here's Your Fall Home Maintenance Checklist:

Written by Josh Scott

Fall is an ideal time to tackle maintenance projects both inside and outside. Here are a few ideas to get you started: Gutters top to bottom: Water in the wrong spots can do a lot of damage. Start by ensuring that gutters and downspouts are doing their job. (Don’t attempt this task yourself if you have a two-story …

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August 28th, 2014

Oregon and Southwest Washington Real Estate Market Update

Written by Josh Scott

Windermere Real Estate is proud to partner with Gardner Economics on this analysis of the Oregon and Southwest Washington real estate market. This report is designed to offer insight into the realities of the housing market. Numbers alone do not always give an accurate picture of local economic conditions; therefore our …

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