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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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October 29th, 2014

What does the future of luxury real estate look like? We travelled to Beverly Hills to find out.

Written by Josh Scott

Last week, Windermere Real Estate sent 25 agents to Beverly Hills, CA for Luxury Connect, an exclusive, invitation-only event that focused on the tools and trends that are shaping the future of luxury real estate. Held at a $135 million dollar estate, the impressive line-up of speakers were the who’s who of luxury …

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October 23rd, 2014

Trick or Treat: Dress up Your Porch With No-Carve Pumpkins

Written by Josh Scott

For those of you out there who have older kids or just want to do something different than the typical Halloween jack-o-lantern this year, try a more sophisticated pumpkin. Instead of carving one, paint one. Here are some ideas: Flower Power – Use a drill or nail wide enough to poke holes through for stems of flowers …

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October 20th, 2014

Windermere Foundation Charity Challenge Follow-up

Written by Josh Scott

Earlier this year, Windermere Real Estate hosted the “Windermere Foundation Charity Challenge” to celebrate the Foundation’s 25th anniversary. Twenty-one non-profit organizations throughout the Western United States were nominated by Windermere offices to compete via Facebook for $25,000. The five …

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