Rollingbay Real Estate News
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Jan 16, 2015 | via North Kitsap Herald
Almost five years after he paid $65,000 cash for it, Peter Miele has the manufactured home he bought from Golden Homes of Poulsbo. Golden Homes had refused to deliver the house unless it received more money for site preparation, a condition Miele alleges was not in his contract. Comment?
Dec 4, 2014 | via Business Journal
Median sales prices of houses and condos in the Puget Sound region climbed in November, according to a report that the Northwest Multiple Listing Service issued Thursday. People are still hot to buy houses and condos in the Seattle metro area, where pending sales last month reached a nearly eight-year high for November. Comment?
Nov 21, 2014 | via Bremerton Patriot
In surveys on BremertonPatriot.com and CentralKitsapReporter.com in 2013, a majority of respondents said they planned to do most of their holiday shopping locally or in Kitsap County. That was good news. Comment?
Nov 10, 2014 | via North Kitsap Herald
You'll have to wait until later Nov. 10 to know who the prosecuting attorney and District 3 county commissioner will be. Elections supervisor Dolores Gilmore - who won the race for county auditor - said there are an estimated 800 ballots left to count. Comment?
Nov 5, 2014 | via North Kitsap Herald
Three races were still too close to call after updated election results were released Nov. 5 at 5 p.m. Deputy Public Defender Tina Robinson, a Republican candidate for prosecuting attorney, was losing by 214 votes to the incumbent, Democrat Russ Hauge, on Election Night. In updated results the next day, Robinson had a 32-vote lead. Comment?
Thursday Feb 5 | via Voice of America
Immigration reform is a hotly debated issue in Washington, but many U.S. cities aren't waiting for the federal government to determine how to deal who with those who entered the country illegally. Daniela Schrier reports on New York's newly unveiled municipal ID cards that are available to all city residents - including undocumented immigrants. Comment?
Jan 22, 2015 | via The Washington Post
Tammy Darvish, for years the face of her father's eponymous auto company until she left earlier this month following a family squabble, will become an executive at one of the Washington region's largest financial institutions. Darvish, 51, will become executive vice president in charge of business development and government and community relations at Pentagon Federal Credit Union, the Alexandria financial giant with $18 billion in assets and 1.3 million members. Comment?
Jan 18, 2015 | via The Columbus Dispatch
Michelle and Jack Ireton, with their sons, Ben, 5, left, and Jackson, 8, want to make the best use of additional money as schooling and day-care expenses fall. SEATTLE - Michelle and Jack Ireton of Seattle are experiencing a personal-finance event that is almost always welcome, regardless of its size: a windfall. Comment?
Jan 8, 2015 | via Seattle Post-Intelligencer
In this Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014 file photo, job seekers Madelin Garcia, right, and Noharis Nunez fill out a job applications near a Benihana booth at a job fair in Miami Lakes, Fla. With the price of oil below $50 a barrel, consumers will have steadily more money to spend, potentially creating job openings at retailers, auto dealers, shipping firms, restaurants and hotels. Comment?
Jan 2, 2015 | via Ardell's Seattle Real Estate Blog
Historically people would purchase a bit far out in the 98053 vs 98052 zip code to get a lot more land with their home than they would in 98052. 166 of the 433 homes sold fit that description with lot sizes of 15,000 sf or more and a median price of $715,000. Comment?
14 min ago | via Hot Air
We've had far too much depressing news this week, so it's time for something good. And by something good, I mean something great . Comment?
28 min ago | via Dominion Post
Dream home: Lee and Andrew Cameron built a home in the Mangatarere Valley west of Carterton and planned to retire there, then pass the equity on to their two children. A Wairarapa couple have spent two years cut off from their home, land and retirement dreams by a dam project. Comment?
31 min ago | via Lucianne.com
Don't let your jaw drop too far, this fundamental change is not just happening in college application processes. This exact same methodology is also being applied to Credit Scores for home mortgages and car loans. Comment?
39 min ago | via The Cyprus Weekly
Based on market records of previous years, normal transactions for Cyprus reach about 10,000 per year. With that in mind, it is expected that transactions in 2015 will be in the region of 50% to 60% of normal years. Comment?
48 min ago | via The Wave
I suspect that many of you reading this are secretly pining to become a real estate agent, since you get such a pretty picture of what Realtors deal with to land those embarrassingly huge commission checks. The unceasing, uphill battle with sellers to stash their clutter and stage their homes, to ambivalent buyers who act as if these cheaper-than-dirt interest rates will last forever. Comment?
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