Ann Arbor condo for sale.
Located on the west side of Ann Arbor, only three miles to the Big House, this quiet secluded condo looks out over ponds and prairie. Deck, hardwood floors, fireplace.
Ann Arbor schools, low Scio county taxes.
Visit the MLS for more information.
Lovely, secluded 3 bedroom Queen Anne home available for From May 1 to Aug 1.
Possibly available furnished for additional $600 a month.
Home is at the end of a dead end street on the west slope of Queen Anne Hill.
Large great room kitchen and huge picture windows overlooking park-like backyard with views to Interbay. Cherry cabinets and Corian counters.
The house was built in 1912 and lovely cared for. Custom tile work in the bathrooms, handmade screen doors.
Washer/dryer in basement.
Landscaped yard. Lawn care paid by homeowner.
Parking in front of house.
Dogs are welcome.
Walk to Whole Foods, Interbay. Two blocks to bus to downtown and South Lake Union.
– Hardwood floors throughout
– Living room, family room and home office
– Kitchen Great room
– Dishwasher – Refrigerator – Stove/Oven
– Backyard deck
– Washer – Dryer
– Mountain and partial water view
Month to Month or 3 month lease. $4,000 a month
Furnished $4600 a month
Seattle real estate values continues to rise. With spring in the air, many home owners are interested in relocating, however the fast moving market has many homes selling for above asking price. Some homeowners are reluctant to put their house on the market for fear they won’t be able to locate a home to move into.
How to ensure that your real estate purchase offer will be accepted.
The best way to ensure your offer will be accepted is to offer all cash with a quick closing and no inspection. If this is not possible, be sure to get pre-qualified for a bank loan. Work with a qualified realtor who has a track record of winning multiple bid offers.
Tulips in Seattle
Rare view fixer opportunity on desirable west slope of QA. Transform this large 4,000sf legal triplex into a wonderful period view home or keep as triplex. Situated atop the west hill on a quiet street, this home offers expansive sound & mountain sunset views from every level. Situated on lrg double lot, remodel or build your dream home in a high end neighborhood near excellent schools. Rent the basement while remodeling or use as a MIL apt. Can be an owner occupied income producing triplex. Listing ID: 741846
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Good news for the real estate market.
NEW YORK —
Americans were shopping in January, but not every store was feeling the love.
Retailers reported mixed sales results for the month in a sign that U.S. consumers continue to be cautious about when and where they spend their money in the shaky economy
Overall, merchants on Thursday reported a 4.8 percent increase for January, according to the International Council of Shopping Center’s tally of 20 retailers. That’s above the 3 percent gain that ICSC had expected
Home sales deals were up nationwide in June from May, although they fell in the Seattle area.
Pending sales, which may not close but represent more-recent activity, were up by a seasonally adjusted 2.4 percent from May to June nationwide, the National Association of Realtors reported. King county pending sales fell by an unadjusted 3.4 percent from May (compared with an unadjusted nationwide increase of 5.7 percent), according to the most-recent report from the Northwest Multiple Listing Service.
The Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) is a program available to homeowners over the age of 62. The HECM is a type of reverse mortgage that enables homeowners who have little or no mortgage balance to borrow against the equity in their home. The main benefit of this type of loan is that it allows seniors to convert home equity into cash. The FHA insurance program insures this HUD approved loan. This is a good option for senior homeowners who have a small outstanding mortgage and want to cash it out without selling their homes.