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Bellingham, Washington has a small town feeling with all the amenities of a larger city. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy Bellingham's natural beauty from the waters of Bellingham Bay to the snowy slopes of Mt. Baker there is truly something for everyone. Cultural opportunities are broad, with internationally recognized music festivals and art events. Real Estate options are diverse from turn of the century craftsman style homes to luxury waterfront condominiums, there is housing to fit every lifestyle.

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April 6th, 2020

April Real Estate UPDATE for Bellingham & Whatcom County

April Real Estate UPDATE for Bellingham & Whatcom County

Even though most of use are home bound, home sales are still happening and the real estate market is still moving thanks to some amazing technology. Every week we keep track of how many homes are for sale around Bellingham and Whatcom County and how many of those homes have pending offers on them. Pending is the time …

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April 6th, 2020

Spring Nest Cookies, Perfect for Easter!

Spring Nest Cookies, Perfect for Easter!

During this time when many of us are at home, we thought you might like this fun Easter themed recipe! These adorable nest shaped cookies are always a hit. The cookies are simple to make and even the kiddos like to get involved. One point to mention, they are pretty messy to make, so prepare yourself folks. Ingredients: …

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April 2nd, 2020

April Showers Bring Low Mortgage Rates

April Showers Bring Low Mortgage Rates

We are all practicing social distancing and staying at home. You could be looking online for our future dream home. There is a possibility you are thinking of selling ,because you figured out that you need more room or you want to downsize. You could be completely content with where you are living and just want to refinance …

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March 30th, 2020

Property Tax Deadline Extended for Whatcom County

Property Tax Deadline Extended for Whatcom County

Whatcom County Treasurer Steve Oliver signed an order extending the first half property tax due date to June 1st for individual and commercial taxpayers that pay taxes themselves.  If you can still pay your taxes on time, it's still urged that you continue to do so. The Treasurer’s Office is also …

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March 30th, 2020

4 KEY SKILLS TO COPE WITH SOCIAL DISTANCING

4 KEY SKILLS TO COPE WITH SOCIAL DISTANCING

As most states are under stay-at-home orders, many schools switch to online learning, and many businesses encourage (or require) employees to work remotely, we’re facing a changing world. It can be challenging to adjust to these new professional and personal circumstances. Here are some best practices to help you stay …

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