WINDERMERE NORTH BLOG

QUARTERLY REPORTS Q3 2021

Oct 18, 2021

QUARTERLY REPORTS Q3 2021 As we start the fourth quarter of 2021, homeowners are sitting on top of a heap of appreciation. Annual median price growth has been unprecedented. Pandemic-driven moves, historically low interest rates, and limited inventory have all played into this phenomenon. The third quarter saw price growth start to level out as many […]

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2021 Year-to-Date Real Estate Market Review

Sep 22, 2021

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, the 2021 real estate market has been a head-turner! In the second half of 2020, once we started to emerge from the COVID lockdown, the real estate market started to bustle with activity. 2020 ended up being a robust real estate year driven by low interest […]

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Pumpkin Patches & Fall Activities

Sep 20, 2021

Nothing feels more like fall than pumpkin picking, hay rides and corn mazes. Get your latte in hand and head out to any one of these great, local farms to have some harvest fun and find that perfect jack-o-lantern to light up your porch. Please be sure to verify and take note of each farm’s […]

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Newsletter – Q2 Gardner Report & Summer Food Drive Recap

Aug 16, 2021

  At Windermere, we are fortunate to have Matthew Gardner as our Chief Economist. In fact, we are one of the only real estate companies in the country to have such a well-respected expert sitting in this role. Not only is Matthew an asset to Windermere brokers and their clients, but he is a coveted […]

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8 Ways to Make Back to School Easier

Aug 9, 2021

The first day of school sneaks up so fast… summer is here and then gone in a flash! Whether your child is anxious or excited about the start of a more “normal” school year, here are some practical tips to help start things off on the right foot.   Start talking about it. New teacher, […]

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Whatcom County Quarterly Market Reports Q2 2021

Jul 19, 2021

The 2021 real estate market continues to be hot! Tight inventory has been a result of intense buyer demand fueled by historically low interest rates and the lucrative tech industry in our area. Also, moves brought about by the COVID effect of remote work options and some people moving towards retirement have brought additional buyers to the […]

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