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Moving into a new home? We know how exciting it can be! We’ve compiled a list of a few things you can do after your move to make sure your experience is comfortable. The hardest part of a move is getting settled in, after that, let’s handle a few loose ends that sometimes get forgotten about till the last minute.


Be sure to check all the appliances to ensure everything is still in working order after the move. You want to make sure nothing was broken in the move or stopped working suddenly. Look at things such as your stove, dishwasher, washer and dryer, refrigerator, and microwave. If you brought any appliances yourself and you used movers, you’ll want to make sure everything still works with them, since mover’s

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Brokers seeing "simple economic recipe for a softening housing market"

  • Active Listing Inventory Surges 47%
  • Median Home Price in KC DROPPED 1.6% in June from May
  • New Listings Outgain Sales
  • Fewer Multiple Offers Reported
  • Price Reductions Hit the Housing Market as Sellers Sense Buyers Pulling Back

KIRKLAND, Washington (July 5, 2018) - Home buyers around many parts of Washington state had more choices and less competition during June, prompting some industry leaders to comment on "a feeling of change in the market."

"Inventory is up and demand has dropped," reported Robert Wasser, an officer with the board of directors at Northwest Multiple Listing Service. That combination is "a pretty simple economic recipe for a softening

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