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BURLINGTON

320 S Burlington Blvd Burlington, WA 98233 (360) 755-9494

sedRo-Woolley

$89,950

Level & wooded 5 acre tract with some marketable timber. Wetland delineation complete, Septic design in for approval. History of good wells in the neighborhood. 15 minutes from Bellingham or Burlington. Convenience to nearby towns but still living rural. MLS #1479187

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$394,500

Gorgeous, desirable backyard! Home offers shy 1900 SF, 3+ BR, 2.25 baths. Built in 2016, nice location. Spacious kitchen w/ granite counters, hardwood floors. Gas heat, tankless water heater. Lg slider off dining area to patio Lg. water feature & pond. MLS #1490537

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‘Chip & Joanna’ style barn house on 20 Acres, 5 BR’s, 5 BA in main house. Older 3 BR, 2 BA mobile ADU. 9 stall barn, tack room, hay storage, shop/garage. Homes need work. Cash or re-hab financing. MLS #1526703

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RockpoRt cascade Road, 54105, RockpoRt

$449,900

Directions: East of Hwy 20, South on Hwy 530, East to Rockport Cascade Road. NEW HOME ON 20 ACRES! Enjoy the peace & serenity of the Cascades. 3 bd, 2 ba + office home, a 24 x 36 garage/shop & second unfinished 728 sq.ft. home w/its own well septic. MLS #1501526

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Lisa Boon Meyer 420-6608

Kirk Campbell 770-7470

Ron Van Pelt 333-1045

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NIKKI GANSKE TAHLIA HONEA 360-941-8999 360-333-5815

Gorgeous Cascade Mountain Custom Chalet on 4.6 private acres nestled amid the bald eagle sanctuary. Granite counter & T&G wood throughout. Huge open yard with garden space, fruit trees & a green house, surrounded by pristine forest with seasonal creek. Skagit River view. Open kitchen, cherry cabinets & high end stainless appliances. Main could be used as master. This craftsman home is any outdoor enthusiasts dream, within mins to biking, fishing, hiking, Sauk Mtn Trail & the acclaimed Cascadia Farm. MLS#1521077

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Taking Control QUESTION:

We have a home with a $300,000 loan balance at 3.875%. Because it’s VA, we have to go through an escrow company for taxes and insurance. Our payment amount includes extra for a reserve. My question is when does it make sense to refinance so I can eliminate escrow and control my own payments?

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A monthly mortgage payment generally consists of two parts. First, there are the principal and interest payments related to the loan. Then, there can be additional costs for the escrow account – sometimes called an “impound” account -- for such things as property taxes and homeowners insurance. If you have a fixed-rate mortgage you know the monthly cost for principal and interest. They are

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fixed for the life of the loan. Escrow charges can vary. Property taxes, for example, can go up. The same with insurance and other expenses. The amount that can be collected in escrow charges is limited. In basic terms, the maximum amount that an escrow account can hold is equal to 12 months of payments, a two-month cushion, and not more than $50. You must receive an annual statement showing escrow activity. If more than $50 in excess funds are in the account the extra money must be returned to you. If you want to avoid an escrow account you will need at least 20 percent equity when you buy or refinance. With 20 percent equity lenders will not require the use of an escrow account, though many borrowers want one. You are directly responsible for making tax and insurance payments if the lender does not maintain an escrow account The bottom line is this: whether the money is put in an escrow account or you collect it yourself

there are required payments associated with homeownership. If those payments are late or not made there can be serious consequences. An escrow account is very simply an enforced type of savings. It assures required payments can be made. While one can argue that making payments yourself and collecting interest is beneficial, the reality is that interest rates today are so low that it’s hardly worth the effort. If the idea is to invest in stocks and bonds there is the very real possibility that investment values might decline and therefore the money for required payments won’t be there. Given the pros and cons associated with escrow accounts it’s likely that you’re best served by having the money collected each month by the lender. It’s easy, cheap and ends worries that required tax, insurance and other payments won’t be made. Email peter@ctwfeatures.com.

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Great recreational property in peaceful gated Janicki Cove community. Sale includes a very nice 2014 travel trailer that is 39 feet long, furnished, and is set up on the lot.There is also a nice 10 x 16 storage building next to the trailer. $99,500 #1521146

Build your new home on this beautiful parklike 19+ ac lot. Property has been maintained, landscaped, & is very private with wildlife. Property offers timber grade trees that could provide a future income source. $349,000 #1410178

Excellent condition, outstanding views, large deck, & 3,000 SF of living space. 3BD/2.5BA, office could be 4th bdrm, kitchen with large center island open to family rm w/gas frpl. Great landscaping, circular driveway, attached 3 car garage & total privacy. $659,500 #1380166

Brand new 4 bdrm home located on half-acre lot with gorgeous views of the Nookachamp Valley & surrounding mtns. Hardwood, carpet, nice size kitchen with large island, great deck off rear, & attached 3 car garage. $619,000 #1303142

Hilltop home with view! Cute, old-fashioned kitchen w/plenty of storage, large living/dining/ & sunroom. 3BD.2.5BA, basement boasts extra rooms, utility space, and separate entrance. Catch the sunsets in the evenings! NEW PRICE $348,000 #1512197

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1405 Heather Ln, Sedro Woolley $305,000 2 Beds/1.5 Baths/930 Sqft/.19 Acre Lot Neat as a pin! Close to town but you feel like you are in the country. Newer roof, kitchen w/soft close cabinets & great pull out shelves to help with storage. New heat pump shed & RV parking. New Deck! New blinds & fridge. Terri Heynsten 360-391-0938 #1527848

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27809 State Route 20, Sedro Woolley $395,000 2 Beds/1 Bath/1,344 Sqft/1.8 Acres Lot Quality built one level home w/flooring, beautiful cabinetry & cedar lined closets. Unfinished basement & approx 560 s/f detached bonus room w/a wood fireplace & loft, Potential to be additional living space. Detached shop/garage offers plenty of space for all the extras. Linda Eastman 360-202-4075 #1526711

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14153 Cove Ct, Anacortes $539,000 3 Beds/2.5 Baths/2,206 Sqft/.404 Acre Lot Beautiful & private level entry Ranch style home on a large corner lot! Open vaulted living rm with fireplace and formal dining rm. Lg bonus room off kitchen w/ breakfast nook that opens to inviting private patio(s) Jeannine Reinig 360-724-8555 Tracy Peterson-Foy 360-708-1833 #1480873 W

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2618 Fir Crest Blvd, Anacortes $580,000 5 Beds/2.5 Baths/3,001 Sqft/.13 Acre Lot Magnificent Craftsman home in desirable neighborhood. No better PPSF on market for quality. South facing near end of cul-de-sac. Attractive home features. Interior features 9’ ceilings, beautiful moldings, extensive hdwd flrs, Kohler fixtures, gourmet ktch w/granite counters & SS appliances Large garage & fenced yard. Paul Weisz 360-391-7281 #1462180

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$549,000 3429 Lindsay Pl, Mt. Vernon 3 Beds/2.5 Baths/2,796 Sqft/.22 Acre Lot Enjoy a classic custom-built home nestled against a greenbelt w/views of Mt. Erie & Skagit Valley. Open & inviting floor plan w/living area, kitchen w/custom built-ins. Master en-suite w/charming balconette to watch the sunsets. Fully fenced back yard, with storage shed. Dawn Harman 360-540-0058 #1520809

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2305 Highland Dr, Anacortes $667,500 5 Beds/3.5 Baths/2,548 Sqft/.23 Acre Lot Views of the sparkling Salish Seas,Olympic Mt. Range & San Juan Islands frm this main level living, day-light basement custom designed home. Duel living spaces allow for flexibility with a full 2nd kitchen and family room downstairs. Over sized garage + shop/RV/Boat garage. Colleen Craig 360-770-9638 #1525670

4807 Glasgow Wy, Anacortes $845,000 3 Beds/3.5 Baths/3,993 Sqft/.2 Acre Lot Elegant, expansive & bright contemporary home located in desirable Skyline. Custom built with floor to ceiling windows to absorb the magnificent views. Great rooms on both levels allow for creative living and a graceful flow to outdoor spaces and decks while enjoying the ever-changing sunsets. Elizabeth La Rance 206-747-0676 #1467762 NE

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484 Madrona Dr, San Juan Isl $860,000 3 Beds/2 Baths/1,591 Sqft/.606 Acre Lot Home at waters edge with clear views to Sidney and Vancouver Island. A popular vacation rental with $50k yr. gross, this home boasts a warm, lofty open concept in a neutral palette with emphasis on simplicity and casual elegance. Travis Mager 360-298-0628 #1526406

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574 Klamath Dr, La Conner $549,000 3 Beds/2.5 Baths/3,183 Sqft/.335 Acre Lot Breathtaking views! Absolutely stunning NW Contemporary custom home. Light streams into great room, w/high ceilings & clerestory windows. Fabulous gourmet kitchen w/all Viking appliances, farm style sink, & large eating bar. Private lot, located in Shelter Bay. Jackie Stone 360-661-2247 #1483285

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2320 37th St, Anacortes $649,000 3 Beds/Full, 3/4, 1/2 Baths/2,658 Sqft/.18 Acre Lot Contemporary, modern & cozy. Vaulted ceiling featuring warm wood accents, french door office, concrete floors w/ radiant heat, open kitchen, master suite w/ attached 5 piece bth. Partially fenced plus work shed w/ electricity & raised garden beds. Gina Davis 360-708-7794 #1526738

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305 Chinook Wy, Center Isl. $399,000 2 Beds/1.5 Baths/800 Sqft/.471 Acre Lot Turn key and waiting for you! Warm wood paneling, vaulted ceilings, large windows. Composite decking at front entry and back deck keeps maintenance to a minimum. trail to beachfront deck and stairs provides easy access to the water. Unfinished daylight basement. DSL available. Sarah Jones 360-333-2783 #1446901

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2102 Pennsylvania Ct, Anacortes $715,000 5 Beds/2.75 Baths/2,617 Sqft/.191 Acre Lot Like new home at the end of a quiet cul de sac. Main level living w/ an open concept kitchen. Enjoy the outdoors spaces and peek a boo view from deck conveniently located off kitchen for BBQ’ing etc. Craftsman style exterior w/ covered porch. Great central location to town or NAS Whidbey. Jessica Notaro 360-202-1441 #1527693

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In the market for a new home? Start the process on the right foot Smart buyers seek out skilled real estate agents

Home buyers spend more and more of their search time online, scanning listings and real estate sites. “But the human factor – namely a skilled agent -- still provides value,” says Denise Akason, adjunct lecturer at the real estate center, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. “For one thing, agents can provide insight about a home’s features and flaws that’s not available online,” says Akason. In fact, online data on current list prices and recent sale amounts can actually mislead buyers since the Internet doesn’t capture certain information, like whether a kitchen has new appliances or if a home shows signs of past water damage. The National Association of Realtors’ {NAR} latest 6

study shows that most buyers do use an agent, but that 75 percent don’t consider more than one agent to represent them. Akason suggests interviewing a few, asking questions like: Do you regularly view brokers’ opens on properties I’m likely to be interested in? Only agents are able to tour homes in “brokers’ opens,” which occur right when a property is listed. By regularly visiting these opens, agents might find homes that don’t look appealing online but are worth seeing in person. Could you tell me about instances when you’ve pointed out a feature that a buyer might not realize is important?

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f you’re a twenty- or thirtysomething and yearn to reach the homeownership summit, you probably face a tall climb—one that’s steeper than that scaled by previous generations. That’s a forecast supported by hard facts but also skewed by misinformed perceptions among millennials, many of whom mistakenly believe that buying and owning is far out of their reach. Consider the results of two recent polls. Per an 1800Contacts survey, more than four in five millennials who want to own a home fear they will have more difficulty buying than earlier generations, and only 48 percent desire to own versus 70 percent of Gen Z, their younger rivals. Meanwhile, a LendEDU report reveals that 29 percent believe it will take six to 20 years to become a homeowner, 55 percent felt a lack of knowledge about mortgages and homeownership was preventing them from owning, and half admitted that lack of savings or low income was blocking their path to owning. Truth is, it’s hard for many millennials to afford a home nowadays. But with the OCTOBER 11, 2019

Millennials face issues when it comes to homeownership right planning and financial habits, they can eventually overcome these obstacles, the pros concur. “Many are still paying off massive school debt and finishing up higher education,” says Dean Sklar, an agent with The Sklar Team Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate Florida in Weston, Florida. “Plenty of them are also getting a later start in their careers, pursuing nontraditional careers, and earning their income as multiple job holders, freelancers, and self-employed entrepreneurs—a trend that many mortgage lenders are slow to understand that can prevent them from qualifying for a loan.” Remember, as well, that lots of Gen Yers were also rattled by the experience of the Great Recession, when many jobs and homes were lost, forcing many to boomerang back home with mom and dad or trust in renting vs. owning. Add to these factors “higher home prices and a cost of living that is much higher than it was for earlier gen-

erations,” Sklar says. “The median U.S. salaries for ages 30 and 35 are around $42,000 and $50,000 a year, respectively. At these rates, it’s nearly impossible to save the recommended 20 percent down payment in cities where the entry level home or condo can cost a lot more,” notes Stephanie Bousley, a Los Angelesbased financial consultant and author. “Most millennials who are heavily in debt or having financial difficulty don’t allow themselves to think about homeownership because it seems so unattainable and depressing.” But Jia Xie, assistant professor of finance at Cal State Fullerton, insists that homeownership for multitudes of millennials is realistic without the long wait, provided they adopt a different mindset. “They need more education on mortgages and personal finance in general. They need to better understand the benefits and costs of being a homeowner, including the ability to build personal wealth by owning real

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3501 SeneCa Dr, mounT Vernon OPeN HOUse, sAT, 11-2PM

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Customized home with a wealth of kitchen cabinets, fantastic view overlooking bay and waterfront. Large, wraparound deck piped for propane barbecues; garden space. Huge, detached three bay garage with additional shop, work room and storage. Separate suite with kitchen and separate utility room. 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms on each side. Shared electric and water. 1st month’s rent plus deposit equal to one month’s rent. Non-refundable $53 application fee per occupant 18+ years. Danya Wolf Carla Fischer 360-708-8294 360-982-0010 No pets, no smoking.

1630 uniSon PlaCe mounT Vernon, Wa 98274

$699,000 22904 BumBleBee lane, mounT Vernon

So much potential, awesome private setting! Classic large home on the 12th Fairway in Beautiful Eaglemont Golf Course Community. 3 stories w/ plenty of room. Gracious entertaining living room, dining and kitchen & great room w/gas fireplace,opens to 2 brand new decks.Upstairs w/3 bedroom suite w/ own bath. Down stairs w/ separate entrance great for a Mother-in-law suite, 3 car garage. Brand new roof & freshly painted home. Be sure to check out Eaglemont Beautiful Club House & Restaurant & views! John Hunter Elva Hunter MLS# 1490544 360-202-3086 360-202-3086

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Let PSE Pay You! Solar 2 way net meter for PSE. Beautifully maintained 3 bed/1.75 bath home on cul de sac. Kitchen offers natural gas range, butler pantry. Living area features 3 sided natural gas fireplace, built-in book shelves. Professionally landscaped yard for easy maintenance and drought tolerance. This secluded yard includes a beautiful and peaceful water feature. Enjoy a quiet evening relaxing on your Trex decking, under a mature grape vine arbor while watching the stars from your private yard. Lifetime transferrable warranty for Penguin triple pane windows. 10 year warranty on the solar panels. 25 year warranty for Suzanne Jenkins Buyer’s agent crawlspace. MLS# 1514550 360-941-2983

Seminario de educación para comprador de casa Presentado por Yolanda Sakuma, Skagit Tradition Realty en conjunción con Pia Costales Ortiz, NMLS: 1690069 US Bank Información valiosa para compradores de casa: • Programas de préstamo disponibles • Comprando con cero % • Credito y presupuesto • Asistencia para el pago inicial FECHA: Sabado, Octubre e 12, 2019 HORA: 10:00 a.m. a 3:00 p.m. DONDE: Skagit Tradition Realty 3780 E College Way, Mount Vernon Comida proveída para nuestro descanso de media hora Por favor de registrarse contactando a Yolanda o Pia ofrecido en cooperación con WSHFC para más información visite : www.WSHFC.gov Pia S Costales Ortiz Loan Officer, Skagit Valley Home Lending US Bank Home Mortgage NMLS #1690069 • Cell: (360) 941-3236 Office: (360) 755-1025 • Fax: (360) 424-0622 Pia.costalesortiz@usbank.com Yolanda Sakuma Agente de bienes raices Skagit Tradition Realty (360) 421-0435 • ysakuma30@gmail.com

$950,000 18 Trillium lane, ConCreTe, Wa 98237

Special property on a very private 1.5 acres minutes from town. Custom handcrafted, Craftsman home featuring 2278 sqft, office, main level master & a second master upstairs. Dining & living room showcasing custom stain glass windows. Kitchen w/granite counters, handcrafted cabinets. Beautiful oak floors. Detached MIL home is 702 sqft, 1 bed/1bath with a 2 car garage. Separate 1080 sqft shop; Pond and Waterfall. Danya Wolf Elva Hunter 360-708-8294 360-202-3086 Fabulous home! MLS# 1494916

3789 e. DiViSion ST., mounT Vernon

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$39,000

Lovely future building site requisite on using water catchment system to obtain building permit. Currently precluded from using wells in development. Power to property. Nicely treed level tract of land with open area ready for building in the future. Paved street. Walking distance to Rasar State Park! Danya Wolf 360-708-8294 MLS# 1475444

$405,000

Main level entry with balance of living area upstairs. This contemporary home has 3 bedrooms, 1 3/4 baths. Kitchen offers SS appliances, breakfast bar, ample cuplbords and pantry; door leads to covered deck. Open living/ dining room features gas fireplace. Master bedroom has large 3/4 bath w/shower, double vanity and walk in closet. Lots of storage off tandem garage with room for up to 4 vehicles. Large .33 acre fenced yard. Great location, convenient to schools, shopping, recreation Sherry Ruderman Buyer’s agent and community. MLS# 1508605 (360) 540-1552

1513 meaDoWlarK lane, mounT Vernon

$375,000

Spacious rambler offers recent paint; abundance of ‘nooks and crannies’ for additional living spaces and storage. Stone fireplace makes stunning focal point in main living area. Carport and 2 car garage provide ample parking and extra storage; area behind carport could be workshop. Lovely and private back yard features tool shed and beautiful, sturdy new deck to enjoy your mature landscape. 29/100 acre lot. Ready for new flooring. Danya Wolf 360-708-8294 MLS# 1518745

32248 S lYman FerrY rD, SeDro WoolleY

$549,000

Must See to appreciate this log home on 2 acres. Current owner built with many unique stunning details. A variety of old growth woods blend for an amazing aesthetic. Maple counters, pecan floors, cedar beams and Ponderosa Pine ceiling. Entertaining space: Indoor has lots of seating & Outdoor has decks and patio bbq area with adjacent bonus room. Attached 3 car garage with grease/work pit. Huge 30’ X 60’ shop. Large garden space, fruit Yolanda Sakuma Carla Fischer trees - apple, cherry, pear. 360-982-0010 360-421-0435

$650,000

10+ Acres

Brand new home in sought after Eaglemont Golf Course Community! Luxury living in this custom 3,315 sq.ft. home, light and bright 4 bedroom 3 1/2 bath. Lg kitchen w/SS appliances, granite counters & island. Great room w/gas fireplace, deck overlooking nature. Main floor living w/master & bath w/jetted tub, shower & walk-in closet, utility room. Upstairs w/ 2nd master & bath +2 bedrooms. Additional SF downstairs ready to complete, AC & tankless water heater. Situated on a quiet peaceful street! Elva Hunter MLS# 1405852 360-202-3086

1005 aSPen lane, BurlingTon

$450,000

Better than new! 3 Bed + bonus room. Great room with gas fireplace. Awesome spacious kitchen w/stainless appliances, granite countertops, dining room, hardwood floor, blinds throughout. Main floor has master w/bath & walk-in closet, utility w/ half bath. Upstairs 2 bed, full bath, bonus room/office, open area forTV/entertainment. Beautiful fenced landscaped yard, lg. shed & plenty of parking! Heat pump & tankless water heater. 2 car garage! Sherry Ruderman Elva Hunter Buyer’s agent 360-202-3086 (360) 540-1552 MLS# 1498779

for voting US “2019 Skagit’S BeSt”

Great 10 acre development property for higher end homes or Planned Unit Development. Amenities include: Public Utility District Water, Cascade Natural Gas, Puget Power (Puget Sound Energy), high speed internet, city garbage pickup and access to city sewer. Beautiful Wooded property with territorial view and open park-like setting. Includes vintage home with basement and detached garage, and is currently Danya Wolf rented. MLS# 1299587 360-708-8294

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360.424.0300

3780 E. College Way, Mount Vernon

www.skagittraditionrealty.com 19448890

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