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By Michael Eisenberg, Bellingham Real Estate Guy
(eXp Realty)
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Here is a graphical view of April's residential Real Estate Sales for Bellingham as compared to last year. Looks like we had a slight increase in average sales price. 9 fewer homes sold this year and they took 12 more days to sell. I will have a similar chart for condo's in Bellingham coming soon.

By Eric Badgley, Bellingham Real Estate
(Keller Williams)
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Bellingham MortgagesThe first step in purchasing real estate is finding a home loan that meets your needs.  There are many loan packages available.  It's important to get pre-approved before looking at homes, you don't want to waste your precious time looking at homes that are out of your price r...

By Chuck Christensen
(Your Financial Coach)
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Hard money is just that....money when you need it that is hard to get...mainly because someone or something does not meet the normal loan requirements. But needs to get something done...at any cost to avoid loosing everything. This could incluse low or no credit scores. real property that does no...
The debate on the best way to modernize and revitalize the FHA (Federal Housing Administration) is up and running. There could be a significant increase in FHA lending if these changes do occur.  Last month there was the introduction of two new bills in the House and one in the Senate designed to...

By Eric Badgley, Bellingham Real Estate
(Keller Williams)
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Lake WhatcomLake Whatcom is the Bellingham area's recreational area, plus habitat to several beautiful lakefront communities. The lake Whatcom begins at Bellingham's eastern perimeter, and extends southeast extended on the Cascades, offering a immense doorway point into the scenic depopulated are...

By Eric Badgley, Bellingham Real Estate
(Keller Williams)
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Sudden ValleyNestled among 1500 acres of trees and located along the banks of Lake Whatcom, Sudden Valley is a growing community just 10 minutes from downtown Bellingham. Amenities of Sudden Valley Real Estate owners consist of community clubhouse and barn, swimming pool, tennis courts, playgroun...

By Steven L. Smith, Bellingham WA Home Inspector
(King of the House Home Inspection, Inc.)
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If you are thinking about moving to Bellingham, one thing is certain. You should be happy with the cultural activities and the Bellingham Public Library. For years now, Bellingham has been ranked near the top in the nation as far as highest per capita use of the public library and it's collection...

By Eric Badgley, Bellingham Real Estate
(Keller Williams)
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Bellingham Real Esate agentEric Born and grew up in Whatcom County, He graduated from Ferndale High School in 2000 and began Hiscareer in sales. Eric Badgley is very aggressive and has knowledge of internet industrysuch as HTML, SEO, flash and Internet marketing.  Eric Badgley is a top agent at P...

By Eric Badgley, Bellingham Real Estate
(Keller Williams)
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Prudential Kelstrup RealtorsPrudential Kelstrup Realtors is home to nearly 40 agents.  Established in 1948, Kelstrup Realtors has been a leader in the Bellingham real esate market.  Prudential Kelstrup is home to some of the best agents including Eric Badgley & Angela Garnder.  Eric and Agnela cl...

By Steven L. Smith, Bellingham WA Home Inspector
(King of the House Home Inspection, Inc.)
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I remember being a kid in grade school, here in Bellingham, nearly 50 years ago. In many ways Bellingham is more sophisticated, and certainly bigger, than it was back then.  While it was more rural, and more rugged, back then, one change that is interesting is the amount of wildlife I see in town...

By Eric Badgley, Bellingham Real Estate
(Keller Williams)
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South Hill NighborhoodThere are a number of great places to live in Bellingham. If you like great views, quiet streets, and friendly neighbors--then South Hill Bellingham is the place for you. A forested hill nestled between Western Washington University's picturesque campus and the historic Fair...

By Steven L. Smith, Bellingham WA Home Inspector
(King of the House Home Inspection, Inc.)
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      Believe it or not, the image above and the link below, are promotional material depicting the soon to be Bay View Tower in Bellingham.  After some local debate, among residents and planners, people in Bellingham have been learning more about this new high rise condo that is going in by the ...

By Michael Eisenberg, Bellingham Real Estate Guy
(eXp Realty)
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Residents of Fairhaven have said they don't want tall bullrings in the area, according to a recent poll of Bellingham's south-side neighborhood. What they would like is preservation of the character of the historic neighborhood, followed by preserving the neighborhood's pedestrian emphasis, natur...
There is a popular option for borrowers aged 62 and older; The (HECM) FHA insured reverse mortgage. This is an option for homeowners owners age 62 and older to convert the equity in their home into monthly streams of income and/or a line of credit to be repaid when they no longer occupy the home....

By Eric Badgley, Bellingham Real Estate
(Keller Williams)
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Alabama Hill Neighborhood The Alabama Hill Neighborhoodis mainly of single family homes that were built around the  1960's and 1970's. Curved streets centered around cul-de-sacs and alley-less lots make the Alabama Hill private and sheltered from thru traffic.  The homes in the Alabama Hill Neigh...

By Eric Badgley, Bellingham Real Estate
(Keller Williams)
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Birchwood NeighborhoodThe Birchwood Neighborhood bellingham is an area of Northwest Bellingham. Most of the Birchwood Neighborhood consists of single family homes situated on large, deep lots surrounded by open fields and narrow streets. Citizens of the Birchwood Neighborhood Don't have to drive ...

By Kevin Huntley
(REMAX Whatcom County)
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Bellingham Marine TransportSpecialized Marine Transport and the "Tin Boat ll" is your ticket to the San Juan Islands. These guys haul everything from Camping needs, housing needs, lumber packages, vehicles, heavy equipment, even take people Scuba Diving,  and every thing else to all remote beach ...

By Eric Badgley, Bellingham Real Estate
(Keller Williams)
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Bellingham Virtual Tours70% of all home buyers use the Internet when purchasing a home.  Being able to look up information about the homes price, location, bedrooms etc.. is important; it is the age of the Internet now we are able see homes through Virtual Tours.  Bellingham Buyer Tours are great...

By Michael Eisenberg, Bellingham Real Estate Guy
(eXp Realty)
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Beginning May 29,Skybus Airlines will begin low-cost once-a-day flights from Bellingham to Columbus, Ohio.Why Columbus? That's the headquarters city for the new airline that is staking its success on offering the lowest available fares. From Columbus, the country's 15th largest city, local travel...

By Eric Badgley, Bellingham Real Estate
(Keller Williams)
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Edgemoor Neighborhood Bellingham Stuck between Chuckanut and Fairhaven, on a little extension of land you'll find the Edgemoor Neighborhood. There are a number of small communities to choose from inside Edgemoor real estate, every part of belonging to the Edgemoor Neighborhood Association, a non-...

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