Fife, WA Real Estate News

By Debi Braulik, Selling Maple Valley to Fife WA Homes For Sale
(www.roundrealestate.com)
Every week I pull the sales trends of the cities in my community- Fife, Edgewood, Milton, and Federal Way. And as 2009 draws to a close and we head into 2010, I thought I would share some staggering statistics.  At any given week in Fife, WA there are, on average, 42 current, active listings on the Northwest MLS. They range in price from $167,950 to $579,950. Of the 42, seven are owned by and offered for sale by the builder, 10 are owned by and offered for sale by a private party homeowner, and the remaining 25 are either bank owned or require third party approval (and are short sales). That is a whopping 60% of homes on the market that are foreclosures and short sales!! The subdivisions that are hit the hardest are Radiance (all divisions including Sunset) and Saddle Creek. And to make...
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By Larry Wright
(nwRealty.Com)
First things first - Many thanks to Sivanu Maulupe for starting this group.We usually host a few series of "Friends & Family" mini-tourneys throughout the year.  They are more social than competitive, with just $2 buy-ins.  Although these games are loads of fun, most players are unskilled ... which doesn't help improve my personal game.  Admittedly, I'm just an amateur wanna be.We have numerous casinos and card rooms in the area and most of them hold regular tournaments to lure more players to their cash game tables (where the house really makes money).  The problem is that most of these tourneys have buy-ins around $100.  This may not sound bad, but whenl you consider playing two or three tourneys a week ... you could easily be down $1000 after a month of play.  So in my search for an ...
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