Happy Valley (Sequim, WA)
By Chuck Marunde, Sequim Real Estate Broker
(Sequim & Port Angeles Real Estate)
Chuck Marunde | eXp Realty as Sequim & Port Angeles Real Estate | chuckmarunde@gmail.com | (360) 775-5424 1715 Happy Valley Road, Port Angeles, WA Beautiful custom home on 10 acres with barn and RV storage in private setting in Sequim, WA. 4BR/3BA Single Family House offered at $795,000 Year Built 1994 Sq Footage 3,997 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3 full, 0 partial Floors 1 Parking 2 Car garage Lot Size 10 acres HOA/Maint $0 per month DESCRIPTION Sequim home for sale: New on the market is this Sequim custom home on 10 acres in a private setting, only a few miles from downtown Sequim with custom cherry cabinetry, Avonite solid surface black countertops, stainless steel appliances, wine cellar, 4 bedrooms, a den, an office, hot tub, double car garage, sprinkler system, and comfort that says this...
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By Arthur Buhrer MLO 114080, Owner Broker/ Washington State
(Arthur Buhrer, Olympic Mortgage Services CL 1456034)
There is a lot of hype surrounding this. However, I don't think it will be all roses for good responsible borrowers.  These new loans will have to be FHA. How else are they going to insure them and the lenders who originate them? That means funding fees and monthly MI. Just to get down to 4% ?? What about the loan modifications? Will that be something a broker will be able to do? OR Are they going to rely on the lenders just like the failed HOPE program? Solution: Get Fannie and Freddie to play nice and move in a positive direction. They can remove all adverse market overlays, ltv restrictions, etc.. Bring back verbal verification for solid borrowers, and some SIVA loans for certain Borrowers. Take away hits for investment properties. Now I am talking about balance here. I am not sugges...
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By Judy Sage
(Windermere Sequim East)
As the new year is in its spiral to expire (to '09) we are faced with decisions regarding real estate marketing. Should we remain in this field, is there anything that we can do to open it up again or do we just resolve and hang in until we can not maintain any longer? I really would like your opinion.
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