2904 S Proctor St, Tacoma, WA 98409

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$282,500

3 bedrooms; 3 bathrooms; 1,431 square feet

Don’t miss this fresh & bright townhome! You’ll appreciate newer paint & floors thru-out, open floorplan & luxury vinyl plank on the main flr. Enjoy the cozy gas fireplace, stainless steel kitchen apps & master bedrm w/vaulted ceiling, Mt Rainier view & lighted double closets. The master bath includes elegant tile backsplash & skylight. Features include a loft ideal for work/studying, bedrm & bath on main, & bedrm w/ensuite bath up. Relax, BBQ or garden on your private patio. There’s numerous closets, as well as storage space & shelves in the tandem garage. All appliances include a transferable warranty. Huntington Hill is a beautiful & conveniently located gated community w/visitor/extra parking on the E side of the bldg & in other areas.

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The Washington REALTORS® had some big wins this week!


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The Washington REALTORS® advocates for REALTORS® and their clients, and we had some big wins this week! ALL real estate sales will be exempt from the new capital gains tax, and the bill for rent control died. Contact me if you have questions about the government affairs that affect your real estate goals; I’ll be happy to help! 🤝

A Summary of My 2020

I’m extremely grateful for all the referrals I received that allowed me to help 21 sellers and buyers in 2020! While managing an office and then opening my own, it was definitely a hustle, but I never mind hustling to help my clients and brokers!

Washington REALTORS® Legislative Day 2021

REALTORS around the state of Washington, including myself, will be meeting with our legislators today to discuss housing solutions for 2021: how to make housing available and affordable, and to erase out-dated racial covenants.

For information about our efforts: MyNeighborWa.com

24203 204th Ave SE, Maple Valley, WA 98038

$649,900

3 bedrooms + office; 2 bathrooms; 2,230 square feet

Remodeled rambler with newer roof and gutters with guards, fresh interior and exterior paint, new bathrooms, newer kitchen and fresh landscaping. Enjoy hardwood and marble floors through-out, as well as vaulted ceilings with beams, newer large wood wrapped windows, 2 wood stoves and AC. The newer kitchen features expansive quartz counters and generous cabinets with soft close drawers. Your new master bathroom includes a wide jetted tub, marble shower and double sinks. The office has a closet; could be a 4th bedroom. A sizable new covered deck is located off the living room and is wired for a hot tub. You’ll appreciate privacy at the end of a dead-end street, as well as the spacious, level fully-fenced lot with electric gate. Outbuildings include a large shed with ramp and wood shed. Don’t miss this!

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Sold 1/21/21

Trick or Treat! How to adapt your home for candy-seekers this Halloween

If you’re participating in the spookiest holiday this year, a few adjustments can make for a safer Halloween.

Like many holidays and celebrations in 2020, Halloween is sure to look different due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For those who plan on doling out candy for their neighborhood ghosts and goblins, consider these ideas for a safer way to accommodate trick-or-treaters.

Arrange candy outside

The CDC is recommending “one-way trick-or-treating” this year for those still partaking in Halloween. Rather than having children ring the doorbell, arrange candy outside in advance for curbside pick-up. This way, children can visit your house for treats in a contact-free manner.

Instead of the traditional candy bowl, consider filling small bags with a few pieces of candy and lining them up on the front steps or driveway. These Halloween goodie bags mean you can stay inside the house and trick-or-treaters avoid the germs that come with rifling through a communal bowl.

Get creative

Have extra string lying around? Create a zipline – perfect for transporting contact-free confections – from your front door to the sidewalk. Or, if you love a good engineering challenge, encourage neighbors to a friendly competition to see who can build the most creative system for delivering candy.

Put out hand sanitizer

If accessible, place a hand sanitizer bottle with a pump-top outside to encourage neighbors to clean their hands in passing.

If your house won’t be participating in trick or treating this year, you can still enjoy the holiday by:

  • Decorating the house’s exterior with creepy, crawly and festive décor.
  • Carving or painting pumpkins.
  • Watching scary movies.
  • Enjoying Halloween treats, like pudding “dirt” cups, candy corn and, of course, your favorite pieces of candy.

Candidate Interviews for State Legislative Positions within King County

As a member of the Seattle King County REALTORS® Government Affairs Committee and a REALTOR® Political Action Committee major investor, I’m very happy to be participating in candidate interviews for state legislative positions within south King County. We get to know the candidates better, their top legislative issues and discuss where they stand on the following issues important to home owners, sellers, landlords, tenants and REALTORS®:

  • Growth Management Act
  • State Capital Gains Tax
  • Rent Control and Tenant Protections
  • Real Estate Excise Tax
  • Homelessness
  • Point of Sale Mandates

Interviewers help decide if the candidate should receive the REALTORS’ endorsement and funding from RPAC. The Seattle King County REALTORS® offers a Voting Guide for the public and REALTORS® to make informed decisions about which candidates will support housing opportunities and vibrant communities. Please reach out to me for more information and/or if you have any questions!

21613 49th Ave Ct E, Spanaway, WA 98387

$359,900

3 bedrooms; 2 bathrooms; 1,129 square feet

Cool-Cool-Cool! A relaxing water feature greets everyone at this home w/a bright open floorplan & AC. You’ll appreciate new windows & wood flrs, newer roof, exterior paint & plumbing. Beautifully updated kitch & baths inc granite counters, flat-top range, pantry, island w/eating area open to dining & living rms. Enjoy a cozy wood fire in the fireplace or fire pit. Large, level fully-fenced yard w/deck & gazebo. Finished shed w/ heat/AC. Finished lrg garage; boat/trailer parking. Don’t miss this!

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Sold 9/18/20 for $370,500

3201 Pacific Ave #1007, Tacoma, WA 98418

$309,900

2 bedrooms; 1.75 bathrooms; 1,281 square feet

Enjoy stunning Tacoma and Commencement Bay views from this beautiful high-rise condo that includes a common garage space, as well as an individual garage w/ lots of storage. Completely modern w/ granite kitchen counters & newer tile floors, built-in desk/work area, closet organizers & wine rack. Enjoy AC, Mt Rainier views from a bedroom & instant hot water. Pacific Tower is a secure building w/ a welcoming lobby, has a clubhouse w/ exercise rm, elevators & storage for each unit. Don’t miss this!

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3119 Grandview Dr W, University Place, WA 98466

$354,900

3 bedrooms; 1 bathroom; 1,199 square feet

Updated & move-in ready! You’ll appreciate the newer roof, hardie plank siding & vinyl windows. Enjoy hardwood flrs through-out, new light fixtures & all rooms on the main level, except for 1 bedrm. Refreshed kitchen & bathrm w/ new SS dishwasher, microwave, pedestal sink & tile shower. Huge utility rm w/ sink & tons of storage/pantry; deep garage w/ lots of storage too. Relax in the large, level, fully-fenced backyard w/ patio, shed & large gate. Paved RV/boat/trailer parking. Don’t miss this!

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Sold 8/20/20 for $389,000