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Back From Two Missions of Mercy!

One of the things I love most about my freelance real estate writing is that I can do it from anywhere.  

In November, I headed to Missouri to be temporary chauffer for a friend who was having neck surgery.  

In December I rushed to Arizona after getting news my sister-in-law had MAJOR complications from back surgery.  Her heart stopped for 20 minutes!  Yes, 20 minutes!   It's a true miracle she is alive and doing amazingly well now.

Now, I am happy to be back writing for my real estate agent clients from my desktop instead of laptop.  

Yours for happiness & prosperity,
Carol 

Real Estate Marketing Specialist
Web Copy Writer / Blogger / Listing Photographer


Posted on Friday, March 21, 2014 at 04:37PM by Registered CommenterCarol Williams in , | CommentsPost a Comment

No Pot-of-Gold Needed. I have a Real Estate Blog!

When it comes to buying real estate, you've all heard the old adage "LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION". I agree with that.  

And, when it comes to real estate marketing, making yourself become known as THE local expert in your market area, it is "BLOG, BLOG, BLOG".  

I discovered Blogging in 1995 and I can honestly say, blogging did more for my real estate business than anything I had done in the previous 14 years of my career!  Blogging, literally, changed my career.

Here is a link to an article I wrote back in 2006.  It outlines what happened when I started real estate blogging.  The article is entitled "Blogging For Bucks".  

If you haven't started blogging for your real estate business, start NOW!  I assure you, this FREE media strategy will do more for your business than anything else.  Of course, you have to do the other traditional marketing things too, but those have very short term effects on your business and income.   Blogging will give you ongoing business for years to come.  Heck, I retired over two years ago and quit blogging, but I STILL get inquires from my posts!

If you don't know how to get started, contact me and I can help.  I'll even write the blog articles for you if you want me to.  I only write articles for ONE agent in any given market, though.  So, if you are interested in me writing for you, please contact me today and I will reserve your market area.

Seriously consider building a blog for your business.  It was my pot-of-gold.  It can be yours too! 

Cheers!
Carol

Real Estate Marketing Specialist
Copywriter / Blogger / Mentor / Photographer

CarolWilliams007@aol.com  

 

10 Wishes For You In 2014

Today I'd like to wish you all: 

1) Health... the greatest "wealth" of all, 

2) Strength... the strength needed to weather the tough times, 

3) Wisdom... the wisdom to make good decisions through the ups and downs of this thing called "life", 

4) Perspective... the perspective to count your blessings even when the chips are down. I like to think of this as knowing the difference between "inconvenience" and a "crisis". We all experience crisis in life, and a LOT of inconvenience. 

5) Patience... sometimes we just need to take a deep breath and not be in a hurry. It will keep your blood pressure down and save a lot of hard feelings.

6) Faith... the faith to know that you are not in "charge" of all things, and sometimes you just need to trust a higher power than you. I've discovered many silver linings in the darkest of clouds. 

7) Hope... the hope that no matter what is happening, there is a purpose and it helps to be willing to look for, and be willing to accept, whatever lesson there is from the events of life, 

8) Charity... to always be on the lookout for an opportunity to help someone. Random Acts of Kindness are a far better high than any drug, 

9) Joy... to see the joy in all things, big and small

10) Confidence... the confidence to follow your dreams! 


I could go on, but you get the idea. We all look forward to the new year with great anticipation, as we should. And, we also need to be realistic as we travel through this journey on Earth. 

Relish every day as a special gift and it will be a very Happy 2014.

Cheers!
Carol


Real Estate Marketing Specialist
Copywriter / Blogger / Photographer

CarolWilliams007@aol.com  

Posted on Thursday, January 2, 2014 at 08:15AM by Registered CommenterCarol Williams | CommentsPost a Comment

Real Estate Affordability Going Down Again

As the housing market is improving across the country, higher home prices and increasing mortgage rates are creating an affordability issue (again).

Home prices have risen 13.4 percent over a year ago, and mortgage rates are at their highest averages since February 2012.  Are wage increases keeping up?  The answer is  "NO"!

Affordability is down in all regions across the country.  The West has posted some of the biggest drops in affordability and the Northeast portion of the country has had the smallest increase in prices, causing less stress on affordability there.  

According to the latest Pacific Appraisal Real Estate Snapshot report, the median home price in the Wenatchee real estate market area is up only 2% over a year ago. The median price through September 2012 was 209,250.  The median price through September 2013 is 212,500. 

While the median price is up only slightly, sales volume of homes sold year-to-date is up dramatically... 24% over a year ago.  

In my opinion, the real estate statistical report out of Wenatchee. Washington is all good.  Affordability is not getting out of control, prices are slightly higher and sales volume continues at a healthy pace.  

Onward...

Carol K. Williams
Real Estate Marketing Specialist 

CarolWilliams007@aol.com

 

Blogger / Photographer / Copywriter 

  1. Real Estate Letters
  2. Real Estate Website copy
  3. Real Estate Buyer Reports
  4. Real Estate Seller Reports
  5. Real Estate Blog Articles 
  6. Real Estate Listing Flyers
  7. Real Estate Photography
  8. One-on-one Real Estate Agent Training
    (Virtually or in-person) 

 

Home Holiday Safety Tips

While reading the Bigger Pockets Real Estate Blog, I came across a good article on Holiday Safety tips. That blog is, mostly, written by and for real estate investors, but much of the information is very universal.  

The main points of the article cover: 

  • Exterior Lighting
  • Interior Lighting
  • Chimneys & Fireplaces
  • Candles
  • ...and some sobering facts and figures

Be careful.  Be safe.

Happy Holidays! 

Carol K. Williams

CarolWilliams007@aol.com 

Real Estate Marketing Specialist
Blogger / Photographer / Copywriter 

  1. Real Estate Letters
  2. Real Estate Website copy
  3. Real Estate Buyer Reports
  4. Real Estate Seller Reports
  5. Real Estate Blog Articles 
  6. Real Estate Listing Flyers
  7. Real Estate Photography
  8. One-on-one Real Estate Agent Training
    (Virtually or in-person) 
Posted on Wednesday, December 4, 2013 at 03:31PM by Registered CommenterCarol Williams | CommentsPost a Comment

Real Estate Marketing: A Master Plan & Delegation

In my last blog post, I talked about Time Management as being critical to success in the real estate business.  It seems so elementary and the oxymoron coming to mind is: "So simple, yet so difficult".

Time management is a simple concept... yet so difficult to do.  To be truly effective, it is a detailed, ongoing process. It is more than making lists and checking tasks off.  It is about creating a Master Plan, with long term and short term goals, identifying the necessary steps and following it step-by-step.  

Making a Master Plan for your life and business is  comparable to planning a trip... a long trip! You would never consider taking a trip to a place you've never been before without a map or GPS.  Your Master Plan is your GPS.  Going through life without a map or GPS is like wandering aimlessly across the country, expecting to get to a pre-determined destination in a reasonable amount of time (or ever).  It's crazy.

With a Master Plan, you can dissect your tasks into daily increments. You can reach your daily "destination".  Day after day you accomplish your predetermined tasks (following the map), making progress toward the ultimate destination.  

Planning long term goals can be overwhelming, so it must be broken down into small manageable, believeable increments.   I'm not going to mention the "eating an elephant" analogy.  Oh... I just did.  

Delegation was also mentioned in my last post as a key to Time Management.  There are certain tasks we need to accomplish that are beyond our expertise, we can't get them done in a timely manner, or it doesn't make financial sense for us to spend our precious time on certain time-consuming tasks.  

Examples:

Listing Photographs.  Listings Photographs are so critical to your success as an agent.  Over 90% of home buyers start their search online, and if you don't have great listing photos, your listings will be at a disadvantage to those that do.  

Web Copy.  Again, with over 90% of home buyers using the internet during their home search, high level search engine rankings are critical.  Once you have good rankings, so buyers can actually find you among the masses, your web copy must be compelling and relevant to keep them coming back for more information.  When they request information, you must be prepared to respond with compelling information.

If you are capable of doing those things, great!  If not, Delegate!   If you properly delegate, your investment will be returned to you many times over.  

The more financially successful you become, the more you can delegate... leaving you even more time to spend doing what you do best (sell homes)... or spend time with family and friends. 

Onward...

 

Carol K. Williams

Real Estate Marketing Specialist
Blogger/Photographer/Copywriter/Mentor
www.CarolsWenatchee.com 

CarolWilliams007@aol.com 

 

  • Tired of boring, canned, letters, reports and articles?
  •   
  • Tired of poor Search Engine rankings?

  • Tired of template listing flyers? 

  • Tired of bad listing photographs?  

  • Tired of trying to figure it ALL out yourself?

  • Tired of marginal results with your real estate marketing efforts?

 

Posted on Sunday, December 1, 2013 at 12:12PM by Registered CommenterCarol Williams in | CommentsPost a Comment

Wenatchee: The One and Only Challenge Of Real Estate Agents

Real Estate agents only face ONE Challenge.


After 30 years as an active agent, broker/owner and property manager, I have a pretty good grasp of the ONE big challenge.   

If you asked 100 agents what their biggest challenge is, you may get 5 or 10 or 20 differents answers. However, I can almost guarantee it all comes down to just one thing... TIME MANAGEMENT.  

Time Management... such a boring topic.  But, in my opinion and experience, every challenge an agent may mention is rooted in poor time management.  And, poor time management causes lots of problems, including feeling overwhelmed with too much to do, not enough time to get everything done, and not enough income to justify all the stress.  

Real estate is a demanding career under ideal circumstances.  Brokerage companies offer agents no wages, no benefits and no guarantees!

A real estate agent could, literally, spend 24 hours a day working and still have too much to do.  When is there time for family, friends, and a little fun? 

Why would anyone become a real estate agent?  For the unlimited opportunities and freedom to run your own business, of course.  

The unlimited opportunities are real.  Unfortunately, many of the expectations are predicated on false assumptions and a lack of understanding for the complexities and demands of the business.  

Most new agents (and many experienced agents) don't have a clear understanding of how to effectively market to buyers and sellers.  Nor do they understand how to make their website relevant to the prospects, clients and search engines.  And even if they did know how to do all that, they probably don't have the time to personalize all of the necessary real estate letters, reports, and articles.  

Click on the following highlighted link for an overview of the summarized Buyer Agent task list I used in my business.  Each one of the itemized tasks involved many details.

Click on the following highlighted link for an overview of the summarized Seller Agent task list I used in my business.  Each one of the itemized tasks involved many details.

These lists of tasks must be completed for EVERY prospect and/or client. 

In addition to those tasks, there are issues not tied to a specific client such as meetings, continuing education, and office duties.  

All of these tasks take time, so most agents scurry around jumping from one task to the other... doing what they deem the most important at any given time.  

What is the answer? A Master Plan and Delegation.

I'll talk more about that next time.   

Until then, 

Onward...

 

Carol K. Williams

Real Estate Marketing Specialist
Blogger/Photographer/Copywriter
www.CarolsWenatchee.com 

CarolWilliams007@aol.com


Note:
I do Wenatchee real estate listing photographs.  


 

 

Wenatchee real estate marketing: First impressions

When I was an active real estate agent in Wenatchee, Washington, I often had to set up showings for the buyer(s) to preview homes.  The homes were specifically selected to meet the criteria the buyers said they wanted, whether in Wenatchee, East Wenatchee, Cashmere, Leavenworth, Waterville or some other outlying area.  

On week-ends, these showings often included several homes in one day and time could be limited. One of the most embarrassing things that could happen is to drive up to a home on the schedule and the buyer would say, "I don't want to look at this home".  They made the decision immediately, based on their first impression.  

It was embarrassing for me because I had personally set up an appointment with the seller. The sellers made an effort to get their home prepared for the showing... oftentimes involving scurrying around and getting kids, and pets stuff put away, and leaving for the showing.  How could I call the seller and say "Oh, sorry you went to all that trouble.  The buyer didn't want to look at your home because it didn't look nice on the outside".  

Most of the time, I could convince the buyers to at least take a few minutes to go inside and look since I had made arrangements.  The buyers were some times pleasantly surprised at the interior but, rarely, did it change their opinion of buying the home.  

First impressions are so important!

I ran across an interesting article this morning by Anson Young about this very subject.  It's written from the view point of an investor, but it holds true for all real estate transactions   I think it would be worth a read, especially if you are a home seller or real estate agent who lists homes for sale.

Onward...

Carol K. Williams

Real Estate Marketing Specialist
Blogger/Photographer/Copywriter
www.CarolsWenatchee.com 

CarolWilliams007@aol.com


P.S.:
I do Wenatchee real estate listing photographs.  


 

Posted on Saturday, November 16, 2013 at 09:15AM by Registered CommenterCarol Williams | Comments1 Comment

Out of Retirement...

Carol is back !

After 30 years as a real estate agent and property manager, Carol retired.  After a 1 year hiatus, Carol is back as an "Agent Mentor", teaching real estate agents of all experience levels how to be more productive through Blogging and Social Media.  If you want to learn how to get potential clients coming TO you, asking for your advice, contact Carol today!  Carol will show you how to reach top rankings in Google for your market area, wherever it is... without paying a single penney for advertsing or pay-for-clicks.

If you want potential clients to start finding you... contact Carol today:
CarolWilliams007@aol.com  

Carol Williams
Real Estate Agent Mentor 

 

Note: Carol is not affiliated as a licensed agent with any office.  She works as an independent consultant.

Posted on Friday, October 5, 2012 at 11:02AM by Registered CommenterCarol Williams | CommentsPost a Comment

Retired !

I am now RETIRED and not affiliated as an agent with any real estate office. 

Carol Williams

Posted on Monday, March 12, 2012 at 10:50AM by Registered CommenterCarol Williams | CommentsPost a Comment

Wenatchee, a Top Pick for Retirement

According to USA Today, AARP The Magazine, has named Wenatchee as a top choice of a place to retire.  Wenatchee, Washington ranks right behind Winchester (Virginia), Portland (Maine), Tulsa (Oklahoma) and Gainesville (Georgia) as a top spot to retire.

Check out the article, then come to Wenatchee and find out for yourself why so many people love it here!  Many come to visit... then come back to live.

If you decide to move here and are looking for a rental until you have a chance to decide what area of the valley you want to settle down in, call Coldwell Banker's Wenatchee Property Management division to arrange a rental in the Wenatchee area.

Coldwell Banker LaVigne  has a full staff of residential & commercial sales and listing agents ready to answer your questions.  So, Coldwell Banker in Wenatchee can meet all of your Wenatchee real estate needs.

 

Managing Broker, Property Mgr., ABR, e-Pro, GRI, PME, REI
2010 Realtor-of-the-Year NCW Assn. of Realtors
2011 Imm. Past-President NCW Assn. of Realtors
2011 Washington Assn. of Realtors Strategic Planning Task Force


Coldwell Banker LaVigne
Mailing Address: 1 S. Chelan Ave. * Wenatchee, WA 98801
Office Phone:  509-888-8887 * Carol Direct:  509-670-7840

Posted on Friday, July 22, 2011 at 01:41PM by Registered CommenterCarol Williams | Comments1 Comment

June 1, 2011: Current Wenatchee rentals

3 Bedroom, 2 bath Apartment: $995
Enjoy the light of vaulted ceilings in this spacious open floor plan. Newer 3 bedroom, 2 full bath apartment. Fireplace, Washer/dryer, stainless appliances, on deck storage, 2 assigned parking spaces, 1 covered. Refundable deposit. Water, sewer, garbage included in rent. Available now. Call with questions and a preview of this nice unit. Pictures are of model unit. Actual unit may have different color sceme Carol 509-670-7840 


2 Bedroom, 2 bath Apartment:  $850
Rarely available 2 bedroom, 2 bath apartment at the Parkside complex on McKittrick. Central heat and air. Fireplace in living room, master with walk-in closet. In unit washer/dryer, off deck storage, 2 parking spaces. $800 refundable deposit. Pets considered with additional refundable deposit. E-mail Carol or call with questions 509-670-7840 or to make an appointment. 

 

 

Posted on Tuesday, May 31, 2011 at 08:35AM by Registered CommenterCarol Williams | CommentsPost a Comment

Wenatchee Rental: 3 bedroom, 2 bath

March 20, 2011:

As of today, I have the following rentals available...


Immediate Occupancy:
   
3 bedroom,
2 full baths
Central heat & air conditioning
Fireplace
Stainless steel appliances
In unit washer/dryer
On deck storage unit
Assigned parking (covered and open)Save
$995 per month (includes water, sewer, garbage)
$900 refundable deposit

Available early April:
3 bedroom,
2 full baths
Central heat & air conditioning
Stainless steel appliances
Fireplace
In unit washer/dryer
On deck storage unit
Assigned parking (covered and open)
$995 per month (includes water, sewer, garbage)
$900 refundable deposit
Pets considered, with additional refundable deposit

* * * * *

2 bedroom
2 bath
Central heat & air conditioning
Fireplace
In unit washer/dryer
Assigned parking (covered and open)
$850 per month (includes water, sewer, garbage)
$800 refundable deposit
Pets considered, with additional refundable deposit


Contact on-site property manager, Carol Williams, for additonal information and to schedule a preview:
   CarolWilliams007@aol.com
   509-670-7840

We know by the 11th of each month what will be available for the following month. 

For more information on Wenatchee area homes and apartment units (or buildings) for rent or for sale, visit our various websites:
   Wenatchee rental information
   Carols Wenatchee real estate blog
   Search for Wenatchee real estate for sale

In addition to property management, Willinger Real Estate also represents Wenatchee real estate buyers and sellers.

Happy Spring!


Designated Broker, Property Manager
Realtor, ABR, e-PRO, REI,
2010 NCW Realtor of the Year

CarolWilliams007@aol.com
509-670-7840

 

Posted on Sunday, March 20, 2011 at 10:39AM by Registered CommenterCarol Williams | Comments2 Comments

Featured Wenatchee Business

Today I'd like to send kudos to Dr. Wayne Latimer's Wenatchee chiropractic and rehab clinic.

I first met Wenatchee chiropractor Dr. Latimer several years ago, quite by chance, after I had taken a very nasty fall from tripping over our lawn mower.  I had been to my primary care physician twice only to be told I had severe soft tissue bruising.  I had almost NO use of my right hand and arm after 3 weeks. Upon insistence of an x-ray (with my primary care physican 3 weeks after the fall) it was discovered I had broken my arm at the elbow!

Of course, by that time, my arm had begun to heal in the WRONG way and, had I not met Dr. Latimer, am convinced I still would not have use of my right hand and arm.   

Dr. Latimer and his wife happened to be looking at a home I had listed and, when I found out his occupation, I mentioned my arm.  He worked on it a little on the spot and invited me to his clinic for some additional therapy.  When they say God works in mysterious ways, I believe this was one of those times.

To make a long story short, after 6 weeks of therapy, my arm was back to good as new... well as new as a 50+ year old arm can be anyway!

I still go to Dr. Latimer weekly for other neck, back, and hip issues.  He and his staff keep me mobile!  

I highly recommend Dr. Latimer and his staff and his Wenatchee Chiropractic Clinic and Rehab center. Take some time to peruse his website.  It is chock full of cool information.  Then give him a call for an initial consultation.  You will be glad you did.  

 

The first two paragraphs on his wesite summarizes his services:  

Wenatchee chiropractor Wayne Latimer, DC and Clinic Director at the Integrative Rehab, Occupational & Sports Medicine Clinic is one of the best Rehab Specialist and Chiropractors in the Wenatcheearea specializing in high impact injury recover and rehab as well as chiropractic care and wellness. Dr. Wayne Latimer is committed to providing pain relief and pro-active injury rehabilitation for many symptoms and conditions so that you can have a higher quality of life... but is especially gifted in - and specializes in - Auto Accidents and Work Injuries. But don’t just take our word for it; visit our testimonials page to see what our patients have to say.

At our Wenatchee Rehab Clinic and Chiropractic office you will receive the best care through the use of our Specialized 5-step combination therapy program that brings the 'best practices' from all the areas of injury recovery via Medical, Chiropractic, Occupational, Rehab, and Massage therapies. Dr. Wayne Latimer and the staff at Dr. Latimer's Integrative Rehab, Occupational & Sports Medicine have a genuine concern for your well-being and health! Call us today and we can develop a chiropractic plan specific for you.

* * *

 

Wishing you a pain free year!

 

Broker/Owner, Realtor, Property Manager,
ABR, e-Pro, GRI, REI 
2011 Immediate Past President NCW Assn. of Realtors

Willinger Real Estate
1642 Stella Ave., #1 * Wenatchee, WA 98801

 

Posted on Wednesday, January 12, 2011 at 11:44AM by Registered CommenterCarol Williams | Comments1 Comment

Suggestion For Landlords

One of my tasks, as a property manager, is to post ads for properties for rent in Wenatchee.  In doing so, I often peruse other rentals that are being offered so I can stay current with market conditions.  

I cringe when I see landlords post an ad that shows the rent amount the same as the security deposit amount.  For example:  Monthly rent $850, plus a deposit of $850.  

I ALWAYS make my deposit fee different than the rent amount so the tenant cannot misconstrue the deposit fee as the last months rent.   The deposit is to cover any potential damage done to the property.  It is required to be kept in a separate trust account and in no way connected to rent payments.

 

Best Regards,


Broker/Owner, Property Manager
ABR, e-PRO, GRI, REI
2010 President NCW Assn. of Realtors
CarolWilliams007@aol.com

 

1642 Stella Ave., #1  *  Wenatchee, WA 98801 

 

Posted on Thursday, November 18, 2010 at 11:25AM by Registered CommenterCarol Williams | Comments1 Comment

Wenatchee REALTORS Giving Back

Today was definitely one of my favorite days as 2010 President of the NCW Association of Realtors.  As a result of our various fundraisers this year, we were able to hand out over $10,000 in checks to 8 different charities in the area.  Our two major fundraisers were a golf tournament and an Auction.

These checks went to:  Families for Kids (Foster kids), Wenatchee Adult Respite (senior citizens), Serve Wenatchee, The Salvation Army, and food banks in Leavenworth, Cashmere, Entiat, and Orondo. 

We also collected over 4,000 pounds of food on Make a difference day AND raised over $800 for the Wenatchee Wild Scholarship Foundation. 

I am constantly amazed at the incredible generosity of time our members and affiliate members give in order to make these charitable fundraisers such a great success.  Even though we all compete in the business world, we come together in full cooperation to give back to the community.

We REALTORS care about our community!

Proudly,

Carol K. Williams,
2010 President NCW Assn. of Realtors

 

 

Posted on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 at 05:14PM by Registered CommenterCarol Williams | CommentsPost a Comment

Leave of Absence

Ok, so I've been missing in action.  My blog has suffered a serious lack of attention for quite some months.  I'm going to try to be better.  I've said it before and I'll say it again. 

With a bedridden husband at home, my Wenatchee real estate and property management business to run, and serving as 2010 President of the North Central Washington Association of Realtors... I'd say my life has been full.  I mostly scurry back and forth between home, my office, and the Association office.  I get to the store occasionally to buy groceries.   I haven't golfed since May 2009!  Sad, but true. 

I don't see things changing too much in the near future, except I will be able to step down as President next year, and move to the back seat as Immediate Past President.  Our last Past President left the business.  I have to confess, I've entertained the same thoughts.  I'll keep you posted on that.  <snicker>

I've missed blogging.  I really do enjoy it and there is so much to talk about in the real estate business these days.  So, stay tuned.  Let's see if I can make a come back!

Best Regards,

Broker/Owner, Property Manager
ABR, e-PRO, GRI, REI
2010 President NCW Assn. of Realtors
509-670-7840



1642 Stella Ave., #1 * Wenatchee, WA 98801
Phone:  509-470-6012 * Fax: 509-728-9147
CarolWilliams007@aol.com

 

Posted on Tuesday, November 16, 2010 at 04:26PM by Registered CommenterCarol Williams | CommentsPost a Comment

Lease-to-own update

I continue to get a few inquiries for the lease-to-own program I was promoting a couple years ago.  I have discontinued my recommendation of this program, for two main reasons:

1)  Property values are so volatile right now that I hesitate to get a client locked into a price that may or may not be supported at a later date, when they are obligated to buy.

2)  Investors are no longer able to get attractive financing to purchase home for the lease-to-own buyers.

With these two factors I can't, in good conscience, recommend the program at this time.  When market and financing factors change, I may be willing to revive this program.

Until then, I suggest anyone wishing to purchase a home through the lease-to-own program should continue to rent, work on correcting any credit and income issues that restrict you from buying outright.  This will get you in a strong position to negotiate a purchase in the future.  At that time, I would love to help you find a Wenatchee home that perfectly suits your needs.

Best Regards,

Willinger Real Estate
Broker/Owner, Property Manager
2010 President NCW Assn. of Realtors

ABR, e-Pro, GRI, REI
509-670-7840



1642 Stella Ave., #1  *  Wenatchee, WA 98801
Phone: 509-470-6012  * Fax:  509-728-9147
CarolWilliams007@aol.com

Posted on Tuesday, November 16, 2010 at 03:46PM by Registered CommenterCarol Williams | CommentsPost a Comment

Tax Credit Expires April 30, 2010



Happy Easter Everyone!

Just wanted to post a quick note to remind you that the $8,000 and $6500 tax credits expire April 30th. 

For more information on how to take advantage of this opportunity, contact your Realtor or a mortgage professional. 

 

Have a great week,



Broker, Property Manager, ABR, E-Pro
2010 President NCW Assn. of Realtors

1642 Stella Ave., #1
Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-470-6012

Posted on Sunday, April 4, 2010 at 08:54PM by Registered CommenterCarol Williams | CommentsPost a Comment

Wenatchee rentals at Parkside

Here is what Willinger currently has available in rentals:

3 bedroom, 2 bath.  $995 per month

2 bedroom, 2 bath.  $850 per month

All come with water, sewer, garbage included in rent
Stainless steel appliances
Washer/dryer
Electric fireplace
2 parking spaces (one covered, one open

Call or write for details and/or a preview.






1642 Stella, #1
Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-470-6012

CarolWilliams007@aol.com

 

 

 

Posted on Wednesday, March 10, 2010 at 02:38PM by Registered CommenterCarol Williams | CommentsPost a Comment
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