Multiple offers and beautiful Staging are only part of all the things our Cedar Park Brokers do right.  Cooper Jacobs Real Estate Brokers know Cedar Park.   Listed for $359,000 and sold at 110.03% of list price for $395,000 with just 5 days on market, you have to ask yourself why.  Yes, inventory does take a role in […]

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The Seattle real estate market has been pretty interesting for the last few years – I guess it is always interesting, but this last year has been a ride! I spent a lot of time – more than usual – previewing Seattle homes over the last few days and although some sellers were gracious about […]

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Want to learn more about the tax credit and how it is impacting Seattle Suburbs? There were interesting stats over on LakeForestParkView.com about how the tax credit incentive might be affecting pending sales for Lake Forest Park homes for sale. We all expected that the tax credit would impact sales, but as the deadline approaches […]

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Seattle Suburbs Real Estate: Brier Homes For Sale: We have some great Brier homes for sale right now, but Brier in general has some cool properties at very good prices. Brier is a Seattle suburb which happens to be quite convenient to all directions of commuting. On top of that all the best shopping and […]

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If you are in the market for Mill Creek real estate right now, I can tell you that I spent a major portion of the last few days touring what is available in the $500,000 to $600,000 range. I have sold and listed Mill Creek homes quite a bit, but I am always delighted to […]

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Selling your Seattle house in a buyer’s market doesn’t have to be so frustrating! You just have to really try and think outside of the box just a little. It can be such an emotional and scary time – even for the most experienced home seller, but know that this is absolutely normal! What is […]

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Seattle real estate is still good – the market has cooled off a bit, but houses are still selling – with multiple offers in some cases – if they are positioned correctly within the real estate market. There are some properties that are probably always going to demand more interest when it comes to being […]

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Short sales are popping up more and more across the Seattle area. Buyers need to be aware of whether not a potential property is a short sale because the offer process is quite different. Here is the NWMLS definition of a short sale: “A “Short Sale” is a sale that does not produce sufficient funds […]

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Seattle real estate has softened, but we certainly are not “in the tank” as I read another broker put it. Instead, the 2008 market is very different, and those who are used to the easy flow of the past few years need to step up to a different ball field. This includes all parties to […]

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