Last minute easter fun this weekend

Last Minute Easter Ideas

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When: Saturday, March 31, 11 a.m.–noon (10 minute sessions divided by age group). We couldn’t leave you without a few options to check out for Easter Brunch – fair warning: they might be booked. Brunch is one thing where reservations are key. But if you’re lucky then here are a few delicious Sunday brunch options! This Kirkland staple has a delicious …

10 Money Saving Tax deductions for homeowners

10 Money-Saving Tax Deductions

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We know taxes can be challenging. They’re complicated, expensive, time-consuming, and to make this year even more special the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 has made major changes that are confusing us all. That said, we know we’re going to have to file every year anyway, so we went looking for some clarity on what has and hasn’t changed this year. …

2018 Property Taxes - What You Need to Know

2018 Property Tax Increases

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About half of the property tax bill is the result of local, voter-approved measures. Property tax revenues collected will go toward fire protection levies in Maple Valley , the renewal of the veterans, seniors and Human Services levy in King County, and school bonds for Shoreline and Federal Way. Even more levies were approved in last week’s election, including three …

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‘Tis the Season!

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No one wants to add to their holiday to-do list – let us make selling during the holidays easy and get YOUR home ahead of the January rush. 🎄 Ask us about the pros and cons of listing your home in December. 🎄

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🏡 2018 Loan Limits Raised 🏡

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Rapidly increasing home values have lead the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) to raise the maximum conforming limits for loans starting January 1st, 2018. Where median home values are significantly higher than the average, the limit can be raised up to 150% of the base. For King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties the limit will be $667,000. What does that mean …