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Bellingham and Whatcom County Real Estate
Tucked away in the Northwest corner of Washington State between Bellingham Bay and majestic Mount Baker, Whatcom County is a thriving area full of opportunity and natural beauty. With magnificent natural scenery, unique cultural attractions, charming villages and waterfront adventures, this region is a distinctive area of Washington State full of real estate opportunities. Our diverse communities have perennially been recognized by the national media as some of the best places to live in America.

Also serving Birch Bay, Blaine, Everson, Ferndale, Lynden and Semiahmoo

Our four Whatcom County Real Estate offices located in Bellingham, Fairhaven, Lynden, and Birch Bay are part of more than 350 Real Estate offices throughout the West. With our full-time professional real estate agents we are able to provide you with local expertise and strength of the leading independent residential and commercial real estate network in the western United States.

Whether you are looking for your first home, condominium, a move-up property, vacation retreat or a luxury estate in the Bellingham area, call us to find out about Windermere's unique program, and how it can work for you.   Locate a Windermere Real Estate office near you, and speak to a Bellingham, Lynden, Fairhaven, or Birch Bay real estate expert today

January 18th, 2017

Artfully Organizing Your Bookshelf

  When it comes to organizing a bookshelf, there are a multitude of directions you can go. For example, a simple Pinterest search will turn up endless results of bookshelves stylishly organized by color, but what if that entails separating books from within a series? For some of us, that’s like separating our …

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January 14th, 2017

How to Get Through the ‘Punch List' Stage of Your Remodel

When I say “punch” a house, I’m not talking about putting holes in your drywall. I’m referring to the writing of the “punch list,” which is created at the very end of a project and details any outstanding items that need to be taken care of. Punch lists are usually made continuously …

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January 11th, 2017

First Time Buyers, Millennials, and What to Expect in 2017

  I believe that the big story for the coming year will be first-time home buyers. Since they don’t need to sell before purchasing, their reemergence into the market ensures that sales will continue to increase, even while inventory is limited. Thirty-one percent of buyers currently in the real estate market …

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January 10th, 2017

Blinds or Curtains? Or Both? Top Things to Consider When Choosing Your Window Style

Some rooms just need blinds, other rooms just need curtains, and then some rooms look best with both. But how do you decide which rooms need what? There are a number of factors to consider when you’re picking window treatments for rooms in your house, from price to insulation to style to orientation within the room.   Price Adding …

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January 4th, 2017

Inspired By Nature: Pantone 2017 Color of the Year

  Each year the Pantone Color Institute declares a color of the year that ultimately influences trends in all facets of design; including architecture, interior design, graphic design, and fashion. This year they chose Greenery which is shade #15-0343 in the Pantone color spectrum.     A symbol for …

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December 30th, 2016

6 Plumbing Hacks for Tiny Homes

  Small spaces can drive you crazy, especially if you need pipes in a compact bathroom, kitchen or laundry to run toilets, sinks and washing machines. Here are some must-know tips and tricks for your home’s high-traffic rooms to free up space for features and fixtures that need plumbing.   Plumbing …

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December 29th, 2016

What's In Store For The 2017 Seattle Housing Market?

  2016 was another stellar year for the Seattle housing market, in which a surplus of buyers and a deficit of sellers drove home prices higher across the board. So, can we expect to see more of the same in 2017? Here are some of my thoughts on the Seattle/King County housing market for the coming year:   Our …

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December 28th, 2016

The Most Important Marketing Choice When Selling Your Home: The Price

There is often a temptation for sellers to overprice their home, but Windermere agent, John McKenna, shares why that is a big mistake. Get insight into the psychology of the homebuyer and how to find a real estate agent that understands the science of pricing your home.   …

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December 27th, 2016

Hosting New Year’s Eve at Home, with Style

Invite a few close friends to ring in the New Year with an easy, intimate party at home.   Preparation Considering that New Year’s is a pretty hot-ticket holiday, it’d behoove you to let your friends know sooner rather than later that you’ll be hosting a party at your place. Paperless Post is …

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December 22nd, 2016

How to Live Through a Home Remodel

  If you’re thinking about remodeling or are about to break ground on your first renovation, odds are you probably know a bit about how the project is going to go. After all, you’ve watched a few TV shows, your cousin’s husband is a general contractor and the guy you sit close to at work tells you …

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