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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

July 25th, 2016

Seattle Seahawks and Windermere Real Estate Announce New Partnership

                To say that Windermere has a lot of Seahawks fans would be an understatement. That’s why we are so excited to announce today that we are now the “Official Real Estate Company of the Seattle Seahawks”! At the center of this partnership with …

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July 22nd, 2016

6 Alternative Flooring Solutions to Refresh Your Home

Feeling ho-hum about classic hardwood floors? Here are six alternative floor solutions that can give any room in your house a fresh sense of personality, whether you’re starting from scratch or looking for an inexpensive DIY update. 1. Rubber. Often associated with commercial interiors, industrial rubber flooring …

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July 20th, 2016

Planning for the Future: Housing Options to Consider

It should come as no surprise that 75% of the senior citizens polled in the latest AARP Preferences survey strongly agreed with the statement, “What I’d like to do is stay in my current residence as long as possible.” After all, home is where the heart is; and the longer you live in a place, the stronger …

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July 19th, 2016

The Timeless Appeal of the Equestrian Life

  Bronte Jacket with Fox and Horn Scarf, photo: O’Shaughnessey Apparel   Recently, I put my well-worn paddock boots away for a weekend and treated myself to a trip to New York. Though I love my horses and thoroughly enjoy taking care of them (yep, I even enjoy mucking their stalls!), I needed a …

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July 18th, 2016

Refinancing: What you need to know

Thanks to all-time-low interest rates, the number of homeowners refinancing their mortgages is at an all-time high. Of course, no one should refinance just because everyone else is doing it. But, for many homeowners, the benefits are simply too hard to ignore any longer. Save money each month. According to Freddie Mac …

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July 15th, 2016

3 Garden Alternatives for a Patchy Lawn

I’ve met with more than one client while standing on a struggling lawn. “I keep trying,” they tell me, “but the grass won’t grow.” I tell them that maybe this means there’s another option, something even better than a lawn. Maybe it’s time for a garden. And it’s as if …

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July 13th, 2016

Windermere Foundation Quarterly Report

  Dear friends of the Foundation, Thanks to your generous donations, the Windermere Foundation has collected nearly $818,000 in donations during the first half of 2016. This is an increase of 11 percent compared to this time last year! Individual contributions and fundraisers accounted for 61 percent of …

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July 11th, 2016

Will Rental Prices Continue to Escalate?

Over the last ten years, the U.S. has added more than nine million rental households, increasing demand on apartments throughout the country, escalating rental rates faster than wages. Windermere’s Chief Economist, Matthew Gardner, shares his view on what to expect for future of rental prices and when long-term renters …

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July 8th, 2016

How the Neighborhood Impacts a Home's Value

Whether you’re buying or selling, accurately pricing a home requires professional assistance from someone who knows the neighborhood.   The “estimated” home prices you see posted online can be off by tens of thousands of dollars—not because they are dishonest, but because the computer programs …

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July 6th, 2016

Should We be Concerned about Another Housing Bubble?

Over the last several years, many of the circumstances that triggered the previous housing bubble have changed. Windermere’s Chief Economist, Matthew Gardner, breaks down how tax policy, bank regulations, interest rates, lending standards, and home equity have improved our ability to avoid another bubble. …

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