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After what could be months of browsing online, numerous home showings, and countless updates from your real estate agent about new listings, you're ecstatic to have finally found the home you want to buy. You put down an offer, and the seller has accepted. All the hard work is done, right? Not so fast! Before you make a significant financial commitment, it’s best to know exactly what you’re buying. And the last thing you’d want is to fall in love with a beautiful home that actually has major problems lurking beneath the surface.
This is when the home inspection should take place. Home inspections are among the most crucial aspects of the real estate process. The report can give you an in-depth examination of the property’s structures and systems, including the roof, electrical, plumbing, foundation, etc.
Since the results of the inspection can make or break a sale, it's extremely important to pay attention to this process, no matter how confusing and nerve-wracking it can be. We’re here to give you insight on some of the most common mistakes many buyers make when it comes to inspections and the best ways you can avoid them.View More
The City of Blaine is located 35 miles south of Vancouver, British Columbia and 110 miles north of Seattle. The city is located between the beautiful Cascade Range and the Puget Sound. Blaine is known as the Peace Arch City for its the Peace Arch Monument that was constructed and dedicated here in 1921. The city is steeped in the rich history of a fishing and logging border town. With a current population of over 5,000, the City of Blaine is governed by a Council/City Manager form of government.
In Washington State, there is a city known for its deep Dutch roots. Behold Lynden, a city north of Bellingham, a city known for its unique heritage and history.
Lynden served as Washington State's largest Dutch settlement. Often called a "Dutch-American Town," Lynden is an incredible travel destination, whether you're coming from Canada or the United States. Most of Lynden's 12,000 residents can speak Dutch. It is also one of the country's top producers of raspberries.View More
Whatcom Falls Park is a 240-acre city park on the eastern edge of Bellingham. This public space features modern park amenities, well-maintained hiking trails, and plenty of open space to explore. Perhaps most notable about this city park are the four different waterfalls created by the cascading Whatcom Creek that meanders throughout the area.View More