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For those who call Bainbridge Island home, it would be this: a close-knit community surrounded by water and the scenic beauty of two mountain ranges, just a short ferry ride to a fantastic city. Some of the elements that make Bainbridge special are easily defined: a top school system, numerous parks, great health care, a variety of shopping and restaurants and an active arts community. Other things are less tangible: community events like summer concerts in the park and the 4th of July parade, being on a first name basis with your postal carrier, and spending time catching up with friends in the aisles in the hub of the community, the Town & Country market.

Whether you are thinking of making Bainbridge your home or you are already living the dream, Bainbridgeagent.com (along with me, the Bainbridge Agent!) is your resource for real estate information.

August 19th, 2013

Market Pulse August 2013

Written by Sarah Sydor

It’s been a busy year. So far in 2013, the Bainbridge market is on track to outpace sales in 2012. With a 50% increase in the number of single family home sales from 2011 to 2012, another increase in 2013 is a great sign for the health of our local real estate market. Through July of this year, 256 single-family …

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January 26th, 2013

How Low Can It Go?

Written by Sarah Sydor

A new game I play when I first log into the MLS each day is to check the number of active listings of single family homes. Between Christmas and New Year's 2012, I guessed that the number of available listings would drop under 100 and it did. As of this morning, that number is 94. To give some perspective, that number …

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January 16th, 2013

Legislative Changes & Impacts on Homeowners, Sellers and Buyers

Written by Sarah Sydor

The following post on Windermere's blog is worth a read if you like to stay on top of the real estate market: How new finance legislation affects home owners, buyers and sellers Posted in Market News by Edward Krigsman Many home owners, buyers, and sellers have been carefully watching the new federal finance package …

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