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  • Beautifully Maintained Townhouse

    October 1, 2018 /
    Pickett Street Properties Team /

    This beautifully maintained 2-bedroom townhouse is located in the desirable Cambridge community. Enter the home and go up to the main level to find an open concept living space. The living room is anchored by a gas fireplace and a slider out to your own private balcony. The living room flows through the dining area and spills you into the kitchen. All appliances stay, as well as the large wooden butcher block island. The upper level hosts 2 bedrooms and the washer/dryer. The master bedroom features a walk-in with a closet system. All of this and a tandem garage with extra storage, a community gym, tons of guest parking and near the Metro Park and Ride. Just a few minutes away from the fantastic amenities that the Eastside has to offer. Call Jesse Moore at 425.502.5397 for more information. To download the property flyer as a PDF, click on the link:  Beautifully Maintained TownhouseRead more

  • Issaquah Highlands: Homeownership Made Affordable!

    April 8, 2016 /
    Pickett Street Properties Team /

    Doesn’t it seem like everywhere you look there is new construction these days? The Seattle area is swiftly growing into a hub for industry and innovation, and the rapid employment growth has lead to an increase in demand for housing. It seems like new developments are sprouting up overnight to support the burgeoning population, and housing prices are continuing to climb to impressive heights. In an effort to maintain housing affordability, King County is helping to manage growth and development through a program called ARCH.  A Regional Coalition for Housing, or ARCH, is designed to provide affordable housing in East King County cities. Through a partnership between King County and member cities, ARCH offers the support and resources needed to serve a wide range of housing needs, including affordable ownership.  What buyers should know… When a home that is part of the ARCH program goes on the market, buyers with a household income at or below a max guideline are given first priority. For the first 60 or 90 days an ARCH home is listed, only buyers who meet this income requirement can make an offer. ARCH also maintains affordability by setting max resale values for each of the homes…Read more