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Bellingham, Washington has a small town feeling with all the delightful amenities of a larger city. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy Bellingham's stunning natural beauty from the waters of Bellingham Bay to the snow covered slopes of Mt. Baker there is truly something for everyone. Cultural opportunities are broad, with an internationally recognized Festival of Music, Whatcom County Symphony Orchestra, several community theatre groups and the Mt. Baker Theatre to provide a world class venue for shows and performers.

 

Bellingham Real Estate

Search for the type of Bellingham Real Estate that fits your needs. Bellingham Property search types include, residential homes, condominiums, vacant land, waterfront real estate, golf course real estate and more. Browse our different Bellingham Real Estate search options to find a fit for you!

 

Bellingham Neighborhoods

Bellingham is home to 23 very unique neighborhoods, all individual in character and design. Bellingham's Historic Fairhaven District is teaming with history with historical brick buildings and newer condominium complexes all in tune with preserving the neighborhoods historical architecture. Bellingham's Mt. Baker neighborhood on the other hand is a great mix of new and old, the newer urban village of Barkley Village finds it's home here and is lush with life from the local Haggen Grocery Store to a mix of residential and commercial buildings.

 

Bellingham Schools and Employment

Bellingham has excellent public schools, as well as a broad spectrum of private schools, and there are extensive options for additional education from Bellingham Technical College, Whatcom Community College, and the highly regarded Western Washington University. Businesses in Bellingham and Whatcom County are diversified, from heavy industry to high tech. While the major employers such as WWU, and the refineries are the most visible, there is a strong base of small to medium sized companies and more are locating here every year so that owners and employees can take advantage of the area's lifestyle.

For more information on Bellingham or real estate in the area don't hesitate to contact The Johnson Team toll free @ 1-888-713-3056.

February 9th, 2019

Do You Know The Current Mortgage Rates For Whatcom County?

Do You Know The Current Mortgage Rates For Whatcom County?

Thinking of buying, selling, or refinancing?  The mortgage rates are a must know! Interest rates are the rates at which money can be borrowed for a set period of time. The higher the rate, the more money a borrower must pay in the form of interest on the loan. When mortgage rates are lower, this makes the purchasing …

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February 8th, 2019

The Snow is Falling! Do You Need Anything? If So, We Are Here for You!

The Snow is Falling! Do You Need Anything? If So, We Are Here for You!

Flakes are starting to fall outside! With the cold conditions and more snow and wind in the forecast,we just wanted to check in on you and see if you need anything? If you or any of your neighbors are in need during this winter weather, don't hesitate to reach out via email or phone. We have a large list of local resources …

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February 6th, 2019

The KonMari Method: Helping You Prep Your House For Sale

One of the biggest challenges sellers face when listing their house is decluttering. Cleaning out some of the more personal decorating choices allows buyers to imagine themselves living in the house. Those planning to sell soon are in luck! Marie Kondo, the inventor of the KonMari Method of Tidying Up, has gained …

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February 5th, 2019

One More Time… You Do Not Need 20% Down to Buy a Home

The largest obstacle renters face when planning to buy a home is saving for a down payment. This challenge is amplified by rising rents, which has eaten into the amount of money renters have leftover for savings each month after paying expenses. In combination with higher rents, survey after survey has shown that non-homeowners …

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February 4th, 2019

PENDING in just hours! Single Level Home in Bellingham’s Edgemoor Neighborhood

PENDING in just hours! Single Level Home in Bellingham’s Edgemoor Neighborhood

Wow!  112 Bayside is officially pending, that was fast! This single-story home 3 bedroom, 1 3/4 bath home features an open bright floor plan.  The updated kitchen is open to the living area with vaulted ceilings and a cozy fireplace. It is a 3 bedroom but may be better served as a 2 bedroom and a large office. The master …

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January 31st, 2019

Check out Whatcom County’s Current Mortgage Rates!

Check out Whatcom County’s Current Mortgage Rates!

Thinking of buying, selling, or refinancing?  The mortgage rates are a must know! Interest rates are the rates at which money can be borrowed for a set period of time. The higher the rate, the more money a borrower must pay in the form of interest on the loan. When mortgage rates are lower, this makes the purchasing …

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January 23rd, 2019

You’re Invited to Learn the Latest in Tax Changes and Deductions That Might Impact You!

You’re Invited to Learn the Latest in Tax Changes and Deductions That Might Impact You!

Are you wanting to stay up to date on the latest changes in tax deductions  or rates? Join us The Muljat Group on January 30th from 6pm to 7pm as we host local CPA and Tax Professional Vaughn Hagen.   Vaughn will be addressing the latest in tax changes and also be hosting a question and answer session. If you have questions …

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January 20th, 2019

What is the Cost of Waiting Until Next Year to Buy?

Some Highlights: The cost of waiting to buy is defined as the additional funds it would take to buy a home if prices & interest rates were to increase over a period of time. Freddie Mac predicts interest rates to rise to 5.1% by the end of 2019. CoreLogic predicts home prices to appreciate by 4.8% over …

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January 18th, 2019

Buying a Home this Year? Here Comes the Inventory!

The top reason homeowners cited for not listing their home for sale in 2018, was their belief that they would be unable to find a home to buy. After 3 years of declining inventory for sale, we’re finally starting to see more listings come to market! Let’s get together to chat about what this means for our market! …

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January 17th, 2019

Last Chance! Homes are a Bargain Compared to Historic Norms

A loaf of bread used to be a nickel. A movie ticket was a dime.  Not anymore. Houses were also much less expensive than they are now. Inflation raised the price of all three of those items, along with the price of almost every other item we purchase. The reason we can still afford to consume is that our wages have also …

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