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If you are like me, you love searching for homes. What I love about my website is you can browse, explore, and find the perfect home, or piece of land or even an amazing commercial building for your business. The website updates constantly and you never miss the newest property on the market. This allows you to make sure you get the property first and get that offer in before everyone else.
The saying goes “Where you hang your Hat” is Home. Well I can say I absolutely love living in the PNW, in Washington State. Or more accurately Lacey, WA or Olympia, Wa as everyone just groups us in with Olympia – The Capital of Washington State.
I have live a lot of places, and loved all of them, but my heart will always bring me back home to the PNW. Sometimes its hard to describe, and understand. For the locals it is a no brainer, fresh air, fresh water, mountains, trees and desert all in one state. We have Canada to the north and Oregon to the South and the Pacific Ocean to the West. You can’t beat how this is the furtherest north you can go in the continuous 49, expect for Alaska.
When you look around, and especially in Olympia, it is like a time warp. Yes its the capital of the state, but when I walk into the county court house for real estate permits. It is like traveling back into time, a simpler time, the smells, the sights all reflect an era that is long and gone, except for in Olympia, WA. When you walk down the streets and go into the shops and restaurants. It is a friendly warm welcome, as if you have always been a local. I would even say you get more room to make this city your own, as the constraints of a big city or new age era is so structured and ridged with protocols, where here you have the luxury of more freedom.
Some will see a different side, but if you know what to look for, this place is as good as it gets in my mind. I am so happy we decided to make this our home, not only for our children. Where they can have a glimpse of the world I grew up in, it helps them understand that there is more then just being a robot with standardized structure. Here you can you, see the old with the new. A launch port for exploring the world outside the United States. Plus Washington state in its self is almost a replica of the entire US, in a complete small scale minus the east coast atmosphere and south.
If you are looking for a place to call your own in the PNW – Call me – 360.338.8355
*** I will make sure to tell you the history, the legends, the facts and everything you should and need to know when buying out here in the PNW. And if you do make the change, welcome to the last wild west country in the United States!
Olympia, WA has always been a sleepy town and a great place to raise a family. What has finally started turning the corner is the home investors are finally really coming out of the wood works and noticing that there is more and more people moving to Olympia. With this flipping homes has become more and more of a popular item. The catch is the home prices have risen so much that finding a home for a great price to flip is harder and harder.
I am very lucky to have the opportunity to flip three more homes on waterfront on Long Lake, in Lacey, WA. The homes all home plenty of land, there are two waterfront lots, and the third home lot, can be subdivided in two 4 lots.
Stay tuned as I take you through the entire process of how I flip the homes.
Here is some starter pics.
Also please check out my website at PNW Homes Group Website if you are looking to sell or buy a home.
And please find my Youtube channel link if you want to watch my videos Captain Ron’s Real Estate Tips
Summertime is so beautiful in Olympia, with the warm sunny days and all of the outdoors to enjoy. There’s Lakefair and fireworks and downtown Olympia activities to explore. Olympia truly shines during the summer, and is often when we have the most residents returning, and tourists visiting. Summer is also a wonderful time to relax at home. In the real estate market, whether you are looking to buy or sell, there are a few things to consider during these wonderful summer months in Olympia.
Many homeowners believe that summer is also a good time to start thinking about getting ready to list their home. What they don’t realize is that the real estate buying season is actually slowing down! Strangely enough, even with all the benefits summertime in Olympia brings, it probably won’t be the best time to list your home. Many homebuyers in South Puget Sound area are most actively looking for homes during the spring, so that they can be moved in their new home in time to enjoy it for the summer. Who really wants to move all that heavy furniture and boxes in 80 degree weather if they can help it?
Now, with school starting soon and families out on vacations, fewer home buyers are shopping for those homes that are just now hitting the market. But hold on, there is hope! The best way to buy or sell a home in Olympia is to have an experienced team of local professionals that can get the job done for you. You need agents that know each and every neighborhood and all the dynamics of the area that make Olympia what it is. At PNW Homes Group, that’s exactly what you’ll get! We all love Olympia, and we all love helping people get the most out of what she has to offer, and buying or selling a home here is no different.
The ebbs and flows of the real estate market can be tricky to anticipate, but just like the locals that know when the tides will be coming in or out, we are your local guides to all things Olympia real estate. We are standing by to help you with any situation. So give us a call, send us an email, and check us out on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and at PNWHomesGroup.com.
Olympia Washington has amazing sunrises and sunsets. But nothing beats a beautiful sunrise to get your morning started. Today from my home, I had a double sunrise, one right out of the window and one right on the news. I absolutely love where I live, and when you have a real estate broker, like myself who loves where they live. It will show through my work, when I am showing you homes or when I know about homes that are not on the market yet that will be. For example, I know of a home coming on with a beautiful view around my home that could be up for grabs.
I also want to say thank you to my amazing clients that are moving out here from the east coast, and trusted me in their purchase of the home remotely. Not only did they get a amazing home, and they are great people, but on top of that we negotiated a new roof on the home as well. They will stay nice a dry now, and have a beautiful home in a great neighborhood at the end of a cul-de-sac.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me with helping you buy or sell a home for you. Or if you are interested in special areas or homes that might be coming on the market soon. I love Olympia, Washington and I am positive you and your family will as well.
When you think of waterfront in the woods with a cabin and friends and adventures await you usually will go towards the movie “The Great Outdoors”.
This cabin on Summit Lake is what I think of with regards to the movie “The Great Outdoors”. When you look around all you see is trees, and the water is beautiful with 2 docks on the property and a boat house. The cabin with 2 bedrooms and bath make you feel right at home and the solid new deck really allow you to relax and enjoy the wilderness settings. If your style is fishing, relaxing and just taking in the surroundings, this is you lake front home.
Waterfront living & views! Adorable 2 BR cottage right on Summit Lake in a great location with a deck overlooking the lake, boathouse, and has 2 docks. Adjoining property has a fire pit. Sited on a private lane. 3 parcels total included in sale with over 100 feet of waterfront.
Link to see more pictures and details on the Lake front cabin home.
You know when you have that perfect balance of elegance and spacious living, this home is the place. The home sits on 5+ acres in Tumwater SD on top of Sunset Ridge. Unobstructed Mt. Rainier and Capital Peak views surround this beautiful 4197 square foot custom two story Craftsman. Extensive custom woodwork and cabinets, Brazilian granite and Brazilian cherry hardwoods enrich this open floor plan which includes the Master on the main floor, 3 bedrooms, 2 offices, large bonus room and an oversized 3 car garage. Room to expand with a shop and sport court.
You are living the country dream, and only minutes from amenities and 20 miles from downtown Olympia, and only 60 miles to Seattle.
For more information and pictures please click the link below.
When the wind is blowing and of course in Washington State the trees are abundant, which equals branches falling on power lines everywhere. Which means disrupted or no power for hours to maybe a day or two for you and your home.
When looking at buying or building a home. A major question should be is the house wired for a generator?
Yes you can be like be, I have a generator from Cabela’s. And the generator works great. Here are the issues though. I am running my extension cords from the side of the home where I have my generator behind the fence. Then the cords go through the garage door in to the house and I plug in the key essentials, Fridge, phone and any items we would like to have the luxury of usage. It definitely works and is a nice way to get a little bit of power. Plus we have the wood burning fireplace for some heat. But every time the power goes out, I always say, “I wish my house was wired for a generator”.
Then all I would have to do is start the generator on the outside of my home. It is wired in to the house and I have the selected items I want on the generator running. No extension cords, no trying to figure out which items I can use. It is all setup and running. Now I will admit it is kinda of fun, running the extension cords and really feel like I am trying to survive a zombie apocalypse, but after the few times, yay I’m good. And the next house I buy or build, will be wired for a generator.