"Master Builders Association Affordable Housing Council" Endorses Lake Washington, Issaquah and Everett School District Bond Measures
Bellevue, WA – The Affordable Housing Council (AHC) Board of Directors recently voted unanimously to endorse and provide financial support for the citizens’ campaigns backing the Lake Washington, Issaquah and Everett school districts’ bond measures that will be on the ballot in April.
Affordable Housing Council President Bonnie Geers of Quadrant Homes said of the votes, “The AHC’s decision to support these school bond measures reflects our strong desire to help ensure the Lake Washington, Issaquah and Everett school districts can keep pace with our region’s growth and continue to provide quality…
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When Mount Si High School Principal John Belcher spoke at the Class of 2015 Graduation ceremony last June, he said he felt very connected that class because they both started as freshman together – back in the fall of 2011 when he took over the reigns as principal.
Belcher said he challenged the class of 2015 with a goal – to have each and every one of them graduate on-time and together in the Mount Si stadium. If that lofty goal was achieved, it would mark a 14% increase over the [MSHS] Class of 2012 and be well-above the state average of 77%.
It seems they came pretty darn close.
The Snoqualmie Valley School District announced Friday, February 5, 2016, that its 4-year, on-time graduation rate
The Cascade Team 3D Walkthrough Showcase is an online experience that lets home buyers move through a property and see it from any angle. Even get a completely unique sense for the place with our “dollhouse” view.
See a sample tour here.
Image galleries, 360º panoramas and fly-through videos lack the perspective and “feel” that home buyers and sellers crave. A Matterport 3D Showcase™ creates an emotional connection with the home.
3D VIRTUAL TOUR SHOWCASE
The Cascade Team is happy to announce its new 3D Walkthrough Showcase and these very exciting new enhancements. 3D Walkthrough Showcase Tours are available for every Cascade Team listed property. We use Matterport's 3D technology and cloud service to create a one-of-a-kind 3D
Planning to buy a home sometime soon? It’s an expensive proposition, and if you need help coming up with a down payment, it’s important to know which sources you can tap to make your home-buying dreams come true. Here are four ways to borrow a down payment.
1. 401(K) RETIREMENT PLANS OR LIQUID ASSETS
Many 401(k) plans have special borrowing provisions that allow you to repay the amount borrowed with preferential terms. Some 401(k) plans even allow you to avoid penalties buying a primary home, while others have fewer restrictions for first-time homebuyers (defined as someone who hasn’t owned a home in the past 36 months). Every 401(k) plan is different so check for details with your Human Resources department. Additionally, if you have liquid
January 27, 2016 by Danna McCall from Living Snoqualmie Blog
Snoqualmie Valley School Board President Geoff Doy described the designs for the future, re-built Mount Si High School as “a school to be proud of,” saying the schematic plans brought tears to his eyes.
Raised above flood levels; constructed of low-maintenance, durable materials; secure with fewer points of entry; open spaces with stunning views of Mount Si and Rattlesnake Ridge; innovative outdoor roof areas; street level/under building parking; a compact, streamlined design influenced by the needs of students, teachers and administrators; a connected yet separate freshman campus. It seems nothing was missed while designing the future Mount Si High School.