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There’s something magical about an area where bald eagles regularly soar above you, Mount Baker beckons from the distance, the water is blue, and the sunrises and sunsets take your breath away. Whether you’re a kayaker, whale watcher, mountain biker, camper or boater, our parks, beaches and forests – and our proximity to salt and fresh water – offer you access to some of the best recreational opportunities in the Pacific Northwest.

Anacortes is also home to several community events that attract thousands of visitors each year, including the Anacortes Arts Festival, Anacortes Jazz Festival, Waterfront Festival, The Oyster Run, First Friday Art Walks and Shipwreck Day to name just a few.

If you’ve ever wanted to live in an area that is truly stunning no matter which direction you look, come see Anacortes and Fidalgo Island.

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September 26th, 2014

A Quick Guide to Understanding Real Estate Designations

What do those letters and acronyms mean at the end of your real estate agent’s name? We’re here to answer that question and explain why it might matter to you. Like other professionals, real estate agents have the ability to specialize in certain areas of the business by earning designations. Those acronyms …

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September 12th, 2014

Here's Your Fall Home Maintenance Checklist:

Fall is an ideal time to tackle maintenance projects both inside and outside. Here are a few ideas to get you started: Gutters top to bottom: Water in the wrong spots can do a lot of damage. Start by ensuring that gutters and downspouts are doing their job. (Don’t attempt this task yourself if you have a two-story …

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August 28th, 2014

Oregon and Southwest Washington Real Estate Market Update

Windermere Real Estate is proud to partner with Gardner Economics on this analysis of the Oregon and Southwest Washington real estate market. This report is designed to offer insight into the realities of the housing market. Numbers alone do not always give an accurate picture of local economic conditions; therefore our …

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