Mercer Island always has such a special place in my heart. The tour this week is at a new construction multi-level-home in First Hill of this island. So much to see in this unit. Hope you enjoy the tour!
This new construction multilevel will definitely be the eye candy to real estate fans. It checks all of the wish list you have in a dream home. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did. If you have any question, don’t hesitate to reach out. You know how to find me 😉
It’s no secret that housing is in high demand. The rental market are more and more difficult for renters as well. This creates an opportunity for anyone who might be interested in renting out a portion of their home. Could be a spare bedroom, a finished basement, garage apartment or accessory dwelling unit. But how do you get started? Let’s talk about that 🙂
Even though in this Seller’s Market, regardless of the condition of your property, you can easily sell it quickly. The question is “For How Much?” In this video, I’m gonna discuss 5 Tips To Get Top Dollars For Your House. Let me know if you have any questions on this 5 tips, how to list your house or how to get the most out of your house, let me know.
The Eviction Moratorium in Washington State initially became effective in 02/2021. The policy was intended to help tens of thousands of tenants in WA who were facing financial hardship and housing instability. This policy also made that many homeowners landlord felt “unloved” by their own country. What is the Eviction Moratorium about? When does it end? That’s what I’m going to discuss in this vlog.
This week I’m gonna take you one of the top neighborhoods in WA. Ravenna is a quiet neighborhood in North East Seattle. The convenient location, highly rated public schools and low crime rates at this neighborhood attract a lot of families and young professionals.
Presenting to you this week is a special one of a kind house in Upper Queen Anne. The house is a mixture of both antique classical with modern Italian designs. 4 bedrooms 3.75 bedrooms 3500 sf listed at $2.4 million. Hope you enjoy this tour and let me know if you have any question!
Trong video này mình sẽ chia sẻ những gì mình biết và trải nghiệm. Hy vọng phần nào giải đáp được những câu hỏi mà mình nhận được từ các anh chị, bạn bè đồng nghiệp trong thời gian gần đây. Nghề nào cũng có cái cực và vinh quang của nó. Mình yêu thích công việc này. Nếu được chọn lại, mình vẫn sẽ chọn con đường này 🙂
I’m going to share with you about my personal experience and thought about the real estate agent career. Not to encourage or discourage you. My goal is to answer most of the questions that I’ve been received recently from viewers, friends and peers. Hopefully I could prepare you for this journey if you are about to get into it.
Thanks to all of you for your compassion, kindness, and support to help those in Vietnam struggling with food shortages and other challenges from the COVID pandemic. Here are some pictures of a few of the many lives you improved with your generosity.
Together we raised $3,925.88 ($3045 GoFundMe, $980 via Zelle & Venmo, minus $99.12 fees) and helped many people. We put together 220 food supply packages exceeding the goal of 200. Each package cost about $10 and included ramen, a bag of rice, soy sauce, cooking oil and a dozen eggs as pictured.
How was food distributed during COVID lockdowns and restrictions on gathering and movement?
Our team in Vietnam used different deliveries methods
Driving by Delivery: Because of the pandemic, gathering is being watched by the government. Our team in Vietnam did “driving by delivery” method. They drove around the city with the food supplies and handled out to disable people and people who was still trying to make a living on dead streets.
2. Stationary: Food was packaged and split among several our volunteers’ homes. People in need would make appointment and pick up their packages at a location nearest them.
3. At home delivery: Some of the packages were delivered to seniors, disable people and unfortunate people who could not get around themselves.
4. HUONG DAM Temple was also one of our stations. There we were able to help many blind people in need.
The banner said : Huong Dam Temple – Thank you Ivy and Friends’ Food Donation During Covid pandemic
5. Medical center delivery: Some of the packages were given to hospital caregivers and other front-line workers. These social workers are traditionally paid with tips and donations alone and they have had difficulty during the pandemic. Your gifts helped them directly and allow them to continue providing care to others in need.
We exceeded our $2,000 goal to provide 200 food packages by $1925.88. Beyond the 220 food packages, funds were directly donated to 4 groups which house healthy & disabled orphan children. They were in desperate need of food, essential basic supplies and medicine. Each group received 10,000,000 VND (about $435) helping with immediate needs. If you would like to do more, I can help you connect with these groups. Here are the details:
Thien Phuoc a group that takes care of disable orphans and paralyzed orphans
What a successful charity we have done together! Our compassion, sympathy and support from the U.S, Canada, Australia, Germany certainly could not have reached these 220 families and almost 400 children without the help of our friends and family in Vietnam. I am incredibly grateful being a part of such loving wonderful group of people. Thank you again for all your trust and support!