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By Catherine Ulrey, Equestrian and Acreage Property Specialist
(Keller Williams Capital City)
Comments 7
Were you looking for affordable horse property in Dallas Oregon?  This fantastic home with 5 acres and 4 stall barn is now pending.  But don't worry, there are other properties for sale, and other properties coming on the market soon!If you would like to be represented by an experienced, professional real estate broker that specializes in country and horse property, just tell me what you are looking for by clicking "Help me buy or sell Horse property in Oregon."
By Catherine Ulrey, Equestrian and Acreage Property Specialist
(Keller Williams Capital City)
Comments 4
Yes, after 4, count them FOUR other agents from different companies could not get this awesome property sold, they called me.  I wish they would have called me first, but that's ok.  I was honest with them, gave them advice that no other agent bothered to give them, did a better job at marketing the property and got it sold!  Read the full story about selling Oregon Horse Property in 2 days...If you need to sell your acreage or horse property in the Western side of Oregon, let's talk! 
By Catherine Ulrey, Equestrian and Acreage Property Specialist
(Keller Williams Capital City)
Comments 4
Tomorrow morning I have the privilege of attending closing with a wonderful seller!  She made the unfortunate choice of listing with another broker, promising to sell it for more than it is worth earlier this year.  After being on the market for several months with no offers, her listing contract expired.   She received one of my post cards in the mail, and called me to sell her Dallas Oregon country home.  We met at the property this fall, discussed the best marketing strategy, signed the listing contract and put it on the market.  We got her 2 offers!  And tomorrow, one of them is closing.  This is the view from the front deck.  If you would like to get your acreage real estate sold, tell me about your Oregon country home.
By Catherine Ulrey, Equestrian and Acreage Property Specialist
(Keller Williams Capital City)
Comments 0
This great piece of property with fantastic forested views is pending.  We are very happy for our seller, as she was previously on the market with another company.  It pays to market your home with someone that knows how to sell acreage property!     This property is located at 16860 Oakdale RD, Dallas, Oregon 97338.  If you are intereseted in other Dallas acreage properties, tell us what you need!  If you would like to get your country home sold, let's talk!  
By Catherine Ulrey, Equestrian and Acreage Property Specialist
(Keller Williams Capital City)
Comments 0
  At this moment, there are 48 homes for sale in Dallas Oregon with acreage.  The link to the listings is live, so that number can change at any moment. The prices range greatly, from $135,000 for a 2 bedroom, 1 bath cottage on just over an acre to a $1,325,000 vineyard estate with an event center and guest quarters on 22 acres.  That's a big range, so there is something for everyone and every budget. Dallas Oregon is located about 15 minutes West of Salem, it makes a great little communiting town.  Small enough to avoid traffic congestion, but large enough to have a Walmart. Are you ready to start looking for country dream?  If so, Tell us about your perfect country dream property, we might know the perfect place!      
By Catherine Ulrey, Equestrian and Acreage Property Specialist
(Keller Williams Capital City)
Comments 0
Searching for a country home in Dallas Oregon? Look no further!  Get a list emailed directly to your inbox of ALL the acreage listings currently for sale-short sales, foreclosures and regular old fashioned sales too.  You don't want to miss out on all the great deals out there, so let's find you just the right acreage home in Dallas today!  
By Teresa Schwab
(Prudential Real Estate Professionals)
Comments 1
 Yes, it's that time of year once again! I understand that we are all in the same boat right now but please do not forget that we do have things to be thankful for. I for one am very thankful the the elections are over and I'll be more thankful when the next couple of months go by and our history making president elect has firmly planted his feet in the white house. I'm also very thankful for the clients I have and the clients I will have in the coming year.  ~HAPPY TURKEY DAY EVERYONE~
By Fred Chamberlin, Oak Harbor/Whidbeynulls, #1 Experienced FHA Mortgage Consultant
(Guild Mortgage Co - Oak Harbor WA)
Comments 3
One of the biggest things stopping people from participating in the American Dream today is the ability to come up with the down payment. While talk of a credit crunch keeps some buyers sidelined because of credit problems, many others with good credit are able to get the best deals in years including programs with no down payment! The program leading the way in no down payment requirements (for non veterans) is the USDA Rural Development loan. This loan is available right now for Dallas and Independence, and who better to show you homes in these communities than Cecily Parks with Windermere Park West Properties in Salem. To qualify for the program (it is income limited), a family of four cannot have a total household income of more than $70,750 per year. That is a pretty liberal guidel...
By Fred Chamberlin, Oak Harbor/Whidbeynulls, #1 Experienced FHA Mortgage Consultant
(Guild Mortgage Co - Oak Harbor WA)
Comments 0
I have had several people interested in obtaining a USDA home loan for property in Marion, Polk, Linn and Benton Counties.  I've put together a map of part of the county that should help in identifying areas that qualify for this program.  As you might know - it's one of the last TRUE 100% home loans available - and it doesn't have PMI!  The rates are comparable to FHA, so it's a very affordable payment!  You do not have to have PRESTINE credit, but we generally want to see scores above 580, and 12 months of "clean credit." USDA does require that the property be located in a less populated area.  It does not need to be a farm - but it can't be located downtown either.   The "darker" areas do NOT qualify.  However, as you can see - that is basically the the Salem area for Marion and Polk...
By Melina Tomson, Principal Broker/Owner, M.S.
(Tomson Burnham, llc Licensed in the State of Oregon)
Comments 1
The first quarter has ended for the real estate market.  Here is where our local markets currently stand. Market data information is from the local WVMLS.Here is what is occurring in the city of Dallas in real estate...Average Sales price:The average sales price so far this year is $198,164, down 6.9 % from last year's $212,781.  Inventory:Dallas has an absorption rate of 7.6.  This places the current Dallas inventory at 20.52 months.Home Sales Closed:In the first quarter this year, 23 homes closed on the market.  That is down 56 % from the same time frame last year when 52 homes closed in the first quarter. Sales have slowed significantly in Dallas, and with high inventories it will be important to price well.New Home Construction:Dallas currently has 62 new construction homes active o...
By Teresa Schwab
(Prudential Real Estate Professionals)
Comments 1
  Just wanting to share a little bit about myself and figured that my 08' resolutions (I have several) are a good beginning.#1 I'm going to spend 1 day a month doing nothing but horse stuff. That means don't turn on the computer, turn off all forms of communication with the world and focus soulfully on my beloved 4-legged friends for a full day. It's amazing how a person who hates the TV can love the PC, I think it's because I can interact with it so much that I feel busy. Whatever it is, I vow to break the addiction this year and use the PC only for work.#2 Get plenty of cardio exercise on a weekly basis. That means working out for 90 minutes 3 times a week and make it a habit forever! There's some time away from the PC.#3 Make 2 extra house payments a year which will shorten my loan t...
By Teresa Schwab
(Prudential Real Estate Professionals)
Comments 0
It's another year gone by and time to get your taxes together. If you're a business owner you understand the value in a simple receipt and how important itemizing is. But to the average person tax time means two simple things; #1 get your W-2 stub from your boss #2 go get your refund from any ole tax service place or maybe have your mom do them for you. Here's a couple of hints for a larger return. #1 Don't let mom do them even though she's free and pick a reputable accountant. #2 Save all receipts, write down your mileage and itemize, itemize, itemize. You might not think you have enough deductions to do so but let me share with you. Did you go to the dentist, Doctor last year? Do you commute to work?  How many times did you change your oil or have anything else done to your vehicle? D...

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