Is Stanwood a Good Place to Live?

Stanwood, and why it Could be Home When choosing to purchase a home, location is key. With so many different areas to consider and explore, local attractions, schools, and extracurriculars, there are many components that play a role in your final decision. It’s not...

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Warm Beach – The Small-Town Charm You’re Looking For

Washington offers beautiful scenery year-round which has made it a very desirable place to live, often causing overpopulation. Fear not! Nestled into some of the most scenic beauty Washington has to offer is a little gem called Warm Beach. Even better, It’s exactly...

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Could a Condo be a Good Fit for Me?

Could a Condo be a Good Fit for Me?

Could a Condo be a Good Fit for Me? Generally speaking, when people think of purchasing a home, oftentimes a condo isn’t at the top of the list. Single Family homes and even duplexes seem to be the “go-to.” But what if you’re missing out by not giving a condo a...

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Beach Days on Camano Island 

Beach Days on Camano Island 

Beach Days on Camano Island When thinking of a day at the beach often people think of soft powdery sand and tropical warm water. So what do you do when you go to a beach of rock instead of sand? While you may not be on a tropical beach, when purchasing a home on...

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Is Camano Island Really an Island?

Is Camano Island Really an Island?

In this time of keeping our heads low to avoid contracting COVID-19, we need some good diversion besides Facebook and Netflix. So, let’s think about visiting, when we can all get out again, a beautiful island that you can walk on to, yes, no boat or ferry required....

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How to Downsize When Moving

How to Downsize When Moving

    One positive side of moving is sorting through and eliminating those items you don’t want to take with you. It might be what your Great Aunt Sally passed on to you years ago or it might be a good excuse to share with local non-profits things you really didn’t...

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Is Camano Island Good for Snowbirds?

It’s March and many Snowbirds are starting to fly home, at least to their northern homes, and many are ready to settle down. Camano Island is home to many retirees. My own parents and grandparent lived and retired on the island. What makes Camano such a positive place...

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How to Make Your Home Appealing to Buyers

Simple ideas for making your house attractive to home shoppers for a quicker sell There are so many decisions we have to make when we’re planning to sell our homes. We want the best price and we want to sell quickly. So, knowing some of the things that new owners are...

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What is the Difference Between Whidbey and Camano Island?

Whidbey and Camano Islands are amazingly beautiful locations in Island County, Washington State. But there are some differences that impact which one suits you the best. One of the differences between Camano Island and Whidbey Island is that Whidbey has the only...

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Best Things to Do on Camano Island

Whale Watching One of the best things to do on Camano Island is to go whale watching. Who knew that even in Camano Island’s quiet waters that whales would be found. From late February to early June it is possible to go Whale watching to find a few of the 300 Gray...

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Camano Island Vacation Rentals

When deciding if you want to move to Camano Island one idea is to rent on a short or long term basis to see if the culture, the commute, and the area fit your needs. Or you might need to rent while waiting to move into your newly purchased or newly built home....

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Camano Island Weather

Camano Island Weather

Seattle is called the Emerald City and for good reason, it’s continually green because of often cloudy weather and rarely uncomfortably high temperatures. Many love living there because of this very special climate. But a secret many don’t know, is that Camano Island...

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Best Camano Island Hikes

If you like hiking or just want an easy walk, the options on Camano Island are really awesome. From views of the Olympics to calm beach walks to woodsy hikes, there all on the island. Camino Ridge Forest Loop is probably the most challenging hike on Camano but it’s 5...

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Amazing Development Property in Stanwood for Sale

20309 Marine Dr, Stanwood, WA 98292 - $994,800 DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY Soil test supports up to 12 systems. AMAZING Investment potential Or maybe you are Looking for a Home with a tremendous amount of privacy? 9 acres 3/2 house, 30x36 huge shop, barn, large portion...

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Camano Island Home Values Increase Due to Lack of Inventory

2020 is shaping up to be a hot real estate year for the Camano Island area as sales remain strong and inventory dwindles. Even though December is usually a slower time for real estate sales due to the holidays, there are still plenty of buyers looking for a property...

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Winter Activities on Camano Island 2019-2020

Events and Winter Activities on Camano Island 2019-2020 All-ages bingo: Saturdays, 6 p.m. Play bingo in Camano American Legion Post 207, 609 S. West Camano Drive, Camano Island. Proceeds from public bingo night go toward community scholarships and helping veterans....

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7 Ways to Winterize Your Home

Winter isn't even here yet but if you're planning on winterizing your home or at least preparing for the winter weather ahead, which around here, could happen as late as February or March, here are 7 Ways to Winterize Your Home #1. Clean out your gutters. Now is a...

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Christmas and Holiday Events on Camano Island

You don't have to leave the island for holiday fun. There's lots of fun things going on around Camano Island this December, 2019. Here are some of our favorites Christmas and Holiday Events on Camano Island Christmas on Camano at Sunnyshore Studio. On Saturday,...

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Stanwood High School Halfway Completed

Construction crews are nearing the halfway point on the new Stanwood high school. They help by this time next year kids will be filling the classroom at this $147 million project that was approved by voters in 2017. Staff is scheduled to move in next November and...

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