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Donate Backpacks to Support Foster Kids this School Year

The first day of school is an exciting time for most kids; many show up with the latest fashions, electronics, and backpacks. Foster children, however, are often less privileged. At North Pacific Property Management, we believe that the first day of school should be a day where every kid can be ready for the school […]

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UPDATE: Renting Statistics Infographic

Our last blog post showed some recent data statistics relating to U.S. renting markets, focusing in on the Seattle area. Recently, we found a helpful infographic summary of some of this rental data. The graphic comes from AppFolio, an online property management software company. We recently switched to their property management software services for our […]

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Renting: Good, Bad, or Indifferent?

When the real estate bubble of 2008 broke, housing prices experienced one of the largest drops in American history. After the initial shock, the millions of foreclosures, and a roller coaster ride of a recovery, housing has emerged once again as a booming market for consumers and investors. The distressed home market (houses that were […]

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Easing the House Rental Process

  Renting a house is a good option for those looking to avoid the hassle of owning a home, but there are important things you should know before choosing a house rental. Renting may be a good choice if you are looking to be moving within a couple of years or trying to avoid the […]

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What Can Our Bellevue Property Managers Do For You?

Investing in land and property is a great way to build your financial portfolio… However, if you want your assets to grow in value, and not wind up losing money it is a good idea to hire a property manager. Our Bellevue property managers can take the stress out of renting and maintaining your property […]

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