Annual Spring Craft & Antique Show

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Lynden Craft Show
The first day of Spring is next week Monday! We are so excited as we were hit with a ton of snow and rain this winter. The snow was beautiful but it lingered on and on. I know that I’m ready for some sunshine, how about you?
If you are anticipating Spring you may want to check out Lynden’s 31’st Annual Spring Craft & Antique Show. It starts today at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds in the Expo Building. Meet local artisans and be inspired by all the creativity. Enjoy all the fabulous booths featuring handcrafted wares, home and holiday décor, gourmet food, re-purposed and up-cycled vintage treasures. It truly is one of the largest shows of its kind in the Northwest. Meet over 100+ artisans who will inspire you with their creativity. Do you enjoy handcrafts, antiques and original art? Looking for home décor to spruce up your home? Well, please visit the Craft and Antique Show ~ you won’t be disappointed! For more information click the following: Lynden Craft and Antique Show
Thursday & Friday Hours: 10:00am – 8:00pm
Saturday hours: 10:00am-5:00pm
Admission: Adults $6.00 | Senior (60+) $5.00 | Children 12 and under are free | free parking & return privileges

Happy Thanksgiving

Wishing you and your loved ones a Happy Thanksgiving! If you are still searching for an amazing Thanksgiving dessert you may want to take a check out our neighbor the Lynden Dutch Bakery. Their amazing bakery team has made 675 whole pies, thousands of rolls, cookies, bars and other amazing baked goods that are packaged and ready for Thanksgiving. They are located at 421 Front Street, Lynden, Washington. Give them a call 360-354-3911; they take pre-orders!
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Kid’s Design An Ad Contest – Lynden Tribune Newspaper

We want to thank all the 5th grade kids from Isom Elementary that participated in the Design An Ad contest. We enjoyed all the entries that were designed specifically for our real estate office. The winner we chose was created by, Khushi. Congratulations Khushi!! We loved that you had our company logo, office contact information and the tag line……”Come to Muljat Group where we get your house sold in no time” design-an-ad-2016-winner43

Whatcom County Home & Garden Show

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    The 2016 Whatcom County Home & Garden show will be March 4, 5 & 6 at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds in Lynden.

    HOME & GARDEN SHOW HOURS
    Friday | March 4 Time: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
    Saturday | March 5 Time: 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
    Sunday | March 6 Time: 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

  • A great place to visit if you are interesting in gardening and anything to do with construction ideas, renovations & more! The home show will have over 200 booths, seminars and wine & beer tasting. Gardening with CISCOE will be at the event on Sunday, 2:00 pm.
    For more info please visit the Building Industry Association of Whatcom County

    8 HOME SELLING TIPS FOR FALL


    When listing your home during the fall, there are a few things to keep in mind to keep your home looking fresh regardless of the weather outside.

    1. As fall weather descends, leaves fall and plants turn in for the winter. We recommend a weekly landscaping tidy-up of the yard and plant beds, removing any dead foliage and raking the ground. In the event of a windstorm, additional yard tidying may be necessary.

    2. A clean roof is imperative for making the buyer feel comfortable in the stability of the home. Therefore, it is also recommended that leaves and other debris are regularly cleared off.

    3. Since it is getting darker earlier, lighting is even more important. Outdoor lighting can be a great way to enhance the curb appeal of your home. Home improvement stores usually have outdoor lighting on sale or clearance this time of year and a small investment in a hard-wired system can provide quite an impact.

    4. Unless you will be setting the stage for each showing, we recommend keeping the lights on throughout the day. Although this may add a few dollars to your electric bill, in our experience this pays off in a quicker sale.

    5. Although you may keep more heat in your house by closing blinds, and curtains, resist the urge to do so during the day. Buyers need to feel that a home is open and bright.

    6. In order to keep your house smelling fresh and clean, opening the windows once a week on a sunny day can circulate the air. Changing the filters in the furnace or using a carpet freshener may also help although avoid strong-smelling air fresheners as many buyers are sensitive to these strong smells.

    7. Resist the urge to turn the thermostat during the day. Adjusting to below 68 degrees can make the home viewing experience uncomfortable which is not conductive to a home sale.

    8. If bringing out your winter clothes has your closet looking packed, consider removing some of the bulkier items to provide some breathing room. An overstuffed closet sends the message that it is not big enough to hold a household’s belongings, so you are better to store lesser-used items offsite while the home is listed.

    There are many advantages to selling during the fall and winter months – with less inventory buyers are more serious about finding the right home and homes that stand out and look fresh will get attention. If you are considering selling your home, please give the Muljat Group Realtors® a call: 360.354.4242