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Lynden, Washington is located just four miles south of the Canadian Border and is only 15 minutes north of Bellingham. Lynden lies between the natural beauty of Mt. Baker and the San Juan Islands. Lynden boasts a strong Dutch heritage and a strong sense of community. Lynden is known as a great place to raise a family and has very strong public and private school systems. To view homes in a particular Lynden area, click on the following links:

March 27th, 2017

10 Tips To Increase Your Home’s Value!

Written by The Muljat Group North
10 Tips To Increase Your Home’s Value!

#1. Fix All Repairs! Remember that not all improvements are cosmetic. Fixing roofs, inspecting for termites and hidden water leaks are just some of the things to keep an eye out for. Consider hiring an inspector to help. #2. Add Fresh Paint. Simply purchasing a $25 gallon of neutral paint (to appeal to a broader audience) …

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March 16th, 2017

Annual Spring Craft & Antique Show

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Annual Spring Craft & Antique 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 …

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March 1st, 2017

Whatcom County Home & Garden Show

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Whatcom County Home & Garden Show

The 38th Home & Garden Show is happening this weekend at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds - Henry Jansen Ag Building. It's scheduled to run from Friday, March 3 through Sunday, March 5. Approximately 150 vendors will be present, says the sponsoring Building Industry Association of Whatcom County. It's a great place …

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February 22nd, 2017

Whatcom County Water Rights

Written by The Muljat Group North

The Washington Supreme Court decision in Hirst et al. vs. Whatcom County, WA Sup. Ct. No. 91475-3, took away the right of rural property owners to develop small household sized wells. This case, you may recall, concerned Whatcom County's use of exempt wells to allow construction in the unincorporated portions of Whatcom …

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January 6th, 2017

Housing Market 2017

Written by The Muljat Group North
Housing Market 2017

These 3 trends will shape the housing market in 2017 1. Rates: In December, the Federal Reserve raised interest rates for only the second time since 2006, and a majority of the members of the Fed's rate-setting board predict there will be three more increases coming in 2017. 2. More Credit: Though mortgage rates …

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December 30th, 2016

Happy New Year!

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December 23rd, 2016

Merry Christmas

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Merry Christmas

From all us to you....May peace and happiness be yours this Christmas and throughout the New Year! Merry Christmas! …

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December 21st, 2016

Caliber Home Loans

Written by The Muljat Group North
Caliber Home Loans

We have a new on-site Loan Consultant. It's been a welcome addition to have Casey at the office! Casey will provide you with superior and personal expert guidance throughout the home financing process. Casey Porter, Caliber Home Loans Tel: 360.398.5834 Mobile: 360.510.2840 Email: casey.porter@caliberhomeloans.com Office …

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December 9th, 2016

Jansen Art Center

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Jansen Art Center

The Jansen Art Center has a number of interesting classes to join all year round. The studio workspaces are located on the lower level with the largest being the Ceramics studio opening to an outdoor patio. The studio contains electric kilns and a gas kiln. You can learn to paint silk, weave, make jewelry and paint. There …

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December 8th, 2016

Lynden Highlights

Written by The Muljat Group North
Lynden Highlights

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Lynden. Lynden's 26th annual Lighted Christmas Parade was on December 3. It was a beautiful site watching the colorful lighted parade of trucks, tractors and floats roll by. Edaleen Dairy was the title sponsor for the event. The sidewalks on Front Street were packed with parade …

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