Category Archive: News

  1. Website Announcement and Holiday Greetings

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    Mark C. Wolf, president of Northwest Read Estate Services, Inc. announced that the company will be expanding in 2012. Currently underway are a new website, logo, and marketing graphics. Additional staff will be hired and trained for residential sales, rentals, and property management. Further details will be forthcoming once the new website is launched about April, 2012. And happy holidays to all of our friends and family!

  2. Northwest Real Estate Services announces company expansion

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    Northwest Real Estate Services, headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, announced today that they
    are expanding their operations with the addition of new agents and staff, a state-of-the-art website,
    a proprietary database, unique market statistics, regular newsletter, social marketing skills, in-house training, and business/personal ethics.

    Northwest Real Estate Services, Inc. was founded in 1980 by Mark Wolf.

    “It is our belief that the economic downturn in the US, and specifically the Pacific Northwest, is
    beginning to slowly recover, and real estate will again be a preferred investment. Based upon
    population growth and a projected increase in employment and resultant income, the demand for
    housing and commercial space should expand in the coming months and years. Obviously the trump
    cards in the residential market are interest rates and the size of the shadow inventory” said Mark Wolf, president and managing broker.

    “We believe that there is no better time to re-enter the real estate market with an experienced real
    estate team and conservatively grow our company to take advantage of the current market conditions
    and project expansion.” Wolf noted. Northwest Real Estate is rolling out a new style of brokerage,
    property management, and investment services in Washington State, followed by Oregon and Idaho.