Saturday, March 15, 2008

Wenatchee: Still #1 in the Nation

Just checking in to let you know I'm still around and continue posting on some other blogs.

Wenatchee, Washington remains an active and healthy real estate market. I redirected you from this blog last year, and you can read my latest and ongoing ramblings at the following blogs.

Carol's Wenatchee real estate blog
Carol's Active Rain blog about Wenatchee
Carol's Wenatchee Condo Blog

And, there is always my primary website where you can get all kinds of info, including FREE searches for Wenatchee homes and land for sale.

As always, for the most current info contact the TOP Team:
Carol Williams
Shelley Granger

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