Terrace Washington

About Mountlake Terrace Washington

The City of Mountlake Terrace Washington is known for its quiet residential neighborhoods, beautiful parks, trails and Lake Ballinger. Mountlake Terrace is conveniently located about 12 miles north of downtown Seattle and about 15 miles south of Everett.

Mountlake Terrace is home to 20,810 residents (2007 estimate from State OFM) and is about four square miles in size. Mountlake Terrace Washington has about 262 acres of recreational attractions including parks, playfields, two golf courses, fishing, a sports pavilion and year-round swimming in an internationally acclaimed aquatics center.

Mountlake Terrace Washington Links & Information

Website: City of Mountlake Terrace Washington

Mountlake Terrace Parks and Recreation
Mountlake Terrace – Edmonds Public School District

Using this site will provide Mountlake Terrace Washington real estate buying and selling information on homes for sale in Mountlake Terrace Washington, Mountlake Terrace Washington new homes for sale, Mountlake Terrace Washington land for sale, Mountlake Terrace short sale homes and Mountlake Terrace WA short sale real estate.

Whether you are interested in a Mountlake Terrace Washington real estate MLS number search for residential property, new home, condo or condominium, fixer home, townhomes, new construction, development land, vacant land, waterfront and lakefront, horse & equestrian property, rental investment, multi-family, foreclosure, home for sale or a home loan on your existing property, you will find a variety of Mountlake Terrace Washington real estate listings and information available by CLICKING on any of the searches listed on this page.

Government Information

Local, County & State Government Information

These links are provided to assist you in gathering detailed information about the area or region where you may be thinking of buying a home. Each of these websites have LINKS to local services in their respective communities such as: Schools, Hospitals & Medical Care, Libraries, Parks and Recreation, Fire Departments and Economic Development.

Government Websites In Washington State

City of Arlington, Washington – Official Website
City of Bothell, Washington – Official Website
City of Brier, Washington – Official Website
City of Edmonds, Washington – Official Website
City of Everett, Washington – Official Website
City of Granite Falls, Washington – Official Website
City of Lake Stevens, Washington – Official Website
City of Lynnwood, Washington – Official Website
City of Marysville, Washington – Official Website
City of Mill Creek, Washington – Official Website
City of Monroe, Washington – Official Website
City of Mountlake Terrace, Washington – Official Website
City of Mukilteo, Washington – Official Website
City of Snohomish, Washington – Official Website
City of Stanwood, Washington – Official Website
City of Sultan, Washington – Official Website
Town of Woodway, Washington – Official Website
County of Snohomish, Washington – Official Website
State of Washington – Official Website
Washington Counties – Find useful information for each county in Washington State.
Things to Consider When Choosing Your Realtor

Things to Consider When Choosing Your Realtor

If you are considering buying or selling a home, selecting a real estate broker/agent may be the first important decision you will have to make.

While there are many qualified real estate agents out there, it is important to decide on a professional who will understand your needs and individual preferences. Someone who you can respect and trust is a minimum requirement. Nearly four out of five home buyers and sellers enlist the help of a real estate professional. Whether you are looking to buy a new home or sell the one you are in, choosing a real professional who best fits your needs is vital.

Here are some questions to consider when choosing your Realtor®:

  • Are they a REALTOR®?
  • How long have they been a real estate professional?
  • Do they work full or part time?
  • How long have they been working in this particular area?
  • What type of homes do they usually handle?
  • How much of their business comes from repeat customers or referrals?
  • How many homes did they sell last year?
  • How often can you expect to be updated, regardless of any progress?
  • Do they have an aggressive marketing plan to attract buyers?

Not all real estate agents/brokers are REALTORS®!

A REALTOR® is a member of the National Association of Realtors® and must follow a strict Code of Ethics in every transaction with the public and with other real estate agents.

Above all you should choose a Realtor® that you feel comfortable with. Your real estate professional will be your guide through the entire process of buying or selling a home, and can be a valuable resource. Make sure that whomever you select is well suited to your demands.