Lana Davick, New Broker at Dedicated Realty

lana-davikLana was raised in the Yakima, and after 10 years away, came back to raise her family here. She has resided in the West Valley area for nine years with her two kids attending West Valley schools

Lana has worked in marketing for five years, has a good knowledge of the current marketing trends including digital and social media.

Lana is involved in many charitable projects through both work and through her role at the Yakima Elks Lodge.  She loves to help others in her community and to give back wherever she can.

With a background in Interior Design and a love of decorating both indoors and outdoors, Real Estate has always been a desire of Lana’s.  Now as a new broker she looks to combine her knowledge of marketing and her passion for design to help both buyers and sellers in the Yakima real estate market.

Yakima’s Aspen Village Waterfront Home

Aspen Village Waterfront Home

2011  White Pine Ct  ,  Yakima , WA 98902Beautifully maintained home in desirable gated Aspen Village. Water front, with deck, patio, huge open kitchen family room, formal dining. Private master bedroom with access outside patio. $ 469,500. Call Ron at 509-594-4707

Perfect Location For Light Industrial/Retail — Includes Small Rental House

Commercial Building For Sale on Yakima Westside

Perfect For Light Industrial/Retail Location

Great Westside location. Perfect building for small business, light industrial or retail. Showroom area, plenty of workspace and large sliding door for deliveries. Good street traffic and parking.  Includes small 1 bedroom, 1 bath, rental house in back. Steady renters at $475.00 per month.

508 N 20th Ave Yakima, WA 98902

$178,900

Contact Ron at (509) 594-4707

Or send me an message to contact you





Can you afford your next home?

copy-dedicated-realty.jpgIf you want to determine what you can probably really afford, there is a simple calculation you can do to achieve this.

Take your annual salary (net not gross) and multiply it two and a half times. If you have a spouse, add in his/her annual salary too. You won’t want to buy a house that has a price tag larger than this number

For example, if my wife and I make $70,000 a year net, then our loan amount shouldn’t exceed $175,000.

If you want to get technical about it, and get a more accurate number, there is a great online calculator tool that will help you achieve this. You can visit that by going here (http://www.bankrate.com/calculators/mortgages/new-house-calculator.aspx).This calculator will let you input variable such as a car payment and any credit card debt that you may have. It will give you a pretty accurate number of what you can afford.

I would love to take this a step further and find the nicest homes for the best value within your price range. Shoot me an email or give me a call so that we can discuss some more options and possibly meet up sometime soon.

Sincerely,

 

Ron Anderson

Dedicated Realty

509-594-4707

ronandmary@msn.com