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With over 20 years of experience as a real estate developer and investor in Seattle's Eastside community, Joe C. Liu is a licensed realtor in Washington State and specializes in home real estate sales, commercial property sales, foreign property ownership (tax implications, U.S. EB-5 Visa program for foreign investors, and U.S. residency); property management (leasing, re-sales, maintenance, and security systems); remodeling; and new construction.

Joe is a native from Taiwan and fluent in Mandarin, Taiwanese, and English. He resides in Bellevue, Washington. Many of Joe's real estate clients are Chinese and Taiwanese investors. Living abroad, these clients require special attention, such as fast-tracked transactions, property management and oversight, and frequent remote coordination and communications.

With a passion for people, real estate, and construction, Joe enjoys being the U.S. liaison for his Asian clientele, catering to all of their real estate needs. Contact Joe for more information or a complimentary consultation.

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Today's Mortgage Interest Rates

For 2/01/2023

30 Year Fixed
6.125%
15 Year Fixed
5.375%
5/6 ARM
6.875%

For general informational purposes only. Actual rates available to you will depend on many factors including lender, income, credit, location, and property value. Contact a mortgage broker to find out what programs are available to you.

Mortgage calculator estimates are provided by Windermere Real Estate and are intended for information use only. Your payments may be higher or lower and all loans are subject to credit approval.

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Market Update

Year in Review: Seattle, Eastside, Condos & Waterfront. Windermere Mercer Island.

How’s the Market? Annual Review of Seattle Area Real Estate

While 2022 began on the heels of an extreme seller’s market we saw in the wake of the COVID pandemic, the second half of the year showed a marked shift back toward normalcy.  Rising interest rates and tech layoffs significantly slowed down the number of home sales.  The good news for buyers is that we […]

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