Podcasts: Radio Real Estate

Podcasts

Radio Real Estate

Saturdays from 10 – 11am

Visit Mike Kent’s official website.

Photo courtesy of City of Bellingham

Radio Real Estate part 1 3/22/14

Mike Kent, Kris Halterman and Jacob Deschenes host a special two-hour program called “Is Your Whatcom County Lifestyle Secure?”

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Radio Real Estate 3/15/14

Host Mike Kent continues his discussion about homeowner’s insurance coverage with insurance claim adjuster Jim Heiden of Heiden & Associates Property Adjusters.

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Radio Real Estate 3/8/14

Host Mike Kent talks insurance claim adjuster Jim Heiden from Heiden & Associates Property Adjusters about common fire dangers and mistakes people make when it comes to protecting their homes.

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Radio Real Estate 3/1/14

Realtors Lyle Sorenson and Mary Kay Robinson fill in for Mike Kent, talking about Bellingham’s proposed landlord licensing program.

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Radio Real Estate 2/22/14

Host Mike Kent talks about the myths of closing and the do’s and don’ts of early possession before a sale has closed.

House Real Estate

Radio Real Estate 2/15/14

Host Mike Kent talks about what to do when you’re still trying to sell your home and trying to buy a new one at the same time.

Photo provided by the Port of Bellingham

Radio Real Estate 2/8/14

Host Mike Kent talks with Port of Bellingham Commissioner Dan Robbins about how things are going so far in 2014…

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Radio Real Estate 2/1/14

Host Mike Kent talks about how the Superbowl helps home sales and Tuesday’s County Council Meeting in regards to water/property rights.

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Radio Real Estate 1/25/14

Host Mike Kent talks with Michael Mathis, founder and CEO of the Burned Children Recovery Foundation, about the organization’s relocation to Whatcom County.

House Real Estate

Radio Real Estate 1/18/14

Host Lyle Sorenson fills in for Mike Kent and talks with real estate developer Dave Carlson about Whatcom County’s development potential.

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