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Marc brings a fresh approach and different viewpoint to real estate in Spokane. His past experiences include business ownership, multiple real estate investments (houses, land, rental, commercial), and running a professional practice. Marc has had an unwavering commitment to customer service and client satisfaction since he began his first business of mowing lawns as a teenager. Not only does he understand the complexity of the real estate market, but even more importantly understands the complexity of everyday life and the need to go above and beyond for every client. As a result, Mint Realty was established offering a comprehensive, full-service approach to real estate.

Marc was born and raised in Spokane. He graduated from Whitworth University where he met his amazing wife Molly. Marc also has a DMD degree from the University of Pittsburgh. They live just north of Spokane and have 4 children and a hobby farm on 10 acres. He loves working on projects, traveling, and spending time outdoors.

 

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What Happens when you Make an Offer?

If you want to buy a new washing machine, you simply go into a retail store and pay the listed price. Pretty simple. However, it doesn’t work quite that way when it comes to real estate. Although a home will usually have a “listed price”, you must make an “offer” for ...

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Is Your Home in “Move-In” Condition?

When buyers view your home, they ask themselves whether they like it. Assuming that the answer is “yes”, they try to determine how much work would be required before they could move in. It’s not uncommon for a buyer to be interested in a property but be turned off by the ...

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How Much Can you Afford?

Why is it so important to know how much you can afford to spend on a home? Two reasons. First, you don’t want to buy a property and then find out, after you’ve moved in, that you can’t financially maintain it. That would mean having to resell it under stressful conditions. Second, you ...

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Consider the Possibilities

You’re shopping for a new home. You visit a property that looks great from the outside, but when you go inside to explore the rooms, you’re disappointed. The kitchen is cluttered and “feels” small. The living room seems too wide. The master bedroom doesn’t look comfortable at all. Should you strike ...

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