Kathryn Jean Keller

Mortgage Loans • Washington State

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KATHRYN JEAN KELLER'S CORE PRINCIPLES OF SERVICE Equal Housing


ADVOCACY. Your family's interest drives our activity and we work every day to deliver the highest possible value. We teach you how to maximize the bottom line on your home investment.

SOLUTIONS. We listen to you and create mortgage solutions that complement your financial needs and objectives. We provide a convenient process and offer a full range of home loan options.

ACCOUNTABILITY. We are committed to full transparency & clarity. We communicate regularly and proactively and we deliver exactly what we promise (or better.) We measure success by your willingness to recommend us with confidence because our performance and the value we deliver exceeds all expectations.

EXCELLENCE. We cultivate a culture of discipline & rigor, striving to be technically expert and fully prepared in a highly dynamic environment. We constantly seek feedback from you so that we may continually improve our system and our service.

How To Retain Your Sanity While Working From Home

There are a lot of people who enjoy working from home; however, with the COVID-19 pandemic, many people who are not used to working from home are forced into this new arrangement. It can be hard for individuals o stay focused when they are stuck in the environment at home. Particularly if the kids are home from school, it is easy to get distracted. Fortunately, there are a few ways people can retain their sanity as they work from home. Get Into A Routine One of the first steps people need to follow is to find a routine. It can be tempting to sleep in every day, procrastinate while watching TV, and take long breaks for meals; however, it is critical to remember that there...

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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – March 30th, 2020

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When It Makes Sense To DIY

Many homeowners enjoy DIY, or Do-it-Yourself, home improvement projects. There’s nothing quite like the pride of knowing you used your own hands to put together or improve something. With the explosion of social media sites such as YouTube, Pinterest,and TikTok, spending a weekend on DIY projects seems easier than ever before. After just a couple of minutes spent searching, you can find a step-by-step tutorial, before and after photos, or a time-lapse video of any project imaginable. Anyone can do this! Right? Not so fast. In some cases, it may not make sense to DIY. How do you decide whether it will be worth the elbow grease or if you should leave it to the professionals? To DIY Or Not To DIY Building, fixing, painting,...

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Home Improvement Projects For The Quarantined

If you have paid attention to the news recently, you have probably heard about the coronavirus pandemic which also goes by the name COVID-19. Those who are exposed to the virus might be asked to place themselves in quarantine. Some states have even told their residents to shelter in place. While this infection has forced everyone to change the way they live their lives, there are still some home improvement projects you can tackle during quarantine to put your free time to use. Jump On Spring Cleaning One of the first home improvement projects people need to tackle is spring cleaning. Spring is right around the corner so it is time to sort through items that aren’t needed anymore. Start with the wardrobe closet and...

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Turn Your Yard Into An All-Seasons Living Space

Think of backyard space as “in-between” or transitional space that is a bit like being inside while being outside. Sunrooms, screened-in covered patios, outdoor kitchens, spas, fire pits and more, are all becoming very popular ways to make more use of the backyard. Making use of the outside area is not limited to only the times of the year that have nice, warm weather. Sitting around a fire pit, with a blazing fire in it, is a perfect way to spend a chilly winter evening under the stars. This is a bit like camping out, without having to leave the comfort of your home. Here are some tips about how to turn your backyard space into a comfortable and functional transitional area. Landscaping Install shade...

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