Ginnie Mooney Real Estate
Ginnie Mooney is one of Hood River’s most trusted and top-selling brokers, counting among her clients numerous distinguished business and community leaders. A member of the NAR since 1993, and Owner of her company since 2000, Ginnie works with individuals, investors, and developers interested in the gorge’s most coveted properties—with a particular focus on Hood River farms, investment rentals, first time home buyers and referrals.
Ginnie earns the respect of her clients by working tirelessly on their behalf and by always offering them candid advice as well as specializing in making the copious amount of paperwork required in a real estate active listing and sales transaction as seamless as possible.
When she isn’t working, Ginnie enjoys cooking, traveling, flying with her husband in their personal aircraft, tending to her farm and spending time with family and friends.Learn More
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Tips for First-Time Homebuyers
Most homebuyers start the process anxious, excited, nervous, and some are downright terrified. It’s natural. A home is the largest and most expensive purchase that most people will make in a lifetime. It can either turn out to be a complete financial disaster or a smart long-term investment. The person standing between it being aRead More
Signs that Now is the Time to Sell Your Home
There are many reasons why it may be time to sell your home. You may need more space to make room for a growing family or you need to downsize after your kids leave the nest. Whatever your motivations, you want to make sure that you’re timing it right. If you sell when home pricesRead More
Remodeling Projects That Will Boost Your Home’s Value
There are two ways to think about remodeling projects that will boost your home’s value; you can get one or two major remodels done or opt for a bunch of small fixes. Depending on your budget and your timetable, one approach may be better for you than the other. For instance, if you have anRead More