Signs that the real estate market may be turning: Top story in Oct. 13 Journal

The Oct. 13 edition of The Journal of the San Juan Islands: Two sections, 40 pages. In subscribers
The Oct. 13 edition of The Journal of the San Juan Islands: Two sections, 40 pages. In subscribers' mail boxes, and in newsstands and markets, on Wednesday.
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After sliding steadily into the abyss over the past three years, the local real estate market appears to be on the rise.

That's according to local real estate companies — and statistics compiled from the San Juan County Treasurer and the Northwest Multiple Listing Service.

"Have we turned the corner? / Signs of life in local real estate market" is the top story in this week's Journal of the San Juan Islands, which is available Wednesday at newsstands, in stores, and in subscribers' mailboxes.

The Oct. 13 Journal is two sections, 40 pages: Local News, Election 2010, Editorial, Letters to the Editor, Voices for Health, Public Meetings, Sheriff's Log, Obituaries, Almanac, Island Scene, What's Happening!, Around Town, Sports, Classifieds, Sudoku, At Your Service Professional Directory, Crosswords, Legal Notices, and our monthly Real Estate in the San Juan Islands.

The Journal has been the Voice and Choice of the San Juan Islands since 1906. Call 360-378-5696 or e-mail for convenient mail delivery.

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