We know it’s still summer, but it’s always best to plan ahead so you won’t be left with any last minute surprises. Your home goes through more changes than you may think each year. With temperature changes, aging and normal wear and tear it is important to stay on top […]
A recent study by our friends at Fannie Mae shows that Home Buyers did not know the answer to these 3 important questions:
1.) What is the minimum down payment for a home?
2.) What is the minimum FICO (credit) score required to qualify for a mortgage?
3.) What is […]
If you have recently been downtown on 6th Avenue, it is quite possible that you have seen some sort of dome being built. What is it? A bird? A plane? Nope, it’s Amazon’s newest project. Their new work Biospheres are projected to be completed by 2018. The Biospheres will be […]
SODO Commuters may be in for a special treat, but not until about 2018-2020. Metropolist recently hosted SDOT’s South Lander Bridge Proposal Open House and it’s moving forward after being postponed for a few years. It is estimated that the train tracks have about 100 train crossings daily, closing the […]
Nothing is better than summertime in Seattle. Sitting with your closest friends and family at a local outdoor concert can become one of your fondest memories. Thankfully, Seattle Times came out with an outdoor concert calendar so that you can make this dream come true. If outdoor concerts aren’t […]
Myth #1: The dreaded BUBBLE!
You are smart to be cautious in any market when making the biggest investment you are likely to make in your lifetime. But balance that with the bigger picture. The Seattle real estate market is growing and it can be tough for buyers. But a […]
HOW MANY PIES? We loved up our real estate clients with apple, pecan and pumpkin pies last Tuesday, just in time for Thanksgiving. All told, it was more than 240 pies!
Our 2nd Annual High Time for Pie Time Client Appreciation Party was an absolutely delicious event. Good music, […]