WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE!
I am writing this as I watch the rain trickle down on a grey January day. Yes, it’s the middle of another Seattle winter! Unlike most parts of the United States, the Pacific Northwest rarely experiences snow in the winter…. Read more
BREATHE EASIER: SIMPLE STEPS YOU CAN TAKE TO IMPROVE THE AIR QUALITY OF YOUR HOME
BREATHE EASIER: SIMPLE STEPS YOU CAN TAKE TO IMPROVE THE AIR QUALITY OF YOUR HOME Let’s face it – this time of year we spend more time indoors. As the weather cools and becomes wetter, our enthusiasm for the great… Read more
MAXIMIZE YOUR HOME’S SALE PRICE
We’ve been successfully assisting buyers and sellers for many years now, and although many things have changed over the years, there are some “wish list” items that remain constant: kitchens and bathrooms that are both beautiful and functional. We’ll get to that in a minute. But first …
MAKING YOUR OPEN FLOOR PLAN FEEL LESS … OPEN!
In past years there’s been a real movement toward “open concept” living. Historically, homes were built with rooms being specified for particular purposes, and there wasn’t much crossover. Kitchens were for cooking, not entertaining and gathering. Dining rooms were for… Read more
2020 Market Forecast
Did you know that we’re in the midst of an economic expansion – and it’s the longest expansion in our history? As we bustle through our daily lives, sometimes we lose sight of that fact. And economists think there may… Read more
IT’S A NEW YEAR … SO WHAT’S ON THE HORIZON?
Happy New Year Everyone! It’s not just a new year, of course. It’s a new decade! And many of you have reached out to ask our team what is ahead in terms of real estate. In the coming months we’ll… Read more
Why Sell Your Home This Winter
While most people think that waiting for the coveted Spring market is their best option for listing their home for sale, there are some pretty compelling reasons to save some time and list your home in the winter market. 1…. Read more
Choosing The Best “Smart” Thermostat For Your Home
Winter is Here! And with winter comes a drop in temperatures. Soon you’ll find yourself reaching for that thermostat that you haven’t looked twice at all summer. For many homeowners, a thermostat is something they don’t give a lot of… Read more
Surviving A Kitchen Remodel
Chances are, if you’ve owned your home for more than a couple of years you’ve undertaken some sort of improvement project. Maybe it was a new bathroom vanity. Perhaps you painted the bedrooms. Or maybe you put in new flooring…. Read more
Putting Your Home To Bed For The Winter
Talk to any gardener you know, and they’ll probably mention “putting their garden to bed for the winter”. In the gardening world that might mean raking leaves, pulling out annual plants, weeding, and putting down a layer of compost and… Read more