What the New Seattle Market could mean for You

You may have heard in the news that our real estate market is changing. First and foremost I want to assure you that the sky is not falling. Our national market has been in an unhealthy inventory-starved state for the last couple of years, so in my opinion, this latest influx of inventory is a welcome change.

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Good Buying Decisions Take Information and Analysis

Buying a home is a huge investment. In this state, it’s up to the buyer to do their due diligence when purchasing a home. That’s a lot of pressure, right? This article will delve a little deeper in how you can be sure you follow the steps toward making a decision that is right for you.

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Peek into this Gloriously Preserved West Seattle Time Capsule

4112 47th Ave SW | 4 Bedrooms | 1.75 Bathrooms | 2,000 Sqft | Re-built in 1985 | $735,000

Welcome to this well cared for home in the coveted Genesee area. Upstairs includes two bright living areas, one with custom built fire place. Four large bedrooms with abundant storage. Spacious eat-in kitchen with Birch cabinets and double oven. Lower level has flex room and unfinished area with plenty of future possibilities for MIL, media room, or storage. Yard has mature landscaping, garden beds, and alley with plenty of parking. Easy walk to parks, highly ranked schools, grocery, and transport. Close to airport and downtown Seattle. You will not be disappointed in this wonderful 80’s remodel where you can put your own twist on this well built home.

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Give a Teacher what they Need to Succeed

At the beginning of 2018, I made the commitment to to give back to the community that our families, friends, and clients live. It started with the Dress For Success Event (which was a wonderful event THANK YOU for participating), then volunteering at the Seattle Girls School Annual Fundraiser, participating in the West Seattle Wine Walk, Volunteering for the Green Home Tour as a host, and the list goes on.

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Federal Way featured by Medena Keyian

Medena Keyian is a medical professional living in Federal Way with her husband, their 2-year-old son and two dogs. While she had found her work as a dialysis technician fulfilling in many ways, she still longed for a creative and artistic outlet. This is what led her to pursue photography as a side career. Continue reading “Federal Way featured by Medena Keyian”

Beyond the Popcorn Ceiling – A Guide for Savvy Buyers

Ok house hunters, what’s your strategy? Do you respond to an updated and staged home? Or are you able to look beyond? If you can have vision and be a little creative, you might come out on top and have the house of your dreams. Continue reading “Beyond the Popcorn Ceiling – A Guide for Savvy Buyers”

A Closer Look At Our Market’s Inventory

What’s the word on the street? It’s all over the place, actually. But it’s true, the market is shifting and no one knows what the heck is going on. Buyers are scoring, sellers are pleasantly surprised (or possibly disappointed), and we are coaching to expect the unexpected.

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What’s New In Doors?

Front doors are one of the key indicators of a home’s personality. But not only do they have a design purpose, today’s doors are more functional than ever. From security innovations to weather-proofing, there are so many options to consider when choosing a new door to represent your home. Here are some of the different materials options available on the market today, all of which have pros and cons:

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Finding a Good Contractor

Thinking about your next project? Need a two butt kitchen or a bathroom without carpet and brass? We got you covered. Here’s how to get started.

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Holli Margell presents the Delridge Neighborhood

Born and raised in West Seattle, Holli Margell is the woman behind the lens of Native Light Photography.  She aims to help local businesses shine through head shots, business portraits, and photographs that help them show their business story.

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