RECENT BLOG POSTS
We have established that housing is beginning to get back on track, so what are the best moves to make today? Here are some very useful tips for the buyers, sellers, and owners in today’s real estate market. Homeowners are starting to gain confidence in listing their homes due to the rise in tra...
04/11/2013
  Moving into a new place can be stressful in itself, but searching for a new home from across the country can seem like a mountain too massive to tackle. When you don’t know much about the city you’re moving to, it can be difficult to find the right resources and search tools, but here are a few...
03/29/2013
While renting might sometimes feel like you're flushing a hefty portion of your income down the drain, as it turns out, renting might make the best financial sense for a few years. According to a reporting from Zillow's breakeven horizon metric, (a system measuring the number of years it takes af...
03/20/2013
2013 is looking like a seller’s market but not so much to warrant audaciousness. Inventory in King County is approximately half of what it was from a year ago and this combined with low interest rates is causing homes to sell quickly and at prices much higher than the market low at the beginning ...
03/13/2013
The NWMLS released the January 2013 numbers earlier this week and of course the Seattle Times large headline is negative (surprise, surprise).  The Seattle Times headline is "King County home prices dip to March lows" but then they say in the smaller headline that the prices are up 11% from a yea...
02/08/2013
The weather outside is frightful; dropping into the 30s and 20s this week in Seattle and surrounding areas! Now that winter is settling in nicely, you may have noticed a spike in your energy bills… and now you’re wallet is scarier than the snow flurries out your window! before you crank the therm...
02/01/2013
Many homeowners have participated in a century old tradition that looks for guidance from St Joseph to sell their home, a universal patron know as the carpenter and foster father of Jesus Christ on earth. The tradition claims that if you bury a statue of St Joseph in the home's yard, it will help...
01/08/2013
Earlier this month, Seattle University received the approval from the City Council for a plan that would more than double the school’s square footage of campus space on Broadway & Madison St. Right now the University is spread across 2.04 million sf of the 4.8 acre campus. According to the Daily ...
12/21/2012
We just wrote the other day about how the low the residential inventory was in Seattle and gave examples of what was going on in different neighborhoods such as Madrona and Maple Leaf.  The Northwest MLS just released the November numbers and they showed how love inventory really is.  King County...
12/07/2012
If you missed the Ewing and Clark open house in Everett yesterday, you can catch another one this Sunday Dec 2, from 1:00-3:00pm.  This extravagant corner DOUBLE LOT has ample space indoors and out. Inside boasts tons of natural light and a spacious floor plan with living/family/dining rooms down...
11/30/2012
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Ewing and Clark is Washington State's oldest real estate company. This blog highlights what's going on in the national and Seattle real estate market as well as some of our most unique listings.