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  *Synced from Seattle and Real Estate Blog It is the question many first time home buyers find themselves asking: Do I want to live in close proximity to the city, or do I want to live in a quiet neighborhood? Many first time buyers are taking into account their needs for the present, weighing t...
06/18/2014
*Synced from the Seattle Pi Have you ever watched an episode of Hoarders, and noticed that your garage has some similarities? Garages are commonly used as an area to stash items you don’t want to deal with, but this space can really be utilized as a functional work room. Installing a functional ...
06/11/2014
      *Synced from Seattle and Real Estate Blog   This beautiful Washington modern residence with commanding views is now available! The home had a superb 2007 Geoff Prentiss remodel, and showcases a modern sensibility while incorporating several Eco-friendly features. Features of the home includ...
06/04/2014
*Synced from the Seattle and Real Estate Blog Build Urban is in the process of getting a lot prepared for new townhomes in Green Lake, and, they have a unique offering for anyone who can move it – a  2,190 sf 1914 built 5 bedroom home for FREE. That’s right- the Seattle Developer is offering a h...
05/28/2014
*Synced from Seattle Luxury Rentals Blog Apodments, or micro-apartments have been trending in Seattle’s rental realm over the past year, with 700 units built in the city limits thus far. These mico units have appealed to the carless city dwellers who can fit the majority of their belongings in a...
05/21/2014
*Synced from Seattle and Real Estate Blog The Columbia Center tower could have some competition as the dominating presence in Seattle’s skyline in near future, as the University of Washington’s Board of Regents has approved plans for a 50-story office/apartment/retail/hotel complex that would sh...
05/15/2014
*Synced from Seattle and Real Estate Blog People who own property between Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park in Renton and Newcastle Beach Park near Bellevue have filed suit against Puget Sound Energy over the placement of a stretch of the proposed 18-mile long high-capacity power lines between Ren...
05/07/2014
*Synced from the Seattle and Real Estate Blog Bucking the national trend that saw home prices stay relatively flat from January to February, The Seattle Times reports that the Seattle-area market saw prices rise ever so slightly in February, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller 20-city Index. In th...
04/30/2014
*Synced from the Seattle and Real Estate Blog. Hydronic heating, solar panels, and rain catchment systems are just the tip of the sustainable iceberg for the 35 homes and 12 “sustainability stops” featured in this year’s Northwest Green Homes Tour. If you’re curious about sustainable building pr...
04/23/2014
The flowers are starting to bud, and the sun is peaking through the clouds; Spring is in the air and For Sale signs are emerging around Seattle like crazy. How do you stay ahead of the game? As the housing market begins to heat up, sellers can take these extra steps to help stand out among the r...
04/16/2014
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