“The smallest patch of green to arrest the monotony of asphalt and concrete is as important to the value of real estate as streets, sewers and convenient shopping.”-James Felt If you’re among the lucky ones who are ready and able to buy your first or next home now or in the near future you’re likely … Continue reading The Smallest Patch of Green
The fallout from the mortgage meltdown and housing crisis across the country has not left the Puget Sound real estate industry unscathed. Even though many articles, “experts” (yes, I was one of them) and prognosticators thought our local economy was too resilient to undergo a housing correction, here we are. A t first it was … Continue reading Real Estate Scars
Early in my real estate career my design style was easily influenced by the last beautiful house I’d shown, sold or previewed. I’d come home from a day of showing new construction (ever been in a model home? UGH!) and want to throw everything out and start over from scratch. But since my market’s inventory … Continue reading What’s Your Style?
A lot of people like snow. I find it to be an unnecessary freezing of water. Carl Reiner You have to hand it to the peeps over at Wikipedia. I was doing some research on average snowfall in the greater Seattle area this morning and this is what I found: Snowfall is very infrequent, especially … Continue reading An Unessessary Freezing of Water