Category: Buyers

Turkey Trot 5K and Fun Run

Turkey Trot 5K and Fun Run

Our team is excited to be a sponsor of the 2nd Annual Montlake Community Club Turkey Trot 5K and Kids Run, benefiting the University District Food Bank. Here are the details you need to know: Event Day/Time Thursday, November 23 – 5K race starts at 9:30am – Kids Run starts at 10:30am Course The 5K starts at E Lynn St & 25th Ave ...

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Tiny Living

Tiny Living

With the increase in home and rent prices, it might be easy for some to see the appeal of “tiny living” but many tiny home owners are actually finding it difficult to find a place to permanently park their 300 square foot dwelling. According to this article in the New York Times, written by Lisa Prevost, zoning issues in more ...

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Seattle is Still the Hottest Housing Market

Seattle is Still the Hottest Housing Market

According to this article posted on Business Insider, Seattle is still far and away the Nation’s hottest housing market, with home prices increasing an average of 13.5% over the last 12 months – which is much higher than the National average of a 5.9% increase. And while this is not exactly news to most of us who own property in ...

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New Condo Listing in Belltown

New Condo Listing in Belltown

Exposed brick, wood beams and loft-style living gives our newest listing in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood a New York City vibe. Unit 210 at Belltown Lofts is a one bedroom, one bathroom condo with a ton of character and views of the Space Needle and downtown. Plus, it has dedicated parking in the secure common garage, dedicated storage ...

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New Townhomes in the Central Area

New Townhomes in the Central Area

We are thrilled to announce that Phase I of Twentieth South, a collection of four brand new townhomes in Seattle’s Central Area, are now selling! These 4-Star Built Green homes, built by Greenbuild Development, LLC, have varied floorplans with either two or three bedrooms, off-street parking or an attached garage (except 2005A), rooftop ...

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The Cost of New Construction

The Cost of New Construction

In this new video, Windermere’s Chief Economist, Matthew Gardner, explains why there isn’t more home building taking place to help satiate buyer demand. His three main reasons boil down to the cost of land, labor, and material costs – which make it expensive to build a home. In response, our Acquisitions Broker, Dan ...

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Sign Up for Our Weekly Updates

If you aren’t already signed up to receive weekly updates from our team, what are you waiting for?! These emails include all of our new listings, pending sales and closed transactions; plus the occasional market update. We never share our subscriber information and you’ll only receive one email from us a week. Register below and ...

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Two Bedroom Condo Now Available

Two Bedroom Condo Now Available

We just listed this sweet 2 bedroom, 1.75 bath ground floor condo at The Sandpiper for $349,000. Built in 1977, The Sandpiper is tucked along the Burke Gilman Trail and sits directly across from Magnuson Park. Unit B108 overlooks the outdoor pool and is mere steps from other community amenities like the clubhouse, rec room and sauna. It ...

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August Sets Another Record

August Sets Another Record

An article by Mike Rosenberg posted on SeattleTimes.com, titled “King County home prices surge 18 percent, most on record for this time of year“, suggests that Seattle’s housing market didn’t experience the typical summer slow down we tend to see in August. The median price of single-family homes in King County ...

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Sold in Bothell

Sold in Bothell

We cannot be more excited for our first-time home buyers who just closed on this great split-level home in Bothell. The home has 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms plus a spacious yard that backs up to a public park – which is most certainly the highlight for the couple’s energetic dog! Our team took the time to explain current market ...

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