Category: Just for Fun

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 Attracts More Tech Companies

Seattle Attracts More Tech Companies

Nat Levy at GeekWire.com just published an article titled “More than 100 out-of-town tech companies set up shop in Seattle region, doubling in less than 3 years“. Because of the incredible amount of talent in the area, Seattle has become the Nation’s second best tech market behind San Francisco, with a 33% increase since 2011 ...

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Seattle Loves Its Pets

Seattle Loves Its Pets

Seattle has long been known as a pet-friendly city, but you may be surprised to learn that there are more canines than kids living within the city limits! And Seattle pet owners are looking for ways to ensure their pets are living in the lap of luxury – beyond just the big back yard (a must-have that some of our buyers have demanded ...

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Inside the Space Needle Remodel

Inside the Space Needle Remodel

Here’s a fun fact…heights can be a little scary so dining in a restaurant with a glass floor sitting 500 feet above the ground may not be on our bucket-list any time soon! But for the rest of you, you’re in luck! GeekWire.com shared images this week of the new Space Needle restaurant designs and you have to check them out. ...

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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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Windermere is a Proud Sponsor of the Seattle Seahawks

Windermere is a Proud Sponsor of the Seattle Seahawks

It’s football season once again and we are fired up that Windermere is once again the Official Real Estate Company of the Seattle Seahawks! Here’s some info from the Windermere Blog about the sponsorship and the #tacklehomelessness campaign: “All of us at Windermere are very excited to kick off our second season as the  ...

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Love mid-century modern homes? You have to see this.

Love mid-century modern homes? You have to see this.

We just listed this mid-century split level home in Seattle’s Columbia City neighborhood and we just can’t get enough of the vintage details. Walking through the home feels a bit like a treasure hunt so if you happen to stop by our open house this Sunday, February 26 between 1pm and 4pm, be on the lookout for the gold horseshoe ...

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Client Review: Ravenna Craftsman

Client Review: Ravenna Craftsman

“Larry and his team are the absolute best! We enlisted Wilcynski to help us prepare and sell our Ravenna bungalow and could not be more impressed by the service we received. The results speak for themselves: our house had 9 offers, and sold in 8 days for 33% over an already aggressive asking price. We had lots of well meaning friends ...

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Seattle is Attracting Engineers

Last week Best Buy announced that they will be creating an engineering hub in South Lake Union, making them the 5th company to announce similar moves in recent days. The first segment of this podcast makes some interesting points about how this urban development is going to impact Seattle as a whole and what it could mean for real estate ...

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