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What Mr. Rogers would do

By Eva Conner | May 3, 2018

How to feel more connected with your neighborhood You’ve moved into your new place—congrats! You’re busy setting things up, learning the quirks of your home, finding a new routine. You declare to your partner or friends that you’re eager to explore the new neighborhood. Then, 2 years later, you’ve found your grocery store, favorite coffee […]

Launching a Remodel

By Eva Conner | November 8, 2021

COUNTERS & FAUCETS & FRIDGES, OH MY! I made a Pinterest board (see above, I’m not afraid to be hipster basic), which most contractors and designers say is the best place to start collecting inspiration and creating a cohesive vision. I created a rough budget ($10-12k) after talking with friends, colleagues, and inspectors, and reading […]

Own-to-Rent

By Eva Conner | November 16, 2021

Rather than the typical “move-up” buyer of the past, who sold their previous home upon buying a larger one, these days many Seattle-ites [who can afford it] are instead turning their first home into a rental. There’s a LOT to keep in mind, however, when making the change—including regulations on short-term rentals, the city’s RRIO program, and current […]

The Skipper–or, great things in our city

By Eva Conner | February 14, 2019

When it’s miserable outside or the headlines are bleak, it’s easy to forget that there are inspiring people doing amazing things in Seattle. And then there are folks who are just out to create some joy… I was walking during Snowmageddon a few days ago and spotted The Skipper–a little slippery slush couldn’t steal the […]

What Mr. Rogers would do

By Eva Conner | May 3, 2018

How to feel more connected with your neighborhood You’ve moved into your new place—congrats! You’re busy setting things up, learning the quirks of your home, finding a new routine. You declare to your partner or friends that you’re eager to explore the new neighborhood. Then, 2 years later, you’ve found your grocery store, favorite coffee […]

November 2021 Market Update

By Eva Conner | November 16, 2021

Taking the temperature Following on last month’s graph, we can see that sale price versus list price %—rather than starting to dive precipitously from September to October—stayed about steady this fall. Don’t let that mislead you, though: While there are still wildly competitive homes going under contract (16 offers last week on a house in […]

Own-to-Rent

By Eva Conner | November 16, 2021

Rather than the typical “move-up” buyer of the past, who sold their previous home upon buying a larger one, these days many Seattle-ites [who can afford it] are instead turning their first home into a rental. There’s a LOT to keep in mind, however, when making the change—including regulations on short-term rentals, the city’s RRIO program, and current […]

Cash Reality

By Eva Conner | February 28, 2018

It can feel very discouraging when it seems like EVERYONE is paying cash for high-dollar Seattle homes. It can be competitive out there, but here’s the deal: Of the approximately 4,800* Seattle homes sold over the last 6 months, more than 3/4 were financed in some way. Cash purchases are out there, but their instance […]

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What Mr. Rogers would do

May 3, 2018

How to feel more connected with your neighborhood You’ve moved into your new place—congrats! You’re busy setting things up, learning the quirks of your home, finding a new routine. You declare to your partner or friends that you’re eager to explore the new neighborhood. Then, 2 years later, you’ve found your grocery store, favorite coffee […]

Launching a Remodel

November 8, 2021

COUNTERS & FAUCETS & FRIDGES, OH MY! I made a Pinterest board (see above, I’m not afraid to be hipster basic), which most contractors and designers say is the best place to start collecting inspiration and creating a cohesive vision. I created a rough budget ($10-12k) after talking with friends, colleagues, and inspectors, and reading […]

Own-to-Rent

November 16, 2021

Rather than the typical “move-up” buyer of the past, who sold their previous home upon buying a larger one, these days many Seattle-ites [who can afford it] are instead turning their first home into a rental. There’s a LOT to keep in mind, however, when making the change—including regulations on short-term rentals, the city’s RRIO program, and current […]

The Skipper–or, great things in our city

February 14, 2019

When it’s miserable outside or the headlines are bleak, it’s easy to forget that there are inspiring people doing amazing things in Seattle. And then there are folks who are just out to create some joy… I was walking during Snowmageddon a few days ago and spotted The Skipper–a little slippery slush couldn’t steal the […]

What Mr. Rogers would do

May 3, 2018

How to feel more connected with your neighborhood You’ve moved into your new place—congrats! You’re busy setting things up, learning the quirks of your home, finding a new routine. You declare to your partner or friends that you’re eager to explore the new neighborhood. Then, 2 years later, you’ve found your grocery store, favorite coffee […]

November 2021 Market Update

November 16, 2021

Taking the temperature Following on last month’s graph, we can see that sale price versus list price %—rather than starting to dive precipitously from September to October—stayed about steady this fall. Don’t let that mislead you, though: While there are still wildly competitive homes going under contract (16 offers last week on a house in […]

Own-to-Rent

November 16, 2021

Rather than the typical “move-up” buyer of the past, who sold their previous home upon buying a larger one, these days many Seattle-ites [who can afford it] are instead turning their first home into a rental. There’s a LOT to keep in mind, however, when making the change—including regulations on short-term rentals, the city’s RRIO program, and current […]

Cash Reality

February 28, 2018

It can feel very discouraging when it seems like EVERYONE is paying cash for high-dollar Seattle homes. It can be competitive out there, but here’s the deal: Of the approximately 4,800* Seattle homes sold over the last 6 months, more than 3/4 were financed in some way. Cash purchases are out there, but their instance […]

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