After the major storms that ran through Texas after Christmas, Realty Times has posted this article about what to do in the event of a natural disaster. While Washington is thankfully low in the natural disaster status, the heavy rain we get during the winter does cause flooding in some areas, especially valleys.
This article includes a link to FloodSmart.gov, and offers some safety precautions to take in case you live in an area prone to flooding. Avoid flooded roadways and flowing streams, or keeping tabs on the radio to get the latest storm information. Make sure to check out the article for more info!
We have a new listing this week:
5712 S Grove Drive
Sunny, three bed, two bath end unit town house, located in The Grove in Harbour Pointe. Living and dining areas with gas fireplace. Master suite with five-piece bath and large walk in closet. Forced gas heat. Homeowner Dues includes water and sewer. Local amenities: great dining, hiking, beach, ferry. Near the YMCA, the library, the golf course, Boeing, Highway 99, I-5, I-405. Walking distance from award winning schools. One car garage and two car drive way. Guest park right across the unit for convenience. For more information, visit Soo Paik’s website!
We are featuring an open house this week!
2845 NE Golden Drive
SATURDAY 1/23: 1:00p – 4:00p
SUNDAY 1/24: 1:00p – 4:00p
This quaint North Beach home is located on a quiet and private road providing gorgeous views of the Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains. The lot sits high on the street that has lush greenery and mature gardens. Recent updates include copper plumbing, heat pump, solar power and new roof. Very close to the thriving and very sought after Ballard neighborhood. For more information, visit Vivian Peterson’s website.
This article brings up some goals that everyone should take advantage of in order to grow your business and set yourself apart from the rest of the market with the new year.
Alright, so the lottery is over. But we love looking at houses anyway! These are some gorgeous (and expensive) houses to dream about. From an Arizonan “Zen Den,” to a Parisian Pad and back to the US for a Manhattan Flat. This article features homes with unique architecture and awesome locations.
This bungalow takes the Seahawks love to a whole new level! Both the outside and inside of this home take the local team’s colors to create a true fan’s dream home.
The outside of the house is painted in the classic blues and greens, with some matching lawn furniture! The inside takes different shades of the Seahawks team colors to tastefully decorate the home. It looks great and isn’t assaulting your eyes with the bright colors!
Follow the link to this article to see all of the pictures!
No one likes a blank wall! Adding things to the empty spaces in your home can fill a room and add a personalized style to each part of your house. This article suggests some fun and unique ways to decorate your walls!
While the framed-wallpaper isn’t too exciting, the idea of decorative books and wall gardens are some really cool ways to spice up the room. Imagine a spice garden in the blank wall in your kitchen, or some gorgeous book-based wall art would be great for a den!
If you’re in the market of buying a home, there is a certain tact you need to have when looking at homes. It’s very exciting, but sometimes saying the wrong thing can give the sellers the wrong opinion. You are marketing yourself just as much as they are marketing their home!
Certain things you say can have a negative effect on those you’re working with. It’s important to present a professional presence to anyone you don’t have a personal relationship. This article goes over eight things to avoid saying to sellers you are working with.
Windermere Real Estate and the University of Washington are welcoming in the Cuban Men’s and Women’s National Rowing Teams for the 30th Annual Windermere Cup! Taking place in Montlake Cut, this will be an exciting year for the Cup!
The article states, “The 2016 Windermere Cup matchup with Cuba is significant due to the reestablished diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Cuba on July 20th 2015.”
Shoreline Community College is adding onto some of their visibility by creating street banners and designating a portion of 160th St as “College Way.” The banners will feature an image of a student at SCC and some of the flora on campus. This article on the Shoreline Area News website goes into some of the more details of what will be going on with the new signage!