Posts tagged Realogics Sotheby's International Realty
Fall City: A Tale of Two Homes

Every once in a while, you’re privileged to work on a particularly special transaction. Recently, I was able to represent a family who sold their 1929 Craftsman home in beautiful Fall City, Washington.

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Waterfront Report 2018/2019

Summer is just around the corner and with that, comes waterfront season. RSIR has released a comprehensive analysis of 15 months of waterfront sales, from January 2018 through March 2019.

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Using Data to Produce Better Results in Luxury Real Estate

Real estate has been — and will always be — an industry that requires a personal touch. This human interaction will persistently be a critical component in the success of a sale. But as technology advances, the best agents will capitalize on data available to them to inform their decisions and use this as a tool to leverage properties.

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9 Design Trends of 2019

Spring is always a wonderful season for change. Many homeowners find this an ideal time to redecorate or renovate their home. Maybe it’s been awhile since you’ve made any updates or you feel recently inspired. Either way, I have a list you must read of 9 design trends that are taking over 2019.

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Kirkland Named One of 2017's Great Places in America

Kirkland, known as The Little City That Could, was recently recognized as one of the 2017 Great Places in America from the American Planning Association. Since their redesign to include updates to the “corridor’s aging sidewalks and water main,” the city aims to create a pedestrian friendly community.

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2016/2017 Mercer Island Market Report

Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty has recently released their 2016 Market Report which examines the year-over-year performance of 24 markets that the brokerage serves, factors that have affected the Western Washington housing market this past year, and insight on where the market is heading in 2017.

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Seattle: Is it Vancouver Déjà Vu?

We are thrilled to share that our charming Wallingford Craftsman sold over the asking price and we could not be happier for our sellers.

Having been extensively remodeled, this home merges architectural detail with modern style. It has been carefully expanded and reorganized for today’s living, adding 845 square feet to include 2 additional bedrooms. Every surface has been touched and detailed with skill. Generous and light filled living spaces include living room with Batchelder Art Tile Fireplace and built-in book cases, notable millwork and spacious dining room grounded with warm hardwood floors. New and expanded Kitchen with welcoming Dutch door opens to a private yard. All new baths with supplicated finishes. High ceiling, wide hallways, ample storage. Close to cafes, shops, theaters and city access!

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Puget Sound Business Journal Says Nearly 22% of Seattle's Renters are Qualified Homebuyers

Marc Stiles reported in a recent Puget Sound Business Journal  feature that “More than a fifth of renters in Seattle could afford to buy houses,” a fact that is contributing to the seemingly ever-rising cost to rent in Seattle.

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Featured Property | Mercer Island Craftsman

This exquisite craftsman boasts an architectural guesthouse that creates a Zen-like harmony. It has been artfully transformed to provide lake and Mt. Rainier views from every major room. The main house offers large living, dining spaces and the generous master-suite opens to South West facing outdoor view terrace and English gardens. The guesthouse compliments, connecting to the main home with a colonnade and trellis. Exposed beamed voluminous ceilings, slider doors, zen soaking tub and carefully detailed interiors.

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