The main cause of Seattle’s urban evolution is, first and foremost, that people want to live here. Realogics Sotheby's International Realty has been on the forefront of these trends for several development cycles and is a playing a significant role in the current evolution of downtown Seattle and downtown Bellevue. Read More >
1. 10104 NE 60th St. #120, Kirkland | Offered at $699,950 2. 10628 NE 46th St, Kirkland | Offered at $1,498,000 Explore Active Properties>
From providing recreation to reducing stress hormones, water is a mood booster: research shows that people need just as much blue space as they do green for peak psychological health. Lakes, rivers, bays, and oceans can all offer respite and a place to cut loose for anyone needing a bit of a breather. Whether your pastime is water sports or beach lounging, these are just a few of the perks that make the coastal lifestyle worth pursuing.
There are so many things to see and do in Seattle, but sometimes you just need to get away. It's a good thing there are so many great small towns and getaways nestled within driving distance of the city. It makes planning a day trip, simple overnight, or weekend away pretty simple, with no need to book a plane ticket. Read More >
1. 13009 87th Place NE, Kirkland | Sold for $700,000 | Represented the Buyer 2. 709 Summit Lake Shore Rd. NW, Olympia | Sold for $745,000 | Represented the Buyer Explore Sold Properties>
Seattle’s 21-month run as the nation’s hottest housing market is over. Las Vegas topped the Case Shiller U.S. National Home Price Index this month, with prices rising 13 percent over a year ago. Seattle has not fallen completely off the map, however, coming in second with annual price growth of 12.8 percent, followed by San Francisco at 10.7 percent. Read More>
Fall is here! Along with enjoying all the amazing treats the season brings, it is also important to consider what one should do in terms of home maintenance to make sure your house is as ready for Autumn as you are! Read More >