The winter months are quickly approaching and it's right about that time to start prepping your home for the cold days ahead. Check out these helpful tips from HGTV on weatherproofing your house!


435 8th Avenue West, Kirkland  I am excited to announce that my client's Kirkland Luxury Estate, which went pending in 14 days, closed! Remodeled in 2012, this custom-built, 3 story home offers 7,680 square feet of luxurious living with thoughtful touches, custom millwork and an elevator. Sold for $4,200,000.


A great vendor of mine, Jon Gilbo with Diamond Home and Landscaping, can install holiday lights for you. He can also clean out your gutters and clean off your roof. Mention my name and get a 10% discount!

Diamond Home and Landscaping Services
Jon Gilbo  |  425.773.1736

1) 1655 10th Avenue E, Seattle  This Capitol Hill 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath home features a MIL/studio and boasts amazing views of the Seattle skyline, Lake Union, and the Olympics. Offered at $2,350,000

2) 5003 E Pickering Road, Shelton  A unique property with the main home consisting of 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms all situated on 4.3 gorgeous acres. This property is a haven for boaters with 975 lineal feet of low bank salt water and private tidelands. Offered at $2,100,000

3) 1715 SW Trenton Street, Seattle  Welcome home to this charming remodeled 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in West Seattle. Easy access to Downtown Seattle, I-5 & 99. Offered at $525,000 

4) 10017 NE 129th Place, Kirkland  Currently Pending | Charming 3 bedroom, 2 bath end unit town home remodeled and turnkey. Bay windows and fully fenced backyard with deck. Offered at $525,000

Last month, more than 400 guests joined industry thought leaders during the 2017 “State of the Market” Event held at the Westin Hotel in downtown Seattle. The BISNOW platform was a timely opportunity for Realogics, Inc. to launch The FutureCast Forum, described as "a collaboration of stakeholders to explore the current and projected market fundamentals and trends influencing the Seattle/Bellevue metro area by 2020 and beyond."


While it is common to self-evaluate your finances at the end of the year or even in January, it is a good idea to start sooner. According to a recent article on USA Today, taking stock of your "victories and losses" in October allows you to "right potential wrongs before it is too late."