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Rainy Day Activities this Weekend: March 18th & 19th

It’s cold outside… and rainy. But that shouldn’t stop your fun! Though the rain is expected to die down by Sunday, it plans on picking back up again throughout next week – just in time to welcome Spring! So, I thought this would be a great time to bring out some updated tips for home maintenance during the raining season!

Here are some tips for completing home check ups in the rain!

Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show this Weekend: March 11th & 12th

Come one, come all! Bring your family to enjoy the show! The Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show is being held this weekend at the CenturyLink Field Event Center, on March 11th & March 12th. The Seattle Kennel Club started off as the Queen City Dog Club in the 1890’s, and from there is flourished and matured into what it is today.

This event provides a prime opportunity for local breeding clubs and rescue groups to interact and educated the public about our lovely best friends. This years clubs include, the Seattle Purebreed Dog Rescue, BullsEye Dog Rescue, Bernese Mountain Dog Club of Greater Seattle, Assistance Dog Club of Puget Sound, and many, many more! Some events include the agility, obedience, and rally sessions. Other events include, the herding, flyball, therapy dogs, and drill team demonstrations. Here is a compiled list of this years vendors for the show!

March 10th Seattle Area Housing Report

This week saw the market shift even more extremely to the seller’s favor as inventory diminished even further (as if that were even possible). Our market continues to lavish sellers with a dream list of terms as buyers scramble to compete for the limited supply of homes for sale.

March 2017 Seattle Area Housing Report

Home buyers are in a spring mood, but sellers are still hibernating, suggested one broker while commenting about the latest statistics from Northwest Multiple Listing Service. Figures for February and feedback from brokers indicate record-low inventory is spurring multiple offers, rising prices, fewer sales, and frustrated house-hunters.

February 17th Seattle Area Housing Report

Increased pending sales have further diminished the supply of homes for sale-leaving slim pickings for buyers-especially at price points below $1 million in core metro neighborhoods of Seattle and all of Bellevue. Word on the street among local realtors is that many new listings are coming to market next week. While very welcome news to the ravished home shoppers out there, it falls desperately short of the inventory needed in the market to keep us from teetering into the abyss of an unsustainable seller’s market.

February 10th Seattle Area Housing Report

Pending sales were up in more than half of the region’s neighborhoods. Diminished inventory of available homes for sale continues to be a huge obstacle for home buyers. With local employers such as Amazon adding more than 110,000 workers, regionally and across the globe, and a shortage of buildable land, it’s no wonder housing supply is so tight.

February 2017 Seattle Area Housing Report

Western Washington’s “high velocity” market continued during January with the number of pending sales (7,745) outgaining the number of new listings (6,507), according to new figures from Northwest Multiple Listing Service.

January 27th Seattle Area Housing Report

This week marked slower sales activity in many areas as many new listings trickle onto the market. Perhaps buyers are playing the wait and see game? With prices expected to rise further this spring, buyers may not want to sit on the sidelines too long.

January 20th Seattle Area Housing Report

Fewer new listings this week. Solid sales activity decreases the supply of available homes in most areas. Even the $2 million+ market looks favorable to seller this week.

January 13th Seattle Area Housing Report

A lot of new listings this week with pending sales nipping on their heels. Much to the dismay of many potential home buyers, this looks to be an early start to strong seller’s market in 2017.