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It’s hard to believe it has already been years since I was first a guest talking real estate data in one of the inaugural episodes of the Seattle Growth Podcast from University of Washington Professor, Jeff Shulman.

Fast forwarded to Professor Shulman’s 5th season that...

It's admittedly a bit of a self-pat on the back, but it is a point of pride.  After years of tracking and analyzing the data to put to use for clientele and my own buying and selling, it seems that more and more people and media outlets are taking notice.

I've you'...

Last week, I had the pleasure of getting to see a presentation from nationally acclaimed economist, Elliot Eisenberg, which was quite educational and extremely enjoyable.  Dr. Eisenberg began with some background on the current economic conditions and examples of how t...

A recent report from ApartmentList.com, "Why Some Renters Chase Jobs & Others Chase Locations," delves into why renters are moving to specific destinations as well as their likelihood of staying and purchasing a home.

In general, they broke their research down into two...

I recently reached out to an investor client to see how everything was going with a rental property I helped her acquire a few years ago.  I had seen a Facebook post from her asking for a few items of necessity (i.e. bedding) for a family who had just moved into her re...

May 4, 2018

A recent KOMO story about buyers who purchased a "flipped" home illustrates an important "buyer beware" lesson.  The KOMO story is about a couple who bought a home that had been flipped, only to find out after purchase that there were significant structural deficiencie...

"You're from Seattle? It rains all the time there, huh?"

Not exactly.

Those of us who live here know what it's really like. Sure, our fall, winter, and spring have a fair amount of "gray" days, but it's not all gray. And when it rains, it's typically not heavy.

I own an u...

The real estate TV shows out there are nowhere near an accurate depiction of what it is like to buy and sell a home or what the life of a real estate broker is like.

There's of course the contingent of people out there who think real estate agents are overpaid, focusing...

April 1, 2018

In an effort to make housing more equitable, Seattle City Council passed legislation in 2016 requiring landlords to accept the first tenant application received that met their minimum rental criteria.  Much of the reasoning behind it was to prevent a landlord from exhi...

March 25, 2018

With tech giants like Microsoft on the Eastside, and others like Facebook spreading their footprint, it's safe to say real estate has been a hot commodity in cities close to these work campuses. I know, Captain Obvious here.

But to the point, if you've been considering...

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