Market Report: October
In Johnine's corner of Seattle, this month: • 2 sold above asking price • 2 sold below asking price • 3 sold at asking price—including a stunning $1,700,000 property that finally changed hands
Covid-19 Has Created a Condo Conundrum in Downtown Seattle
Thereâs one sector of our local real estate market where homebuyers can still avoid crushing competition: downtown condos.
Real Estate Gals
Real Estate Report â 9.15.2020 Tonya Spivey gives a quick rundown of what's happening in King County. #realestate #realtor #market #stats #mls @YourSeattleKW #kw #kellerwilliams
In White Center. On the left is canned goods, the center and right is produce.
Spotted in White Center. Canned goods, produce, and a community that looks after one another. ð
The Scarecrow Wire | Scarecrow
Here's a pandemic-safe activity we just discovered: Scarecrow Video. This local nonprofit lets you rent DVDs by mailâincluding titles you can't find on any streaming service. They have all sorts of rare, out-of-print, foreign, and independent films you can't find anywhere else.
School Diversity Calculator
How racially #diverse is your child's school? There's a calculator for that. As The Seattle Times points out, it's largely determined by where people decide to live: "Schools, naturally, reflect the demographics of the neighborhoods they serve. The reason our school system is so segregated is because our neighborhoods are, too."
Seattle's Real Estate Market
We provide up-to-date market stats, available to everyone at https://realestategals-local.com/sitemap/city/WA/Seattle If you want more specific stats—a single neighborhood, or even a single block—we can make a custom report for you. The real estate market isn't a black box. We can help you see inside.
Redlining in Seattle
Pulling this up from our archives. It's long past time to right these wrongs as best as we're able. “The history of racial restrictive covenants and racial segregation, while generally forgotten, is an immensely important aspect of Seattle’s past. It has left its mark on all Seattle neighborhoods and has shaped the demographics of Seattle’s residential neighborhoods.”
How to Prepare Your Home for COVID-19
A good way to think about planning, said former CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden, is “if you had to be quarantined for 14 days at home,” how would you cope?
Tacoma’s Housing Market "Wins" Nationally for Speed and Competitiveness
The aroma of Tacoma used to be putrid eggs. Now the city smells like money and open-house candles.