Seattle

14123 101st Pl NE

14123 101st Pl NE

You'll love the quiet setting and convenient location of this tastefully updated home. Ideal layout with four bedrooms upstairs plus a lofted bonus room with vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and large windows to invite the outdoors in. Renovated kitchen features stainless appliances, quartz countertops, plus new sink and backsplash. All of this plus easy access to amenities, parks and popular Lake Washington schools!

141 NW 74th St

141 NW 74th St

Built in 2015, this charming Phinney Ridge Craftsman has all the spaces you’ve dreamed of! Light and bright great room concept on the main floor with gorgeous natural light, real oak hardwoods, and access to lovely outdoor spaces. This house was built to entertain—spacious chef’s kitchen featuring quartz countertops, Bertazzoni range, dedicated pantry and a kitchen island with butcher block. Make this classic Seattle Craftsman yours!

Historic Pioneer Square Condo

Historic Pioneer Square Condo

Historic condo in the heart of Pioneer Square! Rich with Seattle history, the Florentine is a former warehouse built in 1909. This home features exposed fir timbers, reclaimed fir floors, gallery walls for the art enthusiast & reclaimed solid interior doors on industrial-grade steel sliders. Impressive details at every turn + the convenience & excitement of Pioneer Square outside your door. 

Selling Your Home Without an Agent

Selling Your Home Without an Agent

News headlines make it seem like selling homes is easy. Plenty of folks probably wonder whether they need a real estate broker at all. But most DIY sellers leave thousands of dollars on the table by skipping important steps when selling their homes because they don't have the tools to handle marketing their home or negotiating the best deal.

Q1 2017 Market Report

Q1 2017 Market Report

Unless you’re living under a rock, you know that our region is growing like a weed in a swamp. Windermere just released Q1 market reports for SeattleMercer Island and the Eastside. The median home price in King County just hit $600,000 while Seattle’s median reached $700,000, double the 2012 level during the recession. If you bought a home five years ago—or two years for that matter—you should be sleeping well!