Seattle Real Estate News
Seattle – home of Starbucks, the Space Needle, and Mount Rainier. Seattle has also become known as a hipster paradise in recent years as these younger individuals have flocked to the city. Seattle now has over 700,000 residents, making it the largest city in the Pacific Northwest. It’s also one of the fastest-growing. The city sits between Lake Washington and Puget Sound, and it serves as one of the major port cities on the west coast. Many LGBT individuals and families have moved tread more..
Seattle, Washington—the Emerald City. No, it’s not located in the Land of Oz, but it is home to a large number of people. Seattle is growing quickly, and many of those moving to the area are gay or lesbian. Seattle has a large LGBT population and is second only to San Francisco in population size. Seattle is home to the Bite of Seattle, a large Gay Pride festival and the Seattle Transgender Film Festival. Because it’s a liberal city, there aren’t that many gread more..
Seattle gay realtors has noted that just about every neighborhood in this metropolis is gay-friendly and that where you want to live just might be a matter of what you are willing to pay for a home. Some of the most popular and traditional neighborhoods are very affordable. Almost all of the real estate in the city is appreciating in value. In general, the average price per square foot in Seattle was $484 in the first quarter of 2013. One of the hottest places to live in Seatread more..
Gay realtor Seattle knows the value of upselling your home when it is on the market; it only takes a few special touches to make it show like a model home. The good news is that you can do all of this for less than $200.00. Tip number one is to get rid of the clutter. Take away all the knick knacks, ashtrays and anything that makes the house look too much like it is lived in. You should also get rid of all piles of papers, stacks of books and junk in your yard. Tip two is to get rid of any eviread more..
Considering a change of pace? Consider Seattle as a place to get that ~ here are seven great reasons to check out the Emerald City. Gay realtor Seattle reports Pike Place market is a destination in and of itself. If it is not for sale there, it’s not for sale anywhere. Shoppers can buy anything from fresh salmon to handmade goods, fresh cut flowers, and every kind of souvenir imaginable. Seattle’s restaurant scene is a fun, diverse spot for innovative dishes. Everything from Ethiopread more..
Seattle is a huge city with over 3.5 million inhabitants in the State of Washington. It is situated on a narrow isthmus on Puget Sound and has the second largest gay, lesbian and bisexual populating among major U.S. cities according to gay realtor Seattle. It is an area with many different districts. The topography consists of seven hills including Capitol Hill, First Hill, West Seattle, Magnolia, Denny Hill, Queen Anne Hill and Beacon Hill. This place is a real center for the performing aread more..
Residential short sales bumped up to their highest level since April 2009 in the Puget Sound area in the third quarter, as banks were more willing to allow underwater homeowners to sell their homes for less than the amount owed. Some lenders even resorted to offering struggling homeowners cash incentives to sell. That’s according to a new report from Washington Property Solutions, a local short-sale negotiating firm that tracks short sales through the Northwest Multiple Listing Service.read more..
If you are looking for gay real estate Seattle then there are many lovely neighborhoods to choose from, each has their own character and charm. There is something for everyone in Seattle whether you are trying to find a starter home, trying to find an investment property or trying to launch an artistic career. The sunniest neighborhood in Seattle is the Alki neighborhood - all neighborhoods on the west side of the city’s Elliot Bay get a bit more sun. This is a sandy beachfront arearead more..
In the past few years’ gay realtors Seattle has noted that seller financing is becoming an option for buyers that is being offered more frequently. This is because it is becoming harder and harder to sell some properties because it’s tougher and tougher to get a loan. Extended periods of a home being listed seem to devalue the property and make it appear like something is wrong with it. Most often seller financing is offered as a lease-to-own deal. In the experience of gay realtorsread more..