Posts

City of Kirkland Welcomes Residents To Discuss Development Ideas

A neighborhood center in the City of Kirkland is the focus of a “development regulations” study being conducted by city officials. The area of focus is the primary intersection of Houghton, at NE 68th Street and 6th Street South/108th Avenue NE. City officials want to discuss the possible future development of the area that could include residential, office and retail occupants. But some residents are already opposing what they fear is a development plan that could negatively impact the character of the neighborhood. City Senior Planner, Angela Ruggeri has tried to clarify that there is no specific development proposal on the table, but that the city is simply trying to review regulations for the area.
Read more

Is The Housing Market Showing Signs of Improvement?

Faith in the housing market is returning, or so it seems as several companies decide to go public to raise capital.  Trulia, a house hunting website, recently went public and saw a stock price increase of 41 percent the first day of trading. Here is an Option500 Company Review when you want to dive into cryptocurrencies as well.  Apollo Global Management which includes Century 21, Coldwell Banker, and Sotheby’s International Realty among its brands has also gone public and hopes to raise more than $1 billion for Realogy, its realty brokerage arm.
Read more

Snohomish County Home Prices for June 2012 [Video]

Snohomish County Homes Prices.  Learn where the market is  going, what is affecting Snohomish County Home Prices and why. Should you buy or sell your home? Anton will help explain these numbers!!

This is a class on WA Real Estate Statistics  where we dive into Snohomish County Real Estate Statistics and the market.  How the market is being affected by Bank Owned PropertiesShort Sales,  the Economy, etc.  and When did Snohomish County Real Estate Peak? Read on and watch the video to get the answer!
Read more