Green Up Your Seattle Home With Renewable Energy Credits We are big cheerleaders for Green Seattle Homes.  Although, I am personally smitten with the idea of this for my Portage Bay floating home, there is a less expensive way to support green energy efforts than getting a Tesla roof on your Seattle home. Did you […]

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Seattle Green Homes New Choice: Tesla Solar Roof Need an innovative new roof that can provide your home with solar energy???  (This is the Green industry disruption that I personally have been waiting for!!! ) Leave it to Elon Musk and Tesla to roll out a solar roof that lasts as long as your house! […]

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NE Seattle Homes For Sale:  Wedgwood Real Estate – Just Listed!(SOLD)   Solid home investment in the fantastic NE Seattle Wedgwood neighborhood! This brand new Wedgwood listing has three bedrooms on the main including a master bedroom and bathroom. In addition, there is a huge living room with a gas fireplace plus a spacious finished […]

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Built Green in Seattle neighborhoods and Seattle suburbs? In Seattle real estate, I have written about all the great Built Green properties in Seattle neighborhoods & Seattle suburbs before, but I thought it was pretty cool that the Master Builders Association in partnership with both King and Snohomish Counties also offer a Built Green Self Certification checklist for […]

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Seattle real estate is so much fun and nothing is more fun for me than walking into a house and seeing the remodeling that a client has done or is thinking of doing. I have a lot of clients who want me to come over and just take a peek at plans for a potential […]

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Seattle Real Estate is so much fun, but it is really amazing when something cool happens along the way……………………………….. I recently sold a gorgeous view home in Edmonds, WA..it was one of the most unique houses I had ever seen or had the pleasure to sell. In addition to being a view home, it had […]

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Should You Grab a Hammer or Call the Bulldozer? Seattle is filled with glorious homes built during the last turn of the century. There are homes here dating back to the 1800’s, but most in the older neighborhoods of Queen Anne, Magnolia, Ballard, University District, Capital Hill, The Central District, Madison Park and Ravenna are […]

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