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Fall 2022 Market Update

Last week the Federal Reserve raised the interest rates by the third consecutive time by .75% basis points to reach 3.25% from 0% just a short time ago. This is consistent with what they have said they plan to do and is not the last rise expected this year. A similar rate increase is likely

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Summer Market Update 2022

Seattle and Mount Rainier

There is an overall sense that “normalcy” is returning to the market with June prices showing their smallest growth since June 2020.   According to the Northwest Multiple Listing Service’s monthly report, released July 6th, realtors overall said there were more houses on the market, and for longer, in June, with prices continuing to stabilize,

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Summer Home Projects

Lawn chairs have emerged from hibernation, flowers are in bloom, and the smell of barbecue is in the air—summer is finally here! With all the fun activities filling our weeknight and weekend calendars, carve out a little time to check these easy summer home maintenance to-dos off your list to keep your home in tip-top

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Spring Market Update 2022

As rates reached over 4.5% last week for the first time in several years, the market continued to stay smoking hot. We expect that if rates continue to rise, we will start to see a material slow down on pricing and perhaps activity, but that has not happened yet. Today’s rates start at 4.625% and

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April 8th: Homeless Solutions in Seattle with Charles Durrett

Friday, April 8, 2022 7:30 PM 9:00 PM UFM- University Friends Meeting 4001- 9th Avenue Northeast, Seattle, WA, 98105 Come join us in creating a ground swell of movement to help get Seattle homeless citizens safely and affordably housed. Author/ Architect and Activist will be speaking about his book, “A Solution to Homelessness in Your

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April 1st Open House celebrating Together/Apart

Office Happy Hour – Friday April 1st 4:30PM-7:00PM Come celebrate our office exhibit Together/Apart by local artists Julie Graber & Daphne Minkoff featuring photos taken and shared between two friends during the pandemic to stay connected during times of separation. In/Outdoor Event Email to RSVP eva@infinitiRED.com   We are excited to host this thoughtful art

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2022 Real Estate Market Forecast

As 2021 comes to an end, everyone is still feeling the pandemic’s influence on the world. In the real estate market, it was challenging year to buy a home. The key factors in this year’s market were low inventory, low interest rates, high demand and fierce competition. If you were lucky enough to win a competitive offer,

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Celebrating Lake City Partners Permanent Shelter

This holiday we are celebrating the success of the Lake City Partners, a non-profit serving the unhoused community in North Seattle and Shoreline. This year they received funding from King County to purchase the Oaks residential apartment building in Shoreline to serve as a permanent home for up to 65 unhoused residents. Lake City Partners

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Join us for Trick or Treat in Fremont from 2-5pm on Halloween

Once again, the Fremont community is joining together to provide our community with a chance to Trick-or-Treat, in the daylight, at familiar shops and restaurants throughout the Center of the Universe. On Sunday, October 31st from 2p – 5p. we are excited to safely join our fellow businesses in this annual tradition. We will hand out treats to

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Passive House

passive [pasiv] house [haus] by Rob Harrison The term passive house (Passivhaus in German) refers to the rigorous, voluntary, standard for energy efficiency in a building, reducing its ecological footprint. It results in ultra-low energy buildings that require little energy for space heating or cooling. Although it is mostly applied to new buildings, it has

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