Seattle

May 31, 2012 - 10:49 AM
  May brought a mix of real estate news: median prices are up in more than half of US metros for the first quarter and builder confidence is at its highest point in five years; on the other hand, the shadow inventory of foreclosures still looms in the background and home prices are still at post-housing bust Read More
May 25, 2012 - 2:12 PM
The strength of a city is in the collective identity of a diverse group of individuals. A metro area is not simply defined by its commodities, but rather by the personalities behind community organizations and initiatives. Seattle residents are expressing themselves through art and film across the city, and Read More

Seattle art and culture scene grows

The strength of a city is in the collective identity of a diverse group of individuals.

May 25, 2012 - 1:13 PM
For those of you who already know me, you knew this post was in the works sooner than later… It’s no surprise I’m a Seattleite to the core and when Spring and Summer months roll along, I’m a kid in a candy store! My love for this time of year goes beyond the obvious, which is beautiful weather to explore Read More

Seattle Sports Are Alive & Kicking! (No Pun Intended)

For those of you who already know me, you knew this post was in the works sooner than later… It’s no surprise I’m a Seattleite to the core and when Spring and Summer months roll along, I’m a kid in a candy store!

May 23, 2012 - 4:29 PM
Seattle residents live in one of the most recognizable cities in the United States. The towering Space Needle is an icon, celebrating the creative nature of human society seeking to reach into the great beyond. However, this symbol is far from the only unique entertainment available in the city. Between Read More
May 23, 2012 - 3:27 PM
We all knew the Seattle real estate area was a pretty Green community - we have P-Patches for City dwellers to garden, Hybrid vehicles on the road, and a pretty comprehensive City Plan to keep more Green belts/protected areas;  but I didn't think, with our Overcast Skies for a large part of the year, that Read More
May 18, 2012 - 3:41 PM
New homeowners looking to put their own spin on their backyard can creatively use native plants. After purchasing one of the houses for sale in Seattle, consider researching local flora and consulting with neighborhood nurseries to determine which plants are best for your yard. The King County website Read More

Spruce up your Seattle home with local flora

New homeowners looking to put their own spin on their backyard can creatively use native plants.

May 18, 2012 - 10:37 AM
Technology gurus looking for jobs in Seattle may find that they are in luck. According to the Puget Sound Business Journal, a number of well-known tech companies are hiring in the greater metro area. Finding suitable employment with a new company is an exciting possibility, so with that in mind, consider Read More

Tech companies thrive and hire more Seattle locals

Technology gurus looking for jobs in Seattle may find that they are in luck.

May 17, 2012 - 3:44 PM
  Last week I touched on the Seattle Green Movement that is finally gaining traction in Seattle, and the country for that matter. Sustainability for our Mother Earth is the reason why it’s so imperative to adapt to an eco-friendly lifestyle… Today I’m going to touch on how you can take some easy steps to Read More
May 16, 2012 - 4:26 PM
Job seekers in the greater Seattle metro area may find it a boon to identify which industries make up the backbone of the local economy. When looking at houses for sale in Seattle, it can be beneficial to understand the surrounding job market in case a new employment opportunity is ever wanted. There are 262 Read More

Which industries are key in Seattle?

Job seekers in the greater Seattle metro area may find it a boon to identify which industries make up the backbone of the local economy.

May 16, 2012 - 4:22 PM
The Seattle neighborhood of Sodo is under renovation, and developers hope it will become an even larger sports hub for the city. Considered to be a part of Seattle’s Industrial District by locals, Sodo is located south of the downtown area and just north of Georgetown. Due to the number of projects Read More

Seattle Sodo neighborhood caters to local sports fans

The Seattle neighborhood of Sodo is under renovation, and developers hope it to become an even larger sports hub for the city.

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