Real Estate

Seattle Backyards Are Getting Smaller – Here’s How To Make The Most Of Yours!

July 22, 2021

A recent article by nationwide self storage marketplace STORAGECafé investigated lot size evolution in the Seattle metropolitan area. The main takeaway is that even as homes are getting bigger, yards are getting smaller. The median lot size in the Seattle metropolitan area for new homes built in 2020 stands at 5,200 sq. ft. This is…

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7 Kitchen Amenities Homebuyers Want Nowadays

June 14, 2021

Whether you are a skillful cook or not, the kitchen is an essential part of every home. It is where we first go when we wake up in the morning to prepare meals for the day. Therefore, as the heart of every home, it must be functional above all. But the kitchen amenities homebuyers want nowadays…

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Bathtub vs. Walk-in Shower: What to Consider

May 28, 2021

If you’re struggling with making the right decisions before your bathroom renovation, you’re not alone. Choosing between bathtub vs. walk-in shower is one of the more important things you’ll need to do. This is a common question among homeowners who are remodeling or building a new bathroom. Both forms have advantages and disadvantages. So, considering…

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Steps To Become A Competitive Seller This Summer

May 14, 2021

Summer brings the heat, for beach trips and bathing suits, but also for home sellers.  Summer months account for 40% of annual home sales across the nation.  June consistently holding the record for most home sales in one month.  Here are suggestions to become a competitive seller during real estate’s peak housing season. Curb appeal…

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The Benefits of Upgrading Your Kitchen Appliances

May 12, 2021
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The kitchen has always been the heart of the home. During the pandemic, the kitchen became even more important in order for us to take proper home safety measures.  Manufacturers identified this trend and engineered user-friendly, and economical appliances.  New kitchen appliances in 2021 showcased wireless technology, touch free connectivity, and restaurant quality features.  Upgrading…

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Renovating vs. Building a Home in 2021

May 7, 2021

Maintaining a house is not an easy thing in the long run. Now and then, some fixes are necessary, especially if dealing with an older property. Still, when our house no longer satisfies our demands, we succumb to a dilemma regarding renovating vs. building a home. Both options require a significant amount of money. But, they beat…

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Staging Sells – Capital Hill Victorian Home

April 7, 2021

Seattle Washington is full of historical landmarks and homes. The city was originally settled upon in 1891 and it is now the largest metropolis in the Pacific Northwest. As a staging company, we are fortunate to have the opportunity to see so many lovely homes in our area. Occasionally, we are lucky enough to see…

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The Most Popular Interior Design Color Palettes in 2021

April 6, 2021

The previous year has been, to say the least, troublesome. We had to adapt to the fact that most of our time we’ll be spending at home. Since our personal spaces became our prime spots, we had to try our best to turn them into places where we feel pleasant. But quarantine wasn’t all that…

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Affordable Indoor Home Security Systems

April 5, 2021

Now more than ever, home security should be top of mind. Property crime rates in the Seattle area continue to outpace the average United States city.  FBI crime indices range 1 (low crime) to 100 (high crime) per 1000 residents.  Seattle property crime sits at 76.9 compared to the United States average of 35.4. (Places…

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How to Plant a Low Maintenance Garden to Increase Your Seattle Property’s Value

March 25, 2021
Low Maintenance garden

A well-kept yard, trimmed shrubbery, and flowers add curb appeal, but few people want to spend their weekends on the upkeep. You can increase your Seattle property’s value and reduce your weekend yard work by planting a low-maintenance garden in the back, side, or even in the front yard. Here are some things to consider…

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