Sep

10

Surprises Around Every Turn

Just when I think I might be at last up to speed on Seattle’s condo buildings and their particulars, I come across something surprising and delightful that makes me glad I am not. I cannot remember a time when a client said to me: Please find me something outside of town, the further the better. Instead, what […]

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May

02

Completely Magical

In a happy development, a whole spate of appealing condominium homes have come on the market this past week. I tooled around with clients and visited several of them today on Capitol Hill and First Hill, each just as good as the last. This one, though, it captured our imagination and I daresay even a heart […]

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Feb

19

Out and About

My business, as you would expect, takes me from place to place to place. And our current market remains so brisk that my own pace must keep up. In the past week I have been all over, and along the way I collected a few snapshots of some things that caught my eye. Downtown Bellevue’s burgeoning […]

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Jun

12

Searchingly

If I were really to write the blog of my dreams, I would have such a fun time talking about what I really think about so many properties I see, as well as all the kooky things Realtors say and do. But this would not only be frowned upon by those I wish to make […]

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May

31

Stairway to Heaven

Tomorrow, on what is predicted to be another perfect day, I will find myself on top of the world. 1812 11th Avenue #C, Seattle. Offered at $679,000. Two bedrooms, two and one-half baths. Fabulous rooftop deck overlooks it all. 1540 interior feet. Modern! Built in 2007. One garage parking space. Monthly dues: $362. For more […]

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Apr

21

Art Deco Showpiece

Oh, la, to be an octogenarian and look this good, still stylish. This is really an elegant, alluring, and intimate apartment a few blocks away from Capitol Hill cafe life. Available for rent: $1250 per month. For more info and photos, click here.

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Apr

01

No Foolin’

It’s easy to be grumpy when it’s April 1st and one must finally face the taxes due in two weeks. Woe! It’s also a funny little holiday, though, and what’s this I espy out my window? Two blue relics, driving down the road. About two hours later, while walking to my office through Cal Anderson […]

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Mar

20

Represent

On Thursdays, GBK shows up. We get out and we tour. We visit open houses in the 390 and the 380 (Madison Park to Seward Park, Lake Washington to I-5) , and we host open houses on our listed properties. We are small but mighty. Especially if you live or do business in these neighborhoods, […]

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