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By Kevin Meyer, Eastside and Greater Seattle Homes & Real Estate
(Kevin Meyer Group - John L Scott Real Estate)
  $212,000 Condominium Main Features 2 Bedrooms2 BathroomsInterior: 1,518 sqftYear Built: 1975MLS #: 432622 Location 13730 15th Ave#C102Seattle, WA 98125 Description Remodeled elegant ground floor 2 bedroom 1.75 bath condominium is luxury living in renowned gated Chambery Park. Wonderous flow of light in 1500 sqft. New hardwoods run room to room, tile plays on entry and bathrom floors. Attractive kitchen with granite, stainless appliances, new cabinets. Posh wet bar in dining room, marble mantle on living room firplace impresses. Covered patio showcases arboretum-like grounds. Huge master with private bath, his and hers closets. Lots of storage, 2 parking spaces. Fabulous clubhouse with pool and tennis courts. Near golf, shopping, dining, and much more of Seattle's best!! Easy highway ...
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By Kevin Meyer, Eastside and Greater Seattle Homes & Real Estate
(Kevin Meyer Group - John L Scott Real Estate)
Refined City Living in Prime Location $475,000 Condominium Main Features 1 Bedroom1 BathroomInterior: 769 sqftYear Built: 2009MLS #: 525785 Location 820 Blanchard St#1503Seattle, WA 98121 Description Sophisticated 1 bedroom, 769 sqft condo in desirable SLU Enso building. High-end finishes throughout the smart layout. Open floor plan with living room, dining room and kitchen - great for entertaining. Stainless appliances, concrete counters, wine rack. Dual sided fireplace in bedroom and living room. Huge picture windows with views of city and Lake Union. Master bath with floating vanity, artful tile shower, walk-in closet. Bonus laundry room. Parking, storage, and cable included. Prime location close to Whole Foods and transit lines. A Seattle masterpiece sure to sell fast.   Listing co...
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By Kevin Meyer, Eastside and Greater Seattle Homes & Real Estate
(Kevin Meyer Group - John L Scott Real Estate)
Vintage Seattle Home Overview Maps Photos Features Market Stats $545,000 Single Family Home Main Features 3 Bedrooms1 Bathroom1 Half BathroomInterior: 1,973 sqftLot: 2,700 sqftYear Built: 1908MLS #: 582720 Location 3249 26th Ave WSeattle, WA 98199USA Description Truly charming 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath, 1,973 sqft historical 1908 Magnolia home with new paint and fixtures. Expansive views of Queen Anne, Ballard and Elliot Bay. Front porch with swing. Large living room plus dining area with beautiful hardwood floors. Bonus den or 4th bedroom. Spacious kitchen with Stainless appliances and eating area. Master bedroom with peaked ceilings, reading nook, big windows. 1-car garage with lots of storage and room for shop. Newly terraced backyard with professional landscaping. Full bath upstairs with...
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By Denise Lones, CSP, MIRM, CDEI - Real Estate Coaching & Branding
(The Lones Group, Inc.)
Your Work-Life Balance Check-Up I would like to take you back to December 31, 2015. You might have been with friends celebrating the new year, traveling with family, or perhaps curled up with a cup of hot cocoa next to the fire, but wherever you were and whatever you were doing, you had probably been giving some thought to the upcoming year and how it was going to be different than previous years in terms of structure and in terms of protecting  your family time. Fast forward to September 1, 2016; Labor Day weekend and the symbolic end of summer. Take a moment and grade  yourself on how well you did with  your work-life balance. Did you have rules for protecting your personal time that you enforced? How well did you juggle your personal and professional personas either at the beach or ...
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By Kevin Meyer, Eastside and Greater Seattle Homes & Real Estate
(Kevin Meyer Group - John L Scott Real Estate)
Striking Modern Northwest Home $439,000 Townhouse Main Features 3 Bedrooms2.5 BathroomsInterior: 1,430 sqftLot: 2,343 sqftYear Built: 2012MLS #: 768197 Location 3031 S Nevada St.Seattle, WA 98108 Description Striking, modern NW home with open layout & stylish finishes in flourishing Columbia City. Main floor has dark wide-plank hardwoods, living room fireplace, sunny dining room. Stunning kitchen has granite, SS appliances, rich cabinets. Covered outdoor space for BBQ & relaxation. 3 beds upstairs, all bright with deep closets; Master is a sanctuary, wwith huge windows, en-suite bath with granite, dual vanity, designer shower. 1-car garage with extra space & security system. Near light rail, downtown. Urban living at its finest in this Seattle Townhome!   Listing courtesy of: Kevin Mey...
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By Ben Kinney, We do real estate:Tech, Training, Sales, Brokerage
(Ben Kinney Team)
626 4th Ave W #306, Seattle 981193rd Floor light-filled SW Facing Corner unit in lively Lower Queen Anne. 92 WalkScore means the best shopping, dining and entertainment that Seattle offers is at your fingertips. This renovated unit features granite countertops, stainless appliances, hardwood bamboo floors, 2bed/2bath, newer windows and exterior, HUGE balcony and 2 full parking spaces in secure garage! Enjoy Sound and City Views from the rooftop deck. This is a great rental investment or owner occupied property, no rental cap! Tyler Kirages(206) 579 - 9738Keller Williams Western Realty
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By Denise Lones, CSP, MIRM, CDEI - Real Estate Coaching & Branding
(The Lones Group, Inc.)
The Market is NOT Falling! I have received so many emails this month asking me if the market is going to crash just because pending sales in their area have decreased slightly. When I ask them what area they are in and when I look the stats up on the MLS I confirm what I know which is that the slight decrease is completely normal for this time of year. Real estate markets everywhere fluctuate not only when markets are tumbling, they fluctuate based on what is happening in each local area. For example, the last week of August in many areas traditionally slows down because buyers are busy getting their kids ready to go back to school or enjoying the last few weeks of summer. Healthy markets breathe, they move, they sway and they fluctuate. What matters in any market is the overall health...
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By Ben Kinney, We do real estate:Tech, Training, Sales, Brokerage
(Ben Kinney Team)
265 NE 50th St, Seattle 98105 Spectacular Wallingford 1925 Craftsman oozes original charm and character with tasteful renovations. Classic hardwood floors, millwork, tall ceilings and crown molding with tons of space, storage, fresh interior paint and open layout. Big corner lot with vegetation, 1 car garage + additional parking and huge outdoor deck for entertaining and summer bbq’s. Sip morning coffee from your upper balcony and enjoy Cascade Mountain views. Walk to cafe’s, dining, shopping and grocery! Easy access to I-5, UW and GreenLake. Tyler Kirages206-579-9738Keller Williams Western Realty     
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By Courtney Cooper, 206-850-8841
(Cooper | Cartwright)
Seattle Floating Homes In Lake Union & Portage Bay Market Update August 2016 PLUS the tour info....Seattle floating homes for sale are limited to three two that are currently for sale  ($925,000 in Portage Bay on The Shelby Group dock and $3,200,000 at Wards Cove in Eastlake) on the market in the NWMLS and a handful of off market options that Molly and I have heard about.  These are the Seattle houseboats that are the floating homes type..as opposed to FOWRs (floating on water residences) like vessels, barges, etc. There are five pending  in the MLS ranging in list price from $475,000 to $1,395,000. The Seattle Floating Homes Association is having their biannual  floating home tour this year - September 11th from 12 to 5 PM and tickets are already half way sold out.  Molly and I volunte...
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By Ben Kinney, We do real estate:Tech, Training, Sales, Brokerage
(Ben Kinney Team)
 13717 Linden Ave N #308, Seattle 98133Bright &spacious 2-bdrm condo in the Bitter Lake Community.Enjoy sunshine through the solarium windows &cozy up to the fireplace in the winter months.Live comfortably in this over 1000sf well-maintained condo. Features washer/dryer in-unit, reserved parking in shared garage, private storage &secure lobby entrance.HOA dues cover W/S/G plus basic cable, &this is a well-managed, clean, quiet complex.Building is FHA approved w/no rental cap.Walk to bus, amenities, lake &playfields nearby.A must see!  Tyler Kirages(206) 579 - 9738The Ben Kinney TeamKeller Williams Western Realty
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By Rene Fabre, Practicing Philosophical Eclectic of the Arts
(ARFCO Media)
Activerain Meetup #12 this Friday, July 22, 2016If you're in the Seattle area please come join us to celebrate our 12th Activerain Meetup at the 14 Carrot Cafe in Eastlake...14 Carrot CafeJuly 22, 2016 8:00 am to @ 10:00 am 2305 Eastlake Ave E Seattle, WA 98102I’ll be co-hosting with chief inspector / master blogger Charles Buell. Come join us for breakfast or coffee and some great conversation. We'll be talking about all kinds of stuff including blogging, real estate, mobile marketing, our local markets, interesting people, and I'm sure Pokemon Go will get a mention too! Past Activerain Meetups... Seattle, Fife, and Vancouver I’m looking forward to spending some face to face time with Charlie, members, and friends. I can’t wait to hear some new stories and what's going on in your life!...
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By Denise Lones, CSP, MIRM, CDEI - Real Estate Coaching & Branding
(The Lones Group, Inc.)
What is Your Back Up Plan? Have you ever wondered what you would do with your business if you received a call that required you to drop everything and divert your attention to an issue more important than business?  The call may come from a family member needing your help with an emergency or about an aging parent that needs your FULL attention now. Or worse, that call may be notice that someone you really cared about was at the end of their life. Or maybe the challenge is that YOU need to attend to a an urgent personal medical issue. Inevitably something will call for your attention at some point in your business life if it hasn't already. I realize this may not be something you want to read about today, but if you are reading this it is because you need to hear it. So, what is your b...
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By Adrian Willanger, Profit from my two decades of experience
(206 909-7536 AdrianWillanger-broker.com)
Evaluating Neighborhoods: 4 Things to Consider Before Purchasing a Home in NE SeattleFrom finding the right agent to discovering the home you can truly feel comfortable in, there are a variety of things involved in the home buying process. However, it’s important not to get caught up in the home and ignore altogether the community you’ll be living in. If you’re planning a move to a new neighborhood, here are some things you should look into before putting in an offer.Local Northeast Seattle Amenities A peaceful, picturesque community is ideal, but if there are not a lot of resources nearby for your family, it’s possible that your new neighborhood may not be the best fit. Instead of having to get in the car and drive everywhere, ensure you research nearby community centers, green spaces ...
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By Denise Lones, CSP, MIRM, CDEI - Real Estate Coaching & Branding
(The Lones Group, Inc.)
Learning to Delegate and Let Go When I first started selling real estate, I was a young "whipper-snapper" who wanted to set the entire industry on fire. I had it all planned. I was going to be the Number One real estate agent in America - no, the WORLD! - and I was going to do it alone. Being young and naïve, I truly believed I didn't need anyone else. I wanted to do everything myself. I wasn't going to ask anyone for help.  I wanted to be successful and thought that the definition of success was doing it all myself... how wrong I was. My, how time changes things! Now I look at that girl with her new agent's license and laugh. If only I could step back in time and tell her all the mistakes she was going to make. But she wouldn't listen anyway. Probably the biggest difference between Me...
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By Rene Fabre, Practicing Philosophical Eclectic of the Arts
(ARFCO Media)
I headed up to the Eastlake neighborhood in Seattle the evening of July 4th to watch the fireworks on Lake Union. We have an escrow branch there with a fabulous view of the Seattle Skyline (from the north), the Space Needle, and look west over Lake Union at Queen Anne Hill, the Aurora Bridge, and on clear days we enjoy views of the magnificent Olympic Mountains on the peninsula.The sky was overcast, but fortunately the cloud cover was high. For me, the weather was perfect, just a gentle breeze from the west and a comfortable cool. This is just a share, no big production. I shot it with my iPhone 6 Plus and was surprised how well it did at night with bright rockets a glare. Night is usually a good recipe for fuzzy. Also, no additional apps or fancy editing. I just put a couple of clips t...
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By Denise Lones, CSP, MIRM, CDEI - Real Estate Coaching & Branding
(The Lones Group, Inc.)
The Seasons in Your Business The calendar turned to a new season week, it had me thinking about how there are different seasons in a business as well. These don't necessary follow a calendar or the Earth's rotation. Instead, they tend to follow what is happening for you personally or for others in your personal life. For example let's take look an agent with a steady home life. There are no kids at home or aging parents with special needs. There are no demands on the on this agents time from anyone. Furthermore, this agent has time to exercise daily and is in good health. This moment in time - this season - seems like the perfect time to grow his or her real estate business and perhaps implement a new lead generation system or a website complete with thought-out content. This is the se...
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By Michael Perez, Net Ninja's is a team of Chicago SEO & SMO adverti
(Net Ninjas)
Story of a Seattle, WA Junk Remover  Being a garbage remover for in Seattle, WA is a remunerating employment and one that requires interminable tolerance and a serious hard working attitude. We should separate what a Seattle, WA  garbage remover does every day while working his/her day of work. 1) Setup And Decide PickupsThe initial step starts with the affirmation procedure. Where will the garbage be grabbed from? Is it from a private or open customer? Where is it in Seattle? These determinations are made at an early stage in the day preceding advancing forward. 2) Routine ChecksThe vehicle and gear used to finish the procedure are presently evaluated. This is to guarantee the wellbeing of both the garbage remover and the devices being utilized. It will be assessed taking into account ...
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By Denise Lones, CSP, MIRM, CDEI - Real Estate Coaching & Branding
(The Lones Group, Inc.)
On Your Bus and In Your Business Whether you run your own real estate business, work for a company, or are part of a real estate team, there are people who you rely on day to day to help the business run smoothly. These are the people I call "on your bus". In an ideal world, the bus runs smoothly. This means that the right people are on board, in the right seats, and the bus continues to move forward towards its destination. But what happens when you have the wrong people on the bus? Have you ever worked somewhere and there was that person who was obviously not good for the team? Perhaps that person oozed negativity, gossiped, never took responsibility, didn't get tasks finished, didn't communicate well, or just did not produce? When the wrong person is on the bus, the bus cannot move ...
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By Denise Lones, CSP, MIRM, CDEI - Real Estate Coaching & Branding
(The Lones Group, Inc.)
Three Important Words in Real Estate Marketing I know you've already heard that old saying that in real estate, the three most important words are, "Location! Location! Location!" Today though, the three most important words that you the real estate agent need to know are, "Database! Database! Database!" The quality of your database and how you use it directly affects your success. I've said it many times before - your database is your personal goldmine. Did you know that the average real estate agent meets over five-hundred new people per month? That's friends of friends, social media acquaintances, parents at events your children attend, your mechanic and people at the grocery, at your church and at your athletic club. The longer you think about it, the more people you will identify....
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By Courtney Cooper, 206-850-8841
(Cooper | Cartwright)
Seattle Waterfront Living - One thing is for sure:  There is a lot of waterfront property in Seattle.  Greater Seattle and all of Puget Sound for that matter offer an abundance of waterfront living opportunities for all of you water babies. Greater Seattle is blessed with an abundance of both freshwater and saltwater waterfront property options. There are lakes - in all sizes, rivers, streams, and the lovely Puget Sound.   There are interesting Seattle waterfront living options including Seattle floating homes. The More Affordable Seattle Waterfront HomesMore affordable freshwater options in the immediate vicinity of the City of Seattle are to the North of the city in Seattle suburbs like Lake Stevens or Lynnwood where you can find cool places like Martha Lake Waterfront Homes or other ...
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