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Just listed, this North Capitol Hill homeis lovely in so many ways. This stunningly updated and cared for Tudor sits on a pristinely landscaped corner lot, anchored by an 80+-year-old Atlas Cedar. This home checks every box: formal and sophisticated entertaining spots; beautiful and functional eat-in kitchen with attached family room; and chef’s kitchen fully equipped with stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops. This home features beautiful hardwood floors and leaded windows throughout; designer fabric window coverings; and Barbara Barry fixtures.

Hardwoods continue on the upper floor, and a full bath serves three comfortable bedrooms with generous closet space. It is easy to take respite in the master suite with its soft grey walls. A

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Many people love Mercer Island for its abundant greenery, wooded landscape, and water views, and this home truly brings the outdoors in. This custom-built Northwest Contemporary home is situated in a quiet, natural setting on Mercer Island, and features many recent improvements. The main level features an open design, all of its bathrooms have been beautifully updated, and an all-new kitchen is the perfect place to cook. Every room enjoys lots of sunlight and terrific nature views. The outdoor area includes a wrap-around deck, patio area for barbecuing, and a yard for your "big toys." Convenient location only minutes from I-90, Seattle, and Bellevue, and a short walk to West Mercer Elementary. Easy-to-use driveway with two-car garage and plenty of

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If you are a renter who is considering taking the next step of buying a house or condo, thinking about making a purchase that significant can be a scary thought. However, there are certain steps you can take to make the process a little easier. Following is a list of things to start doing well before you make your first offer on a home.

The first step to take when you know that you’ll be purchasing a home is to start saving for a down payment. A down payment is a percentage of your home’s purchase price that you pay up front when you close your home loan. Lenders look at this down payment amount as your investment in the home, so the higher amount you can put down on the home, the safer the bank feels about giving you a loan. In addition, if you put

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The Seaview neighborhood of West Seattle is aptly named for the extensive Puget Sound shoreline comprising its western boundary. Other boundaries are SW Edmunds Street to the north, California Avenue to the East, and the intersection of 48th Avenue and Beach Drive on the South.

Seaview is a quiet neighborhood of a number of single-family homes and condominiums. The waterfront properties are very popular, and the most desirable properties are located on Beach Drive. Many homes in this area have spectacular vista views of Puget Sound and the mountain peaks. The neighborhood is proximate to a variety of recreational venues and activities, including Lincoln Park and the Fauntleroy Ferry Terminal.

Homes in Seaview that have been on the market are

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Check out the article, Five Foreign Capitol Trends in U.S. Commercial Real Estate Market, featured on National Real Estate Investor's website.  The article by Brian Ward from Colliers International, points out a bunch of trends that are favoring the Seattle Commercial Real Estate Market.  The number 2 listed trend is new markets are getting hot.  In the past, foreign investors concentrated on well known cities like New York on the East Coast and San Francisco on the West Coast.  Foreign investors are now much most likely to look at other cities, like Seattle, Boston (don't make me re-live the Super Bowl), D.C., Chicago, Dallas, etc.  Mainly this trend is because there is a lot of capital chase commercial real estate investments, so foreign investors

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