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Join Us This Weekend at the 30th Annual Windermere Cup

This Saturday, May 7 marks the 30th anniversary of the Windermere Cup rowing regatta – an event held in conjunction with the Seattle Yacht Club on the Opening Day of boating season. This year is an especially exciting year as we celebrate 30 remarkable years of an event that was started by Windermere founder John […]

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4 Reasons to Sell Your House Now

1) Sale prices are at all-time highs. Home prices in King County hit new highs last month. The median price of a single family home sold in King County in February was $514,975, a whopping 20% increase over a year ago. The median price in Seattle was up 24% to $644,950. The Eastside’s median price […]

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Car Prowls Up 22 Percent in Seattle

  As if Seattleites didn’t already have it difficult enough when it comes to parking in the city, now we have a not-so-friendly reminder that our cars aren’t safe while parked either. In fact, 2016 numbers show 2,950 reports so far, which is a 22% increase from the same time period last year. What’s more […]

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5 Essentials for Your Home Office

Most people dream of working from home, but ask anyone who does it on a regular basis, and they’ll tell you how hard it can be to stay productive when you work where you live. The most disciplined telecommuters will tell you that you need a structured routine and organization to rise and grind and […]

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Luxury Lookout: Broadmoor 1929 Tudor

1818 Broadmoor Dr E    Broadmoor $3,888,000 | 5 Bed | 3.5 Bath | 5,460 SQFT When it comes to making a statement, nothing quite does the trick like a classic William Bain Tudor circa 1929. An over-sized lot, a paneled library, and a private dining room; we’ve either stepped into a game of Clue […]

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How to Style Your Bookshelf

Whether you have a library full of books or only hold onto a few favorites, a bookshelf is one of those furniture pieces most homes are guaranteed to have, and yet, few have them are properly “styled”. We have some easy DIY tips that will transform your shelves, while still allowing your books to stay center stage. Start […]

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December Perspectives

A few weeks ago, we heard a term that was new to us: “emerging adulthood.” It was defined as the life stage where young adults in their 20s take time to find themselves. Otherwise known as the time when kids graduate from college and move home because they don’t know what the heck they want […]

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Luxury Lookout: 5th Ave

909 5th Ave #2401   Downtown $2,988,600 | 3 Bed | 2.5 Bath | 2,209 SQFT Penthouse. Oversized steam rain shower. Wicked views. Green-built. Crma Europa limestone. Custom venetian plaster walls. And those are just a few of the highlights from this listing. Icing on the cake: If you’re an avid reader, hard worker, or just like a […]

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Seattle, Hot as Ever

  We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again, Seattle is hot right now, like “The Man” at Dixie’s BBQ hot. Our economy is booming and we’ve landed ourselves in a classic supply and demand scenario. The number of homes on the market is dropping, demand is still high as ever, so prices are climbing (but not […]

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Celebrating 25 Years of the Windermere Foundation

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Windermere Foundation. What started in 1989 as a grassroots foundation serving families in need in the Seattle area, has grown to encompass ten states and has raised over $26 million for programs and organizations that provide shelter, clothing, children’s programs, emergency assistance, and other services to those […]

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