Housing shortage may outlive other pandemic driven scarcities  … and … Puget Sound housing inventory may remain limited until spring of 2022

Real estate investors are buying more but spending less
Kirkland’s housing market has remained hot
Housing shortage may outlive other pandemic driven scarcities
Home sales speed up despite typical slowdown this time of year
A look into how different generations are interacting with the housing market
Puget Sound housing inventory may remain limited until spring of 2022
Home sellers are thankful as prices hit record highs
Waterfront property prices are up by 50% compared to two years ago

Cozy outdoor seating designs that are perfect for fall
Must know mid-century interior design styles
Trees that grow well in urban gardens 
Tips for organizing your kitchen cabinets
Important rustic interior design styles
Ten ways to beautify your kitchen island
How to protect your flooring during construction
Tips to make moving across long distances easier
Ideas for creating wellness in home design
Emerging home trends to watch

How to get your finances in shape to increase savings and impress mortgage lenders
Mortgage rate increases cause refinance demand to lower
Helpful tips to alleviate anxiety about finances
Some Americans are cashing out home equity due to record gains in value
Rise in mortgage rates may boost buyer urgency
Five mistakes to avoid during open enrollment
Mortgage applications rise despite increase in interest rates
How to avoid financial stress during the holidays

Seattle among cities hoping to host 2026 world cup
Immersive art exhibit opens in Seattle
State Transportation Commission narrows down list of names for new ferry
City of Tacoma launches new grant programs
New timeline for Tacoma HOV Lanes opening
Sea-Tac Airport finished the North terminal remodel
Popular trail undergoes improvements
Ice rink returns to Olympia this season
Local dog-friendly hikes to enjoy
Local tree farms to help you find the perfect holiday tree
Ice skating rinks in the Seattle area
Tips for surviving a power outage in Seattle
Redmond opens newly renovated park
Local pets looking to be adopted
Pop-up blood drives in the area
Vintage holiday cards at art museum in Edmonds
Northwest-inspired gifts that are perfect for the holidays

Five amazing waterfront getaways for fall traveling

If you hear a voice within you saying, ”You are not a painter,” then by all means paint… and that voice will be silenced.” – Vincent van Gogh

A lot of people look forward to the new year because it’s like starting a new chapter in a book. You’re about to finish one chapter and — on New Year’s Day — you’ll be eager to begin another.

Looking at it another way, that new chapter is full of blank pages – ready for you to write your own story.

In fact, you may have several hopes and dreams for 2022 and maybe some ambitious goals, too. Whatever your plans, I want you to know that you can reach out to me anytime you need real estate advice or help.

I’ll also continue to keep you up-to-date on the latest real estate news and insights. So, anytime you have questions, contact me. I can get you the answers you need.

If we don’t get a chance to chat before the year’s end, let me take this opportunity to say, “Thank you for the privilege of staying in touch with you. The blank pages of your 2022 chapter await. I hope you fill them with wonderful experiences!”

Happy Holidays!!!