Seattle’s housing market saw record-breaking price increases in May …  and … Where property values grew the quickest in King County.

Seattle’s housing market saw record-breaking price increases in May
Where property value grew the quickest in King County
Three compromises to not make when purchasing a home
Home price surge analysis
Reasons that homebuyers are struggling in the current real estate landscape
Things to know when buying a home in 2021
Bidding wars in Seattle have home prices rising rapidly
Brian Buffini’s Bold Predictions: 2021 Mid-Year Update

Different types of lighting for your yard
Ten containers for your summer garden
Materials that work well for patio furniture
Five 2021 interior design trends
Design trends to note this year
Outdoor lighting tips for design and safety
Important gardening tips for the summer
10 Places to Use Paint or Wallpaper to Create a Fun Design Moment (

Questions to ask yourself when buying a home from a financial planner
Tips for deciding between an adjustable or fixed rate mortgage
Thirty year mortgage rates will likely rise in upcoming months

COVID updates: 437 new confirmed cases (
Pop-up dog parks come to Kirkland this summer
Bellevue wins National Civic League’s “All-America City” award
Lynnwood Link light rail is nearing Snohomish
Washington State Fair will return this year
Quaranteam raised over $70,000 to feed children in Spokane
WalletHub ranks Washington beach towns that are the best places to live in the US
Seattle school district will test a full-time virtual learning program
Officials say water quality won’t be affected by chlorine supply shortage in the PNW
Washington’s first Amazon Fresh grocery store opened in Bellevue
Washington’s average wage increased in 2020
Outdoor concerts this summer in Edmonds
Eastside events and activities to enjoy
Local Red Cross blood drive in need of blood donors

Eleven local places to pick berries this summer

“The bottom line: investing in real estate is smart because property is tangible. People always have, and always will, need shelter. This means it is very unlikely that our need for shelter (ie: buying or renting homes) will ever go away.”

– Kathy Fettke

In my business, I work hard to be the kind of trusted real estate professionals that clients rely on to help sell their property, find their next home, and make the entire process go smoothly. In addition, I stay in touch long-term to be an ongoing resource of information and advice. Buying or selling a home is one of the most important financial and emotional decisions you make in your lifetime.  I’m always HERE for YOU or someone you care about….Let me walk you through the process as your Advocate!

Your Real Estate Team @ The Baltaga Group