Our mission at Rain City Guide is simple. We want to be the best resource for real estate information in the Seattle area.
With that in mind, a group of dedicated real estate professionals has decided to work together to provide you with a constant stream of updates about the local real estate market. Unlike other sites that are simply focused on giving you data, the group at Rain City Guide has organized around a “blog” in order to provide context to the vast amount of real estate information that is available!
Who are we?
While some contributors play a more active role than others, all of these people have provided valuable contributions to Rain City Guide:
- Dustin Luther, 4realz Consulting
- Ardell DellaLoggia, Sound Realty
- Rhonda Porter, Mortgage Master Service Corporation
- Jillayne Schlicke, CE Forward
- Craig Blackmon, Attorney at Law
- Tim Kane, Legacy Escrow
- Robbie Paplin
- Eileen Tefft
- Galen Ward
- Gordon Stephenson
- Rebecca Haas
- Matt Goyer
- Robert Smith
- Seattle Eric
- Grier Smith
- Mark Reibman
- Chuck Reiling
- Dr Miller
- Jon Ribary
- Anna Luther
If you have questions for any of the contributors, contacting information (normally including an email and phone number) is included in the sidepanel of the homepage. If you have something you’d like to send via snail mail, the owner of Rain City Guide can always send things to:
7657 Winnetka Ave #174
Winnetka, CA 91306
What is Blogging?
The WordPress site has a wonderful introduction to blogging and rather than go into all the detail, here are the important characteristics of a blog:
Blogs tend to have a few things in common:
- A main content area with articles listed chronologically, newest on top. Often, the articles are organized into categories.
- An archive of older articles.
- A way for people to leave comments about the articles.
- A list of links to other related sites, sometimes called a “blogroll”.
- One or more “feeds” like RSS, Atom or RDF files.
The contributors to this site enjoy blogging because blogs, by their very nature, tend to break down communication walls and open up a real discourse. We always enjoy your feedback, so please feel free to leave comments and join in our discussion!