Teaching Realtor Clock Hour Classes in Washington State: Getting Started

Instructor Development Workshop

I’m writing this post because I am often asked how to get started teaching Realtor clock hour classes.  There are a million ways to answer this question.  Do you want to know what the state requirements are? I can easily point you in the direction of Washington State’s required forms but the form won’t tell you how […]

Where Should I Live?

141st House

Not every client asks me where they SHOULD live. But the question comes up from time to time, and often from family memb

“NOT Grandma’s House” Open Sunday – Noon to 3

8532 16th AVE NW Seattle – Ballard or Crown Hill?

In City and not “Grandma’s House”.

Recently there have been a lot o

Low Inventory? Be Pro-Active

Low Inventory continues to be an issue for many. This weekend there were so many people at one of the houses I was showi

2012 More Homes SOLD = Fewer “for sale”

Lots of talk about Low Inventory since Jan 1 2012. Most suggesting that there are fewer sellers who want to sell, or are

Seattle 4/3 Cape Cod with a View

Some time ago I wrote about Seattle Starter Home Styles and we talked about the value of having bedrooms up above the ma

Toll Brothers Comes to Seattle

CamWest announced, via email to its clients and prospective clients, that they have been purchased by Toll Brothers. The

What Every Woman Wants – Undermount Sinks

It seems to be fairly unanimous that women LOVE undermount sinks.

No more grody gook between the countertop and the lip

Starter Home Styles in Seattle – Part 1

If you are planning to buy a home in Seattle for about $350,000, it may be of some help for you to know how to generally

Washington Association of Mortgage Professionals Celebrates 25 Years

Next Thursday evening, the Washington Association of Mortgage Professionals has organized a “gala event” to celebrate it