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Edmonds Homes For Sale January 2013

For an Edmonds Market snapshot, I wanted to find out how many properties are on the market and how fast they are moving.  Here are a few statistics that will give you a sense of how the market is doing in Edmonds right now! There are two zip codes in Edmonds, 98020 and 98026.  Today […]

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What We Were Looking for Changed, and We’re Glad!

My clients preparing to buy a home sat down with me to explain what they were looking for. We talked about some of the important factors like area/neighborhood and walkability, age, style and size, home layout and how it’s situated on the lot, and the fact that they really wanted a master on the main […]

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Happy New Year, Seattle!

Edy Kizaki is Branch Manager of our Lake Union eXp Office and enjoys a busy real estate practice in Seattle and the Eastside.  A Seattle Magazine 5-Star agent in the December 2012 annual Real Estate issue, Edy is always ready to help with your real estate needs.  Call her cell at 206-249-2914 or email her […]

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Wood Fired Bagels in Capitol Hill, near your new Condo?

by Edy Kizaki, Seattle Realtor and Branch Manager of our eXp Lake Union Office, 206-249-2914,… never too busy for your questions and concerns!  We’re here for you. A wood fired bagel cafe in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle?  “This is getting big, folks” says Seattle Nosh Pit News.  Yes, being featured in Bon […]

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What Sold in Wallingford Last Month?

In the last 30 days, 17 single-family properties sold in Wallingford, from a 518 square foot condo which sold for $6,000 over the listing price, to a houseboat that sold for asking price at $255,000, all the way to a 3,100 square foot 1919 Craftsman that sold for slightly less than list, at $810,000, from […]

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Luxury Retirement Living at Trilogy in Redmond

Trilogy Tour A kind resident took me on a tour of Trilogy last Saturday.  I was vaguely aware of Trilogy as a local retirement community.  My parents had looked there before ending up in Jubilee in Thurston county for their retirement.  My first surprise was how vast Trilogy is: 10 neighborhoods, a 32,000 square foot […]

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3 Mistakes People Make When Moving

Moving can be a major pain, no doubt about it. However, it doesn’t necessarily have to be a nightmare. With the proper foresight and planning, the moving process can happen with minimal headaches, and you can instead focus your energy on the excitement of moving into a new home, or even a new city.  Here […]

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South Lake Union from the top of the Space Needle

Notes on South Lake Union

Seattle was recently named in Kiplinger’s 10 Best Cities list, number two in fact (after Austin!).  Mark Emerett, president of UW, is quoted as declaring, “We have only two products here: smart people and great ideas.”  Among cities that are prosperous, innovative, and are generating plenty of jobs, Seattle stands out to me for its […]

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sculpture hanging in lobby gallary...automobile fusion?

Don’t Miss Gaugain at SAM

Recently named #2 in Kiplinger’s list of the nation’s top cities, Seattle is full of an endless and imaginative variety of things to do. SAM, Seattle Art Museum, is a wonderful jewel in the city’s plethora of adornment, but can easily be overlooked as we take advantage of the infinite range of what’s available here, […]

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