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Growing winter cover crops
Cover crops can nourish and protect your soil from the harshness of winter! Plant them from seed in the fall after removing spent tomatoes, squash and other warm-weather crops.
The Mimosa: Arboriculture's Meryl Streep
Like great actors, some trees have the ability to set a mood in a garden and give it a cultural reference.
The pros and cons of staging your home
Let’s be honest, staging is major up-front cost. While everyone agrees that a staged home looks better, is there a financial upside to staging? Is staging really worth the added expense?
Buyers, get ready — there's a light at the end of the tunnel
Buyers’ fatigue is real! If you are a buyer, you have spent days, weeks and months in this sellers’ market competing to own a home.
Well, hang in there. We think there’s a light at the end of the tunnel.
All these people need a place to live
I am asked all the time if our Seattle market is getting too frothy.
Luxury CB Bain office opens in former home of Madison House Ltd
International real estate broker Coldwell Banker Bain has opened a luxury office in the former Madison House Ltd. offices at the intersection of East Madison Street, East Howe Street and 43rd Avenue East.
Sound Transit approves affordable housing near light rail
The Sound Transit Board unanimously approved a purchase and development agreement with Gerding Edlen during its July 28 general meeting, allow Capitol Hill Housing to begin constructing its 100-percent affordable housing complex on the north end of the Capitol Hill light rail station in 2018, once funding is in place.
The explosive rosebud
Walking the sidewalks of our neighborhood this month, you’re likely to come under a canopy of leaves producing shade that has a gentle wine red glow.
6 reasons not to pay off your mortgage early
Life without a mortgage is the dream of those who have achieved the “American Dream” of home ownership.
More single-family homes available in Seattle
Coldwell Banker Bain released its second quarterly market report on July 15, providing a variety of statistics for the sale of homes in neighborhoods and counties throughout the Puget Sound region.
How to make financial literacy fun
What important lessons will you teach your child this summer? Riding a bike? Sharing with others? How about teaching them important financial skills.
Plants for wet winters and dry summers
People outside of the Pacific Northwest may think it rains here year-round, but last year’s extreme drought was a good reminder of how dry the air and soil can get when it is not raining.
5 easy ways to live more sustainably
It might not feel like you alone can have an impact on the environment, but over time, small lifestyle changes can make a substantial difference.
What to do when your house has multiple offers
While we’re seeing some homes in the range of $2 million and above stay on the market a little longer than they had in previous months, homes are still selling for no other reason than because the supply is limited.
Madison's true Cedars
Among the most magnificent trees on the globe, the true Cedars (genus Cedrus) have figured into history as few other plants have.
Seattle's affordability crisis
Seattle is now the 18th largest city in the U.S., and growing. Demand is driving the cost of housing higher, resulting in record-high rents and soaring home prices.
Celebrating financial independence
Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness aren't just the components of American patriotism — they
have a great deal to do with financial independence.
Unexpectedly edible perennials
Some perennial plants that might appear untouchable for human stomachs can actually be tasty and quite nourishing.
Windermere Capitol Hill donates to 18 community organizations
Windermere Capitol Hill owner Pat Grimm announced June 17 that the real estate broker had made donations to 18 community organizations via the Windermere Foundation.
Joining your friend's wedding — without going broke
If a close friend or family member is getting married it’s an honor to be asked to join the wedding party. However, if your budget is tight because you’re saving up for a financial goal, paying off bills or have had a recent financial reversal like the loss of a job, you might need to do some thinking before you say yes.
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