How To Water Damage and Insurance WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE What to know about damage & insurance   URGENT REMINDER: Slow leaks may NOT be covered by your homeowner’s insurance! Every time Jeffrey does a home inspection for my clients, I’m reminded that most people leave the standard-issue plastic water hoses on their washing machine-and this is a potentially dangerous oversight (replace […]
Buying + Selling in Seattle Ten simple ways to increase curb appeal You’ve seen lists of easy upgrades in magazines and good ol’ HGTV. But there are some accessible tips and tricks specific to the Seattle market that you should know, whether you’re getting ready to sell your home or just want to spruce it up without breaking the bank! My top 10 curb appeal tricks: Add […]
How To Rid and Recycle RID & RECYCLE Where to ditch the unwanted stuff Every spring when we emerge from our winter hibernation, it seems there’s more personal junk to offload than ever before. While some of the usual suspects-hello, Dearborn or Ballard Goodwills-often have long lines these days, you can take advantage of lesser-known resources to clear the way. […]
How To Local Love LOCAL LOVE Money ↔ Values check The many galvanizing moments of 2020 have consistently reminded us to shop local, prioritize BIPOC business owners, and think about our footprint with every purchase. So I’m recommitting to some of my favorite resources and wanted to share here: HiveBoxx – A fantastic [black-owned] local resource for renting rugged, […]
Lifestyle The Skipper–or, great things in our city When it’s miserable outside or the headlines are bleak, it’s easy to forget that there are inspiring people doing amazing things in Seattle. And then there are folks who are just out to create some joy… I was walking during Snowmageddon a few days ago and spotted The Skipper–a little slippery slush couldn’t steal the […]
Lifestyle What Mr. Rogers would do How to feel more connected with your neighborhood You’ve moved into your new place-congrats! You’re busy setting things up, learning the quirks of your home, finding a new routine. You declare to your partner or friends that you’re eager to explore the new neighborhood. Then, 2 years later, you’ve found your grocery store, favorite coffee […]
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