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Home Stay Cool This Week at These Local Splashpads! https://www.allmomdoes.com/2019/06/11/a-comprehensive-list-of-beaches-splashpads-and-wading-pools-in-western-washington/?fbclid=IwAR2LnGwpeQi-XGaaIBdmcfmkMQeVIByVGF9UICiK20jNAsNoy-uoVJoZX1g It sounds like the weather is heating up this week! Click on the link above for a great list of wading pools, splash-pads and beaches to keep you cool. Don’t forget water to stay hydrated, sunscreen and a hat for the little ones. My sweet grandson is 16 months now and doesn’t have a […]
Home Backyard DIY! Ever feel like a DIY project?  Whether it’s as simple as installing some lighting or a little more time-consuming like re-plotting plants, a fresh look for the lawn always gives your home a fresh look as well. Here are five easy landscaping projects! Create a pathway. To guide you and visitors throughout your yard and […]
Home What’s Happening In May May is a pretty busy month for local events and of course Mother’s Day, May Day and Memorial Day! Here’s a quick list of a few things to do and a couple ideas for brunch stops! May 1st ~ May Day ~ It marks the half way point between spring and summer.  The tradition is […]
Home Create an Evacuation Plan For Your Pets An evacuation plan is a necessity for every home, especially if you live in an area where fires, earthquakes, hurricanes, flooding, and other disasters are a possibility. Many homeowners create evacuation plans for their homes and practice them with their kids, but my guess is fewer have considered an actual plan for their pets. I’m […]
Home Should I Refinance? Refinancing your mortgage is something most homeowners usually consider at least once throughout the lifetime of their home loan. It  allows you to pay off your current loan by applying for a new one that may have better financial advantages. Here are five common reasons to refinance according to my preferred lender, Jeff Baxter with […]
Home Achieve Morning Person Status Ever wish you could become one of those rare morning people? The ones that wake with a start, feeling refreshed and energized. The ones that get in that morning workout or wrap up some work before many of us even hit the snooze button for the first time. Here are five tips to help you […]
Home Spring Cleaning I am pretty sure that spring has finally arrived. I know we have had snow in April in the past but I am feeling the warmth and hoping for the best…this time! So if you are thinking about doing some spring cleaning here are a few tips. If you are thinking about selling your home […]
Home The Living Room In Mill Creek Mill Creek Town Center is a popular place all times of the year. It’s beautiful and there is something for everyone; ice cream shops to boutiques. A beautiful walking trail or just strolling through town is fun. Great grocery options, restaurants and many other shops. There are events going on quite often and of course […]
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Home Tiny Homes Trending? Do you think that the tiny homes we see on HGTV shows are a trend? If you really think about the complete aspect of living in a home that is less than the size of most garages, I can’t imagine why they would be. I can certainly understand the cost effectiveness of a tiny home […]
Home Flying Out Of Paine I have heard that Paine Field is now open for some commercial flights. Alaska Airlines and United Airlines will be the two airlines set to fly out of Paine Field. Alaska will have 18 daily flights and United will have 6. A few pros: Paine Field expects 600,00-700,000 yearly. SeaTac has 45 million! Airport drive […]
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Home Feb 2019 Heat Index SEARE18_2019_2_16854 Looks like things are heating up in the Seattle area. Spring is notoriously the best time to list your home and get it sold for a good price. I think some of that is contributed to the freshness of spring, the welcoming of the nicer weather and the longer days coming. It’s still a […]
Home Buying A Fixer-Upper? A fixer-upper can be a great investment for any family to make a place of their own over time. They can be an incredible deal but if you don’t know what to look for and aren’t careful you can end up in a money pit! Here are a few things to consider when buying a […]
Home Countertop Etiquette Your countertops play a huge role in what the overall interior of your home looks like. Many people model the rest of their homes after their kitchen. There are many different types of countertops that will make your kitchen more appealing…or not. Here are a few and pros and cons for some. Marble  It’s no […]
Home Neighborhood News Neighborhood News is a monthly email that tells you what real estate trends are happening in your specific neighborhood. It shows what is for sale, homes that have recently sold and if home sales are going up or down. You can see the examples below. It’s very easy to sign up for with your name, […]
Home Looking Up 2019 I love looking at the sky when I know we are expecting meteor showers, an eclipse or any kind of celestial event. Not sure why I’m so intrigued by these events but I am. When my girls were younger we would go to extreme measures to see shooting stars/meteor showers and we always were lucky […]
Home Natural Hazards In Our Areas Click on this link to read a  great article from Snohomish County Department of Emergency Management. The Snohomish County Hazard Explorer has put into action a planning tool to help people better understand and manage natural hazard risks that we may be prone to in our areas such as earthquakes, flooding, volcanos, etc. Be sure […]
Home Happy Birthday Deklan! We celebrated our grandson Deklan’s first birthday today. I think he had fun and did really well with a houseful of friends and family!      
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Home Why We Do Open House Despite all the changes technology has made in how houses are bought and sold, one standard feature of the process remains: the open house. Within the first week of a house going on the market, I will set aside a Saturday or Sunday afternoon to welcome prospective buyers (plus nosy neighbors) to see the house […]