David Robertson Design staged my latest listing in West Seattle. Didn’t they do a fabulous job? Stay tuned for details… we launch the listing tomorrow!
My new listing in West Seattle’s Alaska Junction is a 3 minute, 28 second walk to Bakery Nouveau. And that includes stopping at two crosswalk lights. Makes you want to move, right?
I was scoping out the common area amenities of my upcoming West Seattle/Alaska Junction townhouse listing this afternoon, and I happened upon this sunset in progress. Fabulous, sweeping views from the rooftop deck. On the market later this week… stay tuned for details!
I’m delighted to have another new listing in the fabulous Seaview Condominium on Lower Queen Anne at 519 W. Roy Street, unit #201. I will be holding Open Houses both Saturday & Sunday from 1-4pm. I hope you’ll stop by and see me.
Historic. Urban. Charm. Spacious Jr. Bedroom condo in one of Seattle’s foremost Art Deco buildings – the Seaview. This unit offers flexible living space, queen-size sleeping room, 7’x9’ walk-in closet; dining room w/original leaded-glass cabinets; mahogany doors/trim & leaded glass French doors; hardwood floors; coved ceilings & newer high-quality windows. Bike parking + storage. Heat incl in HOA dues. Dog-friendly building, near Kinnear Park; 2 blks to Rapid Ride, great Queen Anne amenities.
3218 33rd Ave W., Seattle WA
I won’t deny, there’s something immensely gratifying in writing the winning bid! This Magnolia home received 8 offers… and I’m so thrilled that my clients’ offer was accepted. It seems the stars align when & as they should…
My latest listing came on the market on July 29, and within a week we had three well-written offers to review. Each was full price, and two contained escalator clauses of varying amounts. I rolled up my sleeves and got to work comparing and contrasting the various elements of the offers. Because it’s not just about purchase price. A good Realtor will consider financing, lenders, closing dates, down payments & appraisals. At the end of the day, after much negotiating with buyers and their selling agents, my client was thrilled:
Listed for $350,000 and Sold for $405,000
That represents the highest sale price in the building’s history – by 26%. Happy Buyer… Happy Seller.