Agent News How to Make Moving With Your Cat or Dog a Success blog post by Chasity Rodriguez   IN A TIME DEFINED IN many ways by the coronavirus pandemic, everyday life is affected constantly as we adapt to changing circumstances. One of the many effects of the pandemic is that more and more people are buying or adopting pets, sometimes referred to as “pandemic puppies,” than ever before. Simultaneously, […]
Budget How to Winterize Your Home Checklist by Chasity Rodriguez   Make sure your home is safeguarded against subfreezing temperatures. Our checklist will help you ensure you’re prepared.   Protect Your Pipes Depending on the region of the United States you’re in, you’ll need to protect your pipes from bursting this winter. Frozen Pipes: Prevention and Repair   Time to Weatherproof Weather […]
Office News Your Winter Reading List     Winter Reading List These are my reading picks to enjoy reading through Winter. I hope you enjoy them along with other reading options through King County Library System which is offering contact-free pick up and return of physical library materials. All online services and resources continue to be available. No in-library services are […]
Agent News Why This Winter’s ‘Slow’ Home-Selling Season May Be Hotter Than Ever   Winter is traditionally real estate’s slow season. Between the cold weather and the holidays, the housing market typically plunges into a hibernation of sorts, with both buyers and sellers shelving any major real estate moves until spring. This winter’s real estate market, however, is shaping up to be unlike any other before it—and, contrary to […]
Office News 5 Ways to Stage a Cozy Outdoor Space for Cooler Weather During the pandemic, outdoor space has become a premium consideration. Homeowners are sprucing up their spaces to maximize every square inch of their properties, and home buyers are reportedly giving more weight to the outdoor appeal of homes. But as the weather cools, how can you continue to take advantage of these spaces? You can still […]
Budget Everything You Need to Know About HOAs        If you have been shopping for a new home recently, you might have realized that more and more communities have an HOA, and therefore have HOA fees. If you buy a home within an HOA, you have to join it, no matter what. So what is an HOA and are they really […]
Agent News Your Fall Reading List   Fall Reading List These are my reading picks through the Fall. I hope you enjoy them along with other reading options through Sno-Isle Libraries which is offering contact-free pick up and return of physical library materials. All online services and resources continue to be available. No in-library services are available at this time. Visit […]
Office News WHEN IT’S TIME TO MOVE, SHOULD YOU BUY OR SELL FIRST?     Buying your first home is typically pretty straight forward. Find a REALTOR®, secure financing, scope out homes, make an offer, and sign the papers. But when it’s time to move on from that first home, the process gets a bit more complicated. Should you sell your first home before you buy your next one? […]
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Recreational Activities 5 Family Friendly Things To Do This September   September usually means the end of summer and the beginning of fall. But I feel like people have a lot of trouble figuring out what to do for fun because of all of the changes that are going on. Usually school is just starting, people are just getting back from their Labor Day trips […]
Recreational Activities Top 5 Campgrounds in Eastern Washington   In my last blog post, I told you about the top 5 (in my opinion) campgrounds in Western Washington Click here to check it out, if you haven’t already. Not only do i tell you where to go when camping in Western Washington, i also tell you what the best activities to do while […]
Recreational Activities Top 5 Campgrounds in Western Washington   Now that we are in phase 2, we can really start to think about doing things like camping this summer. Camping is a great way to spend the weekend and really get away from what’s going on in the world. Only the campgrounds that are in counties that have moved onto phase will be […]
Community Your August Reading List     Looking for Something to Read this Summer? These are my reading picks to enjoy reading through August. I hope you enjoy them along with other reading options through King County Library System which is offering contact-free pick up and return of physical library materials. All online services and resources continue to be available. […]
Agent News Your July Reading List     Looking for Something to Read this Summer? These are my reading picks to enjoy reading through July. I hope you enjoy them along with other reading options through Sno-Isle Libraries which is offering contact-free pick up and return of physical library materials. All online services and resources continue to be available. No in-library […]
Agent News Get The Most Out Of Your Furniture 10 Basic Rules for a pull together look in any room of your home   There are so many ways to fill a room but where do you start? I’ve complied 10 simple tips to help you pull together any room whether its filled with furniture or not. These tips will help determine where to […]
Agent News Your June Reading List       Looking for Something to Read this Summer? These binge-able titles will keep you engrossed with reading through June. KCLS is planning a phased return to in-library services when it will be safe to do so. Until then, take advantage of their expanded collection of eBooks, audiobooks, streaming movies and TV, and online […]
Community How to Rediscover Happiness Are You Feeling Extreme Loss During This Time of Hardship? May 15, 2020 Ally Stegman   At this uncertain time, when many are feeling an extreme loss of control,  shifting your mindset and even discovering happiness can change your expectations as things go forward. Many factors play into why we are feeling the way we […]
Agent News Ways to Stretch Your Unemployment Benefits By Maryalene LaPonsie, Contributor, May 20, 2020 If you’ve been laid off, here’s how to make your money last:   Even if unemployment benefits can cover bills right now, workers should prepare to make changes to their budget and their lifestyle. MORE THAN 36 MILLION Americans have filed for unemployment benefits since mid-March. While the government is providing a […]