seattle real estate

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    A Tale of Two Super Cities

    Chances are you know which team you’re rooting for this Sunday, but how do Seattle and Denver stack up off the field?

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    How Much for a Midsize Home?

    To find out, we’ve gathered homes for sale measuring close to the U.S. median home size of 1,598 square feet.

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    House of the Week: A Seattle Home Built Out of Spite

    This little sliver of a home was built out of pure spite.

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    What’s It Like Living on a Houseboat?

    A Seattle couple ditched a spacious 2-bedroom in Fremont for 760 square feet on Lake Union.

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    Luxury Meets Sustainability in Seattle’s First Certified ‘Passive House’

    The design is sleek and unconventional, but the real kicker is the utility bill.

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    How Much House Can You Get for $450,000?

    This week, we’re looking at homes priced around $450,000.

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    House of the Week: Mid-Century Classic in Bothell, WA

    Immersed among the greenery is an original mid-century home constructed in 1955 and described as an “architectural treasure.”

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    How Much House Can You Get for $600,000?

    This week, we’re looking at homes priced around $600,000.

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    House of the Week: Skylights and Glass in Seattle (VIDEO)

    Sitting bluffside to Puget Sound, this home not only captures the water views, but as much daylight as possible.

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    Homes With a View (of the Space Needle, Golden Gate Bridge & More)

    From coast to coast, and a few places in-between, we’re showcasing homes with views of U.S. landmarks.

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    How Much House Can You Get for $700,000?

    Each week we take a look at how much house you can expect to get at a specific price point. This week, we’re looking at homes priced at $700,000.

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    True Crime Author Ann Rule Gives Up Her Seattle-Area “Dream House”

    True crime author Ann Rule’s writing retreat is for sale.

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    What’s Behind a Name? Hell’s Kitchen, Frogtown, Cabbagetown, Tangletown, and More

    There are quite a few other cities with unusual-named neighborhoods and some interesting back stories.

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    See Homes That Will Float Your Boat

    Living close to a body of water has its share of real estate perks — water views, waterfront properties, private beaches, and personal boat launches are […]