New report offers grim assessment of millennial housing market
A new survey shows millennials locally and nationally struggling to buy.
Featured Floorplan: The Vaughn
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Why it's so hard to find rent deals around Seattle
Landlords are offering more and more deals and incentives to get renters into their apartments — except in Seattle, where rental competition is expected to climb yet again.
Report: Rents rising slower in Seattle
A new report released Friday morning shows Seattle saw a big drop in how much rent is going up, but the price of rent overall nationwide is rising.
3 Types Of Construction Loans: A Comparison And Review
SPONSORED: Most people can't fund the construction of a new home using cash, but that doesn't mean it's impossible to build your own custom home. Much like getting a mortgage to purchase an existing home, you can get financing to pay for the costs of new construction. Also like a typical mortgage, there are several different financing options available to you. The one that makes the most sense for you will depend on factors such as:
The Legislature may give you a property tax cut — but not until 2019
Democratic leaders in Washington's House and Senate are moving forward with a $391 million plan for modest property tax cuts in 2019 following projections of a surge in unexpected revenue from state tax collections.
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Is history partially to blame for Seattle's housing dilemma?
Seattle faces a considerable housing crisis under the pressure of growth. But what most people don't realize is that Seattle also faces another challenge to affordability — history.
Homeowner willing to sell home to city of Seattle to save neighborhood from new development
Bruce Stotler stands on his deck overlooking Schmitz Preserve Park.
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