My creative impulses often explode, firing off ideas like shooting stars that would fill a galaxy.
Many assume real estate brokers are extroverts, outgoing, bar-hopping, dinner partying people. I’m not the expected social butterfly.
Boomers and their parents are facing these transitions now. Some will be proactive, most will be reactive to changing conditions.
Thinking ahead alleviates so much of the stress that accompanies moving day.
A broker who’s earned the Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES®) designation made the choice to assist people who may be unsure about how to navigate life’s transitions.
I’d been waiting for an “excuse” to get over to Ballard because it always seemed so out of the way.
Walking around in the rain while never utilizing the protection of an umbrella is a local phenomenon I’ll never quite understand.
Seattle is just one of the many ADU-friendly areas* in the U.S. and was a factor in one of my recent listings on historic Capitol Hill.
My job with any client, or potential client, is to guide, be honest, be respectful, hold hands when necessary and nudge a little when things seem insurmountable.