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  • THE REAL ESTATE CHASE | No cheap ticket to Madison Park
    A current snapshot of Madison Park’s real estate market reveals an extraordinary and perhaps unprecedented situation:  There is only a single house available for sale at under $1 million — and that is priced at $900,000.  
  • We’ve purchased a new home, and we’re on the fence about what to do with our old home. Should we sell our old home or hold onto it and rent it out? We’d appreciated your perspective.  
  • If asked, most couples would say it’s important to protect their family’s financial future in the event of a spouse’s unexpected death. Yet, 74 percent of couples rarely or never discuss the topic of life insurance as part of their financial planning strategy.  
  • Land use permit applications and decisions for Madison Park and the surrounding neighborhoods.  
  • Land use permit applications and decisions for Madison Park and the surrounding neighborhoods.  
  • A decision was issued for a land use permit at 1710 27th Ave to allow two single-family structures and two two-unit townhomes in an environmentally critical area.  
  • Land use applications for Madison Park and the surrounding neighborhoods.  
  • Checklist for fall garden and landscape care
    You can see and feel the change of seasons. Fall color is starting to appear, pansies, mums and asters are in the garden center and your thoughts are turning to preparing your landscape for winter. 
  • JUST IN TIME | Sending your student off to college 
    You have plenty of big things to worry about with your child heading off to college, so you probably haven’t done much thinking about the effect on your auto insurance.  
  • I follow your column, and I trust your advice. Can you recommend a lender for a first-time buyer? The volume of information about mortgages is overwhelming, and I need a patient mortgage person. 
  • Land use applications and updates for Madison Park and the surrounding neighborhoods.  
  • The Central Library (1000 Fourth Ave.) will host the 2014 Seattle Design Festival, featuring 20 free programs over two days that explore the theme “Design in Motion.” 
  • Applicants from 221 24th Ave. E. have submitted a Land Use Application to subdivide one development site into six unit lots. 
  • ASK RAY ABOUT REAL ESTATE | Size doesn’t matter with real estate companies
    We’re planning to sell our home in a few months, and we’ve interviewed several agents. The agent we like works at a small company. I’m concerned that we might be better off going with a bigger real estate firm. 
  • JUST IN TIME | The do’s and don’ts of credit
    Everyone needs to save money. It’s easier for some than others, but for most people, debt is a part of their lives that causes stress and anxiety. Almost everything we do has a cost, and it can be difficult to determine what things are worth it and what things aren’t. 
  • Land use updates for Madison Park and the surrounding neighborhoods. 
  • Land use applications and permit decisions for Madison Park and the surrounding neighborhoods. 
  • Land use updates from Madison Park and surrounding neighborhoods. 
  • When I told my neighbor we are selling our house, she mentioned that she knows a few people who might be interested in doing what she termed a “private sale,” before it’s officially on the market.  
  • Leschi’s Ronald House gains landmark status
    The Seattle City Council has approved landmark designation ordinances for five new City of Seattle landmarks, including the Ronald House in Leschi. 
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