All in April

18 posts for category: "April"
eye on the market

Eye on the Market – April

The Puget Sound market continues at a steady pace compared to prior years. With the peak season for real estate now upon us, it is a good idea for sellers and buyers to start planning their timelines….

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Local Happenings – April

April 1-30 Skagit Valley Tulip Festival | tulipfestival.org April 6 86th Annual Daffodil Parade | thedaffodilfestival.org April 7-18 Seattle Restaurant Week | srw.seattletimes.com April 11-14 Spring Fair | thefair.com/spring-fair April 13-14 Seattle Super and Sprint | spartan.com April…

eating local

Eating Local

Eating food that is grown locally helps the local economy and also the environment, as it has traveled only a short distance to get to your table. Below you’ll find where you can purchase local produce, as…

wire fraud

Educating Buyers on Wire Fraud

Imagine you’re a homebuyer who has just wired tens of thousands of dollars for the down payment on a home. You think everything is OK until the title company tells you they never received your money and…

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Eye On The Market – April

Spring is off to a great start here in our region. Our local economy shows no signs of slowing and the healthy job market continues to attract high-wage­earning homebuyers to our region. Prospective buyers are increasingly looking…

Local-Happenings-April

Local Happenings – April

April 1 Easter Brunch at Tillicum | argosycruises.com April 1-30 Skagit Valley Tulip Festival | tulipfestival.org April 7 The Gray Sky Blues Music Festival | tacomaevents.com April 8 Emerald City Ride 2018 | cascade.org April 14 9th Annual Aha Mele Hawaiian…

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Celebrating Earth Day Everyday

A few ideas for celebrating Earth Day in your home and your daily life: Walk or bike to work. Reduce your footprint on the Earth by leaving your car at home whenever possible. You benefit from the…

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Taking Care of Tulips

Bringing tulips home from the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival? Here’s how to make them last: Choose tulips that are tightly closed; this means they are fresher. Select a vase that is half the height of the tulip…

Eating-Local

Eating Local

Eating food that is grown locally helps the local economy and also the environment, as it has traveled only a short distance to get to your table. Below you’ll find where you can purchase local produce, as…