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Great house, not-so-great next-door neighbors

This West Seattle short sale is a great house. Lots of original details, with a huge dining room, three upstairs bedrooms, and a cute little bathroom with a sloped ceiling in the shower like Kristin and Craig’s. 88 more words

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Expectations vs Reality in Real Estate

By Jesse McCarl

The real estate experience should always be fun. But the journey is often tarnished by unrealistic expectations from the onset. To help keep things in perspective, here’s a look at some of the most common misunderstandings and reality to help you prepare. 74 more words

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The Art of Concentration

So I deleted everything on my wordpress blog. Again. The last time I did it was around Easter this year; I wanted a fresh start so I just set fire to the entire blog and started from scratch. 445 more words


Dawson Street Mid-Century Brick House

I want to love this 1952 house with original details, but the deal breaker is the lack of garage or basement for a workspace. That plus the fairly sketchy neighborhood make it a no-go — though the corner fireplace almost makes up for it.

Timeline: November 26, 2014

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Sachen, die mir eingefallen sind III: Pointing out the obvious, tips for surviving.

Really more of a post for second years and people who haven’t started their years abroad yet, but there we go. If you really want to know how you sort out your life, this is the post for you. 2,257 more words


Cheers to the Weekend

I feel like I have so much to talk about and I just don’t even know where to begin! This week has been uber cray cray…between house hunting, work, wedding meetings, and sleeping, I’m wiped out! 543 more words

The London ordeal

About a month ago I set on a mission to find a room to rent in London. What could be easier right? According to the recent study, every sixth person desires to live and work in London and according to my own naked eye observation at least every second actually ends up pursuing this desire and clearly succeeds – judging from the population density on trains/buses/streets. 461 more words