I am pleased to share that last Saturday, I attended the Bellevue LifeSpring’s VIP Wine Event, “Le Vin A Son Apogee” at the Hyatt Regency in Bellevue. It was a fabulous night, complete with dancing, wine tasting, a silent auction and great company, including Honorary Chair, Lawyer Milloy, Former Safety for the Seattle Seahawks! And the best part? The entire evening benefited the Breaktime-Mealtime™ Program!
Did you know? 19% of children in Bellevue public schools qualify for the free or reduced price lunch program, which means they live at or near the Federal Poverty Line. Bellevue LifeSpring’s Breaktime-Mealtime program provides these children with thousands of nutritious meals during school breaks every year, ensuring that they return to the classroom healthy and ready to learn.
I am honored to have attended this important benefit. To learn more about this event and the Breaktime-Mealtime program, click here.
Autumn has arrived and the median sale price of King County Residential homes was 435K in September 2015, up nearly 15K compared to the previous year. Homes spent an average of 27 days on the market, down 18% year over year. More buyers came out with the end of the summer, as number of units sold was up 5% year over year. Buyers also turned to the tech-infused downtown Seattle area, as the number of condos sold was up 26% month over month, with an average sale price of nearly $440K.
Last Thursday, I attended “Signs”, an art opening for the wonderfully talented Maeve Harris at Grand Image in downtown Seattle. The exhibition featured paintings inspired by the Chinese Zodiac, delicious food and drinks and a live band!
We are excited to share our recent advertisement in the Bellevue Club’s Reflections Magazine, which introduced our recent alignment with Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty!
This collaboration of brands offers our clients unparalleled exposure and extraordinary results. Together we are setting the new gold standard of service and changing the way real estate is sold both locally and globally.