Keeping Consistently Clean & Tidy in Your New Home

Worried about inviting guests over because of Fido?

Pet owners know that [wo]man’s best friend comes with all the love and mess of sharing your life with a furry friend. This can sometimes include …odors. Uh, wet dog, anyone?

And what if you want to entertain for friends & family? Whether your digs are big or small, cleaning up for guests to come over can seem like a daunting task, especially if you have pets.

We found a great article that might give you the insight, tips & hacks you need. Apartment Therapyhas outlined some easy tips to keep your home consistently tidy and pet-smell free.

These small changes can free up your time, keep your possessions looking new, and potentially help in maintaining the resale value of your home. See what you think!

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The Seattle Rental Market Blues

Is renting your current digs giving you the renter’s blues?

As a past or present Seattle renter, you’ve probably thought to yourself, at one point or another, “What a waste it is to throw my money into something I don’t own.”

Whether it be updates, decor for a small space or even just the rent check itself.

This recent article by Curbed Seattle highlights just how up and down this current Seattle renter’s market is.

Surprisingly, the most dramatic increase from this research can be seen in the pricing for studio apartments.

Start to plan for a future writing checks for an investment …instead of to a landlord!

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Don’t Be a Stranger in Your Community

Have you been craving some more community involvement or some new friends here in Seattle?

Feeling like an outsider in your own neighborhood can be intimidating whether you are new to the area or thinking of branching out. You might be moving from a close knit community into an undiscovered one, leaving you feeling down in the dumps.

Sunset released an article that shares creative ways to help establish a community or contribute to an already existing one.

No matter your situation, if you become active in your neighborhood, you are sure to be appreciated and more connected.