How environmentally-conscious is your Seattle neighborhood? See how your community measures up in The Seattle Times’s green scale, which tracks the percentage of residents who choose alternative commuting (other than driving in a single-occupancy vehicle). The city’s overall average is not … Continue reading →Continue reading →
Should homeowners fertilize their lawns in early spring? Garden expert Bob Sproule says not so fast. Households should focus on raking and aerating the grass in the months of April and May. Applying fertilizer is timely; when the lawn turns … Continue reading →
Residential real estate is heating up in the Puget Sound region as spring buyers hunt for homes in a market where demand exceeds supply. In February, the inventory of single-family homes and condominiums was just over a 1.2-month supply in … Continue reading →Continue reading →
Spring is here. For most households, that means deep cleaning their homes. Kick start this year’s spring cleaning project with Peter Walsh’s tips on de-cluttering the fast way.
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