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Indian Trail

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What was once a major Native American thoroughfare in the northwestern part of the city, along the edge of the Spokane River Gorge, lies the Indian Trail neighborhood. Today, the area is dominated by homes, many of which were built from the 1960s to the early 1980s. Ponderosa Pine trees still cover the hills and prairies surrounding this neighborhood.

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April 27th, 2016

Keeping Up with The Joneses: Seven Yard Tools a First-Time Homeowner Needs

So basically, when you have a baby and wife and a career, your home reno slows down a little when your extended family flies back to their respective time zones. Last month, we shared about that pesky 15% of a project that gets left undone.  And maybe we still haven’t fixed the grout line in the shower but… …

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April 25th, 2016

An Incoming Tide Raises All Ships: How the Growth in Homeowner Equity Continues to Stabilize the U.S. Housing Market

Every quarter, the U.S. Federal Reserve releases its report regarding the Financial Accounts of the United States. Although this is a very lengthy and detailed analysis, it does contain some interesting statistics on housing. The particular “nuggets” that I look for relate to the total value of residential real …

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April 22nd, 2016

New Home Construction Trends to Watch Out For

Earlier this week, at the Windermere Builder Solutions Breakfast, more than 100 Windermere brokers came together to listen to Windermere President OB Jacobi lead a panel discussion on new home construction trends in the greater Seattle area. The panelists included Mike Owen, General Manager: Macadam …

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