Real Estate news and interesting articles for the week of 4/23
April 26, 2017 | Ray York
Who will buy baby boomer’s homes?
U.S. home sales shoot up to 10-year high
Housing starts fall in March, but permits are up
Down payment the top hurdle for would-be home buyers
Hourly wage needed to rent a 2-bedroom apartment in every U.S. state
Average mortgage rate drops to 5-month low
HOME trends
Seattle #1 city with highest percentage of residents using LED bulbs 
558 garage ideas and photos 
Little free libraries feed the mind; little free pantries feed the hungry 
LOCAL news
Will the last middle class person leaving Seattle please turn off the lights? [SUBSCRIPTION MAY BE REQUIRED]
Homeowners to pay City of Seattle $400,000 over unauthorized cutting of trees on public land
Why it’s hard to find a condo in Seattle
Will your income keep up with rent in Seattle?
Where to live now in the Seattle area
Seattle millennials change homes more often than anywhere else in the U.S. [SUBSCRIPTION MAY BE REQUIRED]
Business Journals rank University of Washington among nation’s 10 best public colleges
Downtown Bellevue is the fastest growing neighborhood in the city [SUBSCRIPTION MAY BE REQUIRED]
Trail of the Week: North Bend’s Mount Si
Washington wine industry has growing economic impact on state
Kayaks and paddleboards coming to Lake Tapps
Open house on April 27 to discuss future changes to North Lake Tapps Park
Snohomish County PUD plans to modernize the power grid to provide energy stability to Arlington area and Stillaguamish Valley
Snohomish Conservation District changes rate structure
87 acres in a south Everett industrial will soon transfer to City to create park and recreational area
Snohomish county now offers online permitting via
WEEKLY DOSE OF awesomeness
Samsung building foldable smartphone


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