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Coronavirus: Will it slow Seattle’s Housing Market?

Ask anyone familiar with the Seattle housing market, and they will tell you that the coronavirus emerged at the worst possible moment in terms of its impact on the house-hunting season. This is because March is often, as one expert said, the “beginning of prime house-hunting season in Seattle,” and the coronavirus has settled like a “cloud of uncertainty” over the city....

Property 14724 Spotlight: Stunning Leshi Furnished Home

Tucked into a coveted Seattle waterfront neighborhood, this Seattle furnished home is part of a high-end community within walking distance of Lake Washington. Savor the delights of formal bicycle trails and walking paths right along the waterfront, and yet take comfort that you are two blocks from the nearest Metro Bus stop, and only two miles from Madrona. Here you can find every sort of shop needed, including groceries, the post office, and your local Starbucks. A true Seattle corporate home, it is within easy reach of two five-star restaurants and offers a newly-renovated space for a long term stay....

Suzette Sommer Tells Her Story About Becoming A Successful Landlord

In 2013, Suzette Sommer had never considered converting her home into an investment. In fact, she had never even thought of the possibility that her gorgeous house might be prime Seattle corporate housing. She did know, though, that she had lost her business, and that, in caring for her dying husband, she had come within a month of foreclosure. Then she was inspired by a friend staying in a Seattle furnished rental. Suzette’s friend was waiting for her new house to be built, and, as she visited Suzette, she saw how luxurious and comfortable Seattle corporate housing could be....

Seattle Couples Converts Mother-in-Law Suite into Furnished Rental and Makes $10k Per Year!

In July 2003, Colleen Cameron and her soon-to-be-husband, Michael, were looking to buy a house in the North Shoreline area of Seattle. While house-hunting for their dream house the couple stumbled upon a beautiful chateau that had everything they wanted… and then some. “It just so happened that the house we fell in love with also offered great income-producing potential as it had an 800 sq. ft. mother-in-law suite in the basement,” says Colleen. After the married coupled settled into their new home, they decided that rather than rent out their mother-in-law suite as a “regular” rental (which was...