Collection of 1-3 minute videos from Salmon Bay Community Lending chock full of helpful information about all things mortgage-related in bite size pieces. If you’re looking for an answer to a specific question, search the Mortgage Minutes playlist. Click HERE
Is it better to rent or buy a home? On this month's episode of Monday with Matthew, Matthew Gardner explains why buying a home is the financially superior option by detailing the wealth-building opportunities and tax benefits that come with homeownership. Click HERE
Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner’s Top 10 Predictions for 2024. Each month, he analyzes the most up-to-date U.S. housing data to keep you well-informed about what’s going on in the real estate market. Click HERE
Addresses a wide array of Real Estate, Land Use, and Development issues, working with Land Surveyors, Civil Engineers, Architects, and other related Land Use professionals on boundary issues, easements, CC&Rs, subdivisions, Condominiums, Boundary Line Adjustments, as well as other regulatory processes and legal issues surrounding them.
Nathan is an Attorney and Partner of Seattle Divorce Services in Ballard. He has practiced family law since 2009, and Collaborative Law since 2016 and has been helping address the unique legal concerns of the polyamorous community since the early days of his career.
The remedy for Washington’s dire housing shortage is more homes of all shapes and sizes. Co-living homes—small apartments with shared kitchens—are a low-cost housing option that most communities lack because local zoning laws make them illegal or otherwise impractical to build. A new Washington bill, HB 1998, aims to fix that by setting standards to legalize co-living homes statewide. Click HERE