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Mar

15

A new start-up called OneRent, based out of San Jose, has created a new high-tech platform for renters and landlords to manage rental properties. The site takes an Uber-approach to renting apartments and rental homes, and the company is working towards providing a one-click rental experience for potential tenants and landlords.  Check out more information in this recent article from the Daily Journal of Commerce.      Continue Reading


Written by Phillips RE | property management

Mar

10

The Seattle housing market has been growing and expanding for a number of  years now, neighborhoods are filling up with condominium building projects and houses for sale get snatched up as soon as they go on the market. Great news for condo developers and those selling their homes,  but for people looking for housing are being challenged. This article from GeekWire explains the situation perfectly. The tech boom in Seattle and surrounding areas bring in thousands of workers that want to... Continue Reading


Written by phillips | property management

Mar

08

As a home owner or property owner, now is the time to think about caring for your lawn. This article has some tips and tricks to help you get your lawn looking fresh and green and ready for the sunshine. This is an important feature for your property especially if you are considering selling, the lawn and exterior of your home, apartment building or duplex is the first thing potential buyers or investors see, it's best to keep it looking well kept so people stay interested. Continue Reading


Written by phillips | maintenance

Mar

01

Are newer, high end and luxury apartments making older apartments more affordable? It's an interesting question posed in this Seattle Times article, but is it realistic? Rents are still higher in the Seattle area than in the surrounding areas, and it is troubling that two buildings next to each other can differ in rent anywhere from $500-$1000, but as the article states, new construction will always age and prices will go down and in the end the older buildings may make rents more affordable... Continue Reading


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