Archive for the 'General' Category

Moving to ZipRealty, Inc.

Friday, February 14th, 2014

As you probably noticed on this website, instead of RE/MAX Metro Realty, Inc. there is ZipRealty, Inc. now. As a real estate broker I am self-employed and it is up to me which company I am affiliated with. It was time for a move. I enjoyed working with RE/MAX and I really liked my managing […]

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New Year

Wednesday, January 1st, 2014

Happy New Year to all of my blog readers! I wish you a wonderful and prosperous 2014. In a few days I will post market updates, including changes within last few years. Stay tuned!

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Christmas in Seattle

Saturday, December 14th, 2013

Christmas is almost here. Seattle is dressed up with beautiful lights, trees and decorations. The Carousel at Westlake Center is open, The Macy’s Star is shinning and the tree by Westlake Center is breathtaking. Christmas music is playing in shopping centers, stores and restaurants. People seem to smile more as they wish each other Merry […]

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Long time

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

It has been long time since I posted on my blog. I suppose I got involved and busy with other things, like participating in Seattle Lithuanian Community, taking real estate classes, etc. This website is still alive and will be active very soon. For now, please check how our government shutdown has affected the real […]

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Beautiful Pacific Northwest

Monday, July 15th, 2013

As I mentioned in my previous post, a couple days ago my family and I took a short vacation. After visiting with friends we spent a night in Sequim and then went to explore Olympic Peninsula. We could not have asked for a better weather: it was clear, sunny and warm. Here are a few […]

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July 4th 2013 in Seattle

Monday, July 1st, 2013

The summer is here. And, boy is it really. We have record temperatures for this time of the year and everybody is reacting differently: from, “Yes, we deserve it!” to, “Bring back the rain and 60 degrees”. For most Seattleites it’s a bit too much to handle. Mainly that’s because most of us do not […]

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Seattle neighborhoods

Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

In previous posts I analyzed housing market in different Seattle areas. Even though I mentioned which neighborhoods certain areas include, I thought I should give a more detailed view of this city. It would help people who are not from here or those who just moved here. And possibly even those who have lived in […]

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Things to do in Seattle on Memorial Day weekend

Friday, May 24th, 2013

The long weekend is here. If you are staying in Seattle for Memorial Day, there are many fun things to do in our city. Here is the list of just a few. 42nd Annual Northwest Folklife Festival When: Friday, May 24, 2013 through Monday, May 27, 2013 Where: Seattle Center 305 Harrison St Seattle, WA […]

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By International Fountain in Seattle Center on a sunny day

Wednesday, May 8th, 2013

What a beautiful beginning of May we are having! I noticed that when it is sunny I tend to remember to take my camera with me more often. I did just that another day and went to Seattle Center to enjoy the sun, music and water show at the International Fountain. After all it is […]

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SAM’s Mirror

Friday, April 26th, 2013

Seattle Art Museum (SAM) has a new permanent art display – MIRROR. It is an urban earthwork that changes in response to movements around it. Here are a few pictures I took another evening. It may not be the perfect angle, but it still shows amazing colors. I was fascinated by it to say the […]

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