Gee, this is getting a little like Rocky… Anyway, the Tri-City Herald recently reported that the CID is going to take another look at the “if-we-don’t-show-up-that-means-we’re-in-favor-of-it” aspect of the LID vote. I’m glad that all is not lost and that the little guy still can make a difference!
Nothing major. There are 218 fewer listings in the first five months of this year, as compared to last year. 61 fewer solds. 22 more under contracts (May brought us that small jump). Average sales price increased $5,720 between last year and this (about 3.5% appreciation…nice, steady and excellent!). What does it all mean, you […]
Which I know I’ve said ad infinitum. I know we’re supposed to ‘list to last’, and I truly do like listing homes. I like the challenge of finding nice ways to tell people to clean their house and replace the Miami-Vice light fixtures. I like the negotiating process. I think it’s because I’ve always liked […]
Sorry I’m late with this info. I was so concerned about the whole West Richland water woes (say THAT three times fast!) thing that I didn’t get the stats out. Highlights…active listings up over any one of the previous three months and over April of last year. Solds are on track to come in close […]
Do the folks at the Herald read this blog? They finally reprinted the map I’ve been begging for! You cannot see it in the online version of the story, which is a shame, but at least it’s there in the actual paper. It’s affecting fewer people than I thought. It looks some part of the LID […]
When I was a student at Pepperdine University, we had the Thursday Night Movie. Admission was $1.00 per person, or $1.00 per couple. You’d find a lot of guys hanging out around the entrance to Elkins Auditorium looking for someone suitable to grab and take in as their “date”. After all, you could save .50 and […]