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Pending home sales hit highest level since 2006

WASHINGTON — Americans signed more contracts to buy homes in April for the third straight month, driving pending home sales to the highest level in more than a decade.The National Association of Realtors said Thursday that its seasonally adjusted pending home sales...

Date: 05/26/2016 | Business Wire

Portland map shows buildings that may not survive earthquake

PORTLAND, Ore. — The city of Portland has released a map and database showing about 1,800 unreinforced masonry buildings that may be vulnerable to shaking during an earthquake if they are not structurally retrofitted.

Date: 05/26/2016 | Northwest

Home sales decline in the western U.S.

WASHINGTON — Midwestern homebuyers helped spark a national increase in real estate sales during April, a sign that demand for housing remains steady despite rising prices and tight inventories.Sales of existing homes rose 1.7 percent last month to a seasonally adjusted...

Date: 05/21/2016 | Business Wire

Fatal falls continue to plague Snohomish County work sites

LYNNWOOD — Two more workers have lost their lives after falls in Snohomish County.Al Speed, 61, died Wednesday from injuries sustained in an earlier fall while working for the Snohomish County Public Utility District, officials have confirmed. In addition,...

Date: 05/20/2016 | Local News

San Francisco-area home prices reach a record high

Home prices in the San Francisco Bay area, the epicenter of the U.S. technology boom and housing-affordability crunch, hit an all-time high last month.

Date: 05/20/2016 | Business Wire

China influence on local real estate may be permanent

Chinese companies and individuals have been aggressive buyers of U.S. real estate in recent years, mostly out of concerns that their own real estate market may collapse on artificially stimulated growth and a volatile Chinese stock market.Just in the past few years alone,...

Date: 05/19/2016 | Business columnists

Donald Trump’s business booms as he runs for president

Business has boomed in Donald Trump’s financial empire during the time he has run for president, according to an analysis of his federal disclosure forms.

Date: 05/18/2016 | Nation & World

One of China’s biggest homebuilders aims at tower in Seattle

SEATTLE — One of China’s biggest homebuilders is hoping to build a 43-story apartment tower in Seattle near the Space Needle. Vanke China would be an investor in the residential building on a lot next to Denny Way, near the start of the Highway 99 tunnel.

Date: 05/17/2016 | Business Wire

Plan to develop Seattle Civic Square again falls through

SEATTLE — A plan to develop an empty block in downtown Seattle into a public plaza has again fallen through due to financing issues.

Date: 05/13/2016 | Northwest

47,000-acre ranch added to huge Montana wildlife reserve

BILLINGS, Mont. — A huge Montana nature reserve added a 47,000-acre historic ranch to its patchwork of lands along the Missouri River on Friday, a significant step in a privately funded effort to stitch together a Connecticut-sized park where bison would replace livestock and...

Date: 05/08/2016 | Nation & World

More homes land on market in county, but still too few

More homes hit the market in Snohomish County during April, but inventories remain far below what was available a year ago, the Northwest Multiple Listing Service says.Listings grew by 15 percent to 1,462 homes in April, compared to 1,267 in March.Homes on the...

Date: 05/06/2016 | Business

Green living is growing

Eco-friendly Clearwater Commons recently completed 7th house

Date: 05/04/2016 | Local News

Construction spending up 0.3 percent, led by home building

WASHINGTON — U.S. construction spending advanced in March to its highest level in more than eight years. Gains in home building and nonresidential construction offset a drop in government projects.

Date: 05/02/2016 | Business Wire

Snohomish Army National Guard unit deployed to Middle East

Soldiers assigned to Snohomish's 176th Engineer Company, Washington State Army National Guard, departed March 30 for deployment to the Middle East.The vertical engineer company of electricians, plumbers, carpenters and masons will maintain and build facilities on military...

Date: 04/29/2016 | Local News

Alaskan Way Viaduct to close Friday for 2 weeks

SEATTLE — Seattle commuters are bracing for a two-week closure of the Alaskan Way Viaduct by adjusting work schedules or making plans to bike, bus or take other transportation to work.

Date: 04/28/2016 | Northwest

Sales of new homes fall for a third month on slump in West

Purchases of new homes unexpectedly declined in March for a third month, reflecting the weakest pace of demand in the West since July 2014.

Date: 04/25/2016 | Business Wire

U.S. home rents up in March, but signs suggest easing

WASHINGTON — Americans paid more to rent homes last month, but broader measures suggest that the surging increases of prior years have moderated in much of the country.Real estate data firm Zillow said Friday that the median U.S. monthly rent rose a seasonally adjusted...

Date: 04/23/2016 | Business Wire

More Americans expected to remodel their homes this year

WASHINGTON — A rising number of Americans are preparing to renovate their homes this year, a potential boost for the economy, according to projections released Thursday by Harvard University's Joint Center for Housing Studies.The report estimates that spending on...

Date: 04/23/2016 | Business Wire

U.S. home sales rebound in March after February dip

WASHINGTON — U.S. homebuyers crowded back into the market in March, kicking off a solid start to the spring buying season after sales had slumped in February.

Date: 04/20/2016 | Business Wire

Industrial plans surprise residents near Everett-Mukilteo border

EVERETT — Some neighbors along the Everett-Mukilteo border were surprised last month to learn about a new industrial park going in next door.Ordinarily, they would have a public hearing to air concerns at about wildlife, storm runoff and other effects. This project,...

Date: 04/20/2016 | Local News

Millennials fall short on home down payments

WASHINGTON — Short of savings and burdened by debt, America's millennials are struggling to afford their first homes in the face of sharply higher prices in many of the most desirable cities.Surveys show that most Americans under 35 lack adequate savings for down...

Date: 04/20/2016 | Business Wire

We’re losing old houses for want of luxury

They demand granite countertops. We don't. They abhor 20-year-old kitchen cabinets. We don't notice they're 20 years old. They want his-and-her vanities in the master bath. We want to know, what exactly is a "vanity"?Aha, it's a sink. "Sink" is a bit...

Date: 04/18/2016 | Opinion Columnists

Road projects to begin in downtown Granite Falls

GRANITE FALLS — A series of construction projects in downtown Granite Falls is scheduled to start Monday and continue through the summer.

Date: 04/17/2016 | Local News

Pet-friendly offices can cause complications

WASHINGTON — There's Lily, the chief executive's dog, who clocks in 60 hours a week in a corner office; Miles, a 9-pound charmer who recently received a company award; and Harriet, a springer spaniel mix who almost always falls asleep in meetings.For years, all three...

Date: 04/16/2016 | Business Wire

Montreal leads record Canada home sales as Vancouver eases

Canadian home sales rose 1.5 percent to a fresh record in March, with the source of strength shifting to Montreal while a longer boom in Vancouver and Toronto eased.

Date: 04/15/2016 | Business Wire

Aerospace exec opposes mosque

Head of key Boeing supplier linked to postcards in Mukilteo

Date: 04/14/2016 | Local News

Are we in another housing bubble?

The Puget Sound real estate market is about as healthy as it's been since the crash of 2008-09. The question on minds today is, will it last...

Date: 04/07/2016 | Business columnists

Real estate prices jump in Snohomish County

The law of supply and demand caught up with Snohomish County's real estate market in March.The number of homes available on the market plummeted in February, but prices increased only a ho-hum 2.7 percent.That corrected itself last month.Home prices...

Date: 04/04/2016 | Business

Your input is sought on new Stanwood-Camano high school

STANWOOD — The Stanwood-Camano School District is designing a new high school and wants ideas.Officials are hoping to get a bond measure on the ballot in February 2017, though the amount has yet to be finalized.A committee of 45 parents, school employees,...

Date: 04/02/2016 | Local News

More affordable housing needed here, nationwide

It's easy to dismiss as "typically Californian" the story earlier this week about a man who's paying $400 a...

Date: 04/01/2016 | Editorials

Scenic artists resolutely pursue wise designs at Shakespeare Festival

MEDFORD, Ore. — When a designer comes to Gabriel Barrera with new ideas for a play’s scenery, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s scenic artist doesn’t back down from the challenge.

Date: 03/27/2016 | Northwest

Port means business

Waterfront work a precursor to attracting developers

Date: 03/25/2016 | Business

How to stage your home for sale in 15 minutes

Keeping the house clean, tidy and show-ready can seem like a never-ending task. Yet, that’s exactly what you’re expected to do once you list your house on the real estate market.

Date: 03/24/2016 | Home and Garden

Briefs: Everett’s Coast Real Estate expands in Portland, Vancouver

Everett's Coast Real Estate expands in Portland, VancouverEverett-based Coast Real Estate Services, one of the Pacific Northwest's largest property management firms, announced its acquisition of Norris Beggs & Simpson Companies Portland, Oregon,...

Date: 03/21/2016 | Bizblog

Port sets new course on waterfront

EVERETT — In 2014, Mark Beattie relocated from Spokane for a job at Washington State University North Puget Sound at Everett. Living near campus and in the community was an important factor, so he and his wife joined the waiting list for living space at the in-progress Waterfront...

Date: 03/21/2016 | Business

Port of Everett wants hotels built as part of waterfront redevelopment

EVERETT — The Port of Everett is looking for a developer to build a mid-market hotel as it moves ahead with its ambitious plan to redevelop a large swath of waterfront.

Date: 03/20/2016 | Business

Out of ashes and mud

Ground broken for new home to help Oso victims

Date: 03/20/2016 | Local News

Bellingham house uses the sun for heat, water, power, cars

BELLINGHAM — There are several interesting features about Ted Clifton’s “Power House” in Bellingham, but for many people, the most interesting things are what you won’t find there.Electricity bills and heating bills, for example, and no gasoline bills for their cars.

Date: 03/12/2016 | Northwest

California firm buys apartments in Mukilteo, Lynnwood

A Beverly Hills, California,-based real estate company announced on Friday that it purchased two large apartment complexes in Snohomish County for $141 million.

Date: 03/11/2016 | Business

Lack of inventory in county sets up ‘crazy spring real estate market’

With spring coming soon — and hopefully sunnier weather along with it — more people will be out in neighborhoods checking out open houses.They’ll have less to see.

Date: 03/07/2016 | Business

Lender must pay homeowner $213,000 for emotional distress

SEATTLE — A nationwide mortgage lender is appealing a $213,000 emotional distress judgment awarded to a Bellevue mom who was fighting to keep her home.

Date: 03/06/2016 | Northwest

A duty to prevent fire deaths

The fire that started in a second-floor residence, then tore through the Bluffs Apartments in south Everett on New Year's Eve injured a dozen people, displaced more than 100 and left one man dead of smoke...

Date: 03/06/2016 | Editorials

Multiple apartment complexes in Everett lack fire alarms

EVERETT — The owners of 19 apartment complexes in Everett are being ordered to install fire alarms on their buildings. Those notifications are going out over the next few weeks.City officials plan to inspect 30 additional complexes, Fire Marshal Eric Hicks said...

Date: 03/04/2016 | Local News

Lynnwood braces for traffic with coming growth

Traffic is already a challenge for Lynnwood, with Alderwood mall and a wealth of restaurants and shops attracting people every day. "There's 37,000-plus people who live here at night," Lynnwood Mayor Nicola Smith said. "But the traffic doubles during the...

Date: 03/04/2016 | Business

Homes on losing ground

Pilchuck River steadily eating away at properties in Lake Stevens

Date: 03/04/2016 | Local News

Experts to testify on Frognal Estates subdivision project

EVERETT — Hearings are being held a 112-home subdivision proposed for the last large tract of developable land in unincorporated southwest Snohomish County.

Date: 03/03/2016 | Local News

A billion dollars and change: Lynnwood grows up, literally

LYNNWOOD — Stand on the corner of 196th and 36th avenues, outside the Lynnwood Convention Center, and you can see the growth coming.A crane towers to the south, putting up a seven-story apartment building. A couple of blocks to the west, a second crane is building an...

Date: 03/02/2016 | Business

Point Wells approval process keeps getting slower

Decisions on the proposed Point Wells condominium project along Puget Sound in southwest Snohomish County still are years away.

Date: 03/01/2016 | South County Politics

Trading gray cities for green

As any Northwestern knows from experience, a good rain has a cleansing effect.But that cleansing results in impacts downstream, literally.Every acre of land in our cities covered by impervious surfaces — roads, parking lots, sidewalks and roofs —...

Date: 02/26/2016 | Editorials

Connection to ancestors

New building reflects ‘river people’ of Stillaguamish Tribe

Date: 02/25/2016 | Local News

New-home sales tumble in January. Big decline in the West

WASHINGTON — Americans stepped back from buying new homes in January, as purchases plunged sharply in western states where prices are typically higher.The Commerce Department said Wednesday that new-home sales fell 9.2 percent last month to a seasonally adjusted annual...

Date: 02/25/2016 | Business Wire

Everett’s ‘Someday’ art fits Aero Apartments’ aviation theme

The sculpture is called “Someday.” A jaunty, childlike character in an aviator cap and goggles looks ready to launch a paper airplane.

Date: 02/21/2016 | Julie Muhlstein

Everett port commissioners OK bid for waterfront mill site

EVERETT — The Port of Everett’s board of commissioners Tuesday voted unanimously to pursue acquisition of the former waterfront mill site owned by Kimberly-Clark Co.The decision grants the port staff the authority to pursue a purchase and sale agreement with the company.

Date: 02/10/2016 | Business

Repairs planned for 2 Snake River dam locks in Walla Walla Co.

KENNEWICK — Two dams in Washington state are scheduled for $8 million in navigation lock repairs by the Army Corps of Engineers.

Date: 02/08/2016 | Northwest

Famous ‘Grease’ and ‘Terminator’ bridge in L.A. coming down

LOS ANGELES — The end has begun for a downtown bridge that played a supporting role in many Hollywood chase scenes down the concrete-lined Los Angeles River.

Date: 02/06/2016 | Nation & World

Cause of deadly New York crane collapse under investigation

NEW YORK — It make take weeks to determine why a huge construction crane that was being lowered during strong winds came crashing down onto a street, killing a pedestrian and crushing a row of parked cars, city officials said Saturday.

Date: 02/06/2016 | Nation & World

Consumer borrowing accelerated in December

WASHINGTON — U.S. consumers in December increased their borrowing at the fastest pace in three months. The result suggests that consumer spending should remain strong in the coming months.Borrowing expanded $21.3 billion in December, the strongest showing since an...

Date: 02/06/2016 | Business Wire

Everett-based developer's $2.5M home could be sold

SEATTLE — An embattled Everett-based real estate developer could lose one of his two Bellevue homes if a court-appointed receiver gets his way. The receiver, Michael Grassmueck, asked U.S. District Judge James Robart for permission Tuesday to sell developer Lobsang...

Date: 02/03/2016 | Local News

Root issues of growth

A Lynnwood couple says work is threatening their tall timbers

Date: 02/01/2016 | Local News

Blocked trail at Riverfront, orange slime worry neighbors

EVERETT — The Lowell Riverfront Trail runs 1.6 miles from Lowell north to what is now the site of the Riverfront housing and commercial development.Walking the trail from south to north, the sounds of chirping birds and croaking frogs eventually give way to that of...

Date: 01/29/2016 | Local News

American new-home sales surged in December

WASHINGTON — Americans rushed to buy new homes in December at the strongest pace in 10 months, with 2015 marking the strongest year for this segment of the housing market since 2008.

Date: 01/27/2016 | Business Wire

Seattle contractors challenge order to halt Bertha tunneling

SEATTLE — Seattle contractors say the state’s order to suspend digging a new Highway 99 tunnel is unjustified.

Date: 01/26/2016 | Northwest

Stormwater ruling favors builders, local governments

OLYMPIA — A legal argument about stormwater requirements for new construction was resolved last week in favor of homebuilders and local governments, but the outcome disappointed clean-water advocates.

Date: 01/25/2016 | Local News

Receiver wants to sell off 3 of Dargey's biggest projects

EVERETT — A court-appointed receiver wants to sell off Potala Place and Farmer's Market and three other real estate projects belonging to an Everett-based developer accused by federal authorities of committing fraud.The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is suing...

Date: 01/23/2016 | Business

Home of uncertainty

Baker Heights residents left waiting to know community’s future

Date: 01/23/2016 | Local News

Rental price increases slowed in December

WASHINGTON — Home rental price growth turned tame in December — a sign that a burst of new apartment construction last year may be relieving cost pressures.Real estate data firm Zillow said Friday that median rent rose a...

Date: 01/23/2016 | Business Wire

2015 had the most home sales in nine years

WASHINGTON — U.S. home sales rebounded in December after new regulations had delayed the completion of purchases in November. And total sales in 2015 were the most in nine years.

Date: 01/23/2016 | Business Wire

Mayor: Everett looking up; homeless housing to open this month

EVERETT — State of the city addresses tend to be a laundry list of accomplishments, wish lists and jokes, and seldom contain any surprises. By necessity, they are almost always optimistic.

Date: 01/21/2016 | Local News

Mukilteo’s Picnic Point Frognal Estates hearing rescheduled

MUKILTEO — A hearing about whether to approve a 112-home subdivision in the unincorporated Picnic Point area has been rescheduled over the week of Feb. 29 and the following week.

Date: 01/19/2016 | Local News

State halts Seattle tunnel project after sinkhole forms

SEATTLE — Washington transportation officials and Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday halted all digging by Seattle’s tunnel-boring machine until the contractor determines what caused a large sinkhole to form over the area where the machine was operating.

Date: 01/14/2016 | Northwest

Grocery Outlet, Petco stores coming to Stanwood

STANWOOD — Construction is under way downtown on a 28,000-square-foot building meant to house a new Grocery Outlet and Petco.

Date: 01/14/2016 | Business

Developer eyes 10-acre Port of Everett industrial parcel

EVERETT — A California developer has offered to buy nearly 10 acres of industrial land in northeast Everett from the Port of Everett for about $2.85 million.The proposed sale comes after months of negotiations with Panattoni...

Date: 01/12/2016 | Business

Public hearings on Frognal Estates subdivision postponed

PICNIC POINT — Hearings about the approval of the 112-home Frognal Estates subdivision proposed on hilly, forested parcels near Picnic Point Elementary have been put on hold.

Date: 01/09/2016 | Local News

Hearings set for next week on proposed development near Mukilteo

EVERETT — Hearings are scheduled Monday through Friday next week on a 112-home subdivision known as Frognal Estates proposed for a hillside near Mukilteo in unincorporated Snohomish County.Hearing...

Date: 01/07/2016 | Local News

Big interest in little backyard houses

SEATTLE — Matt Stevenson has a little treasure behind his house that’s envied by his Fremont neighbors and coveted by city officials.

Date: 01/02/2016 | Northwest

Neighbors oppose ‘ugliness’ of UW Bothell’s building plans

BOTHELL — Neighbors of the University of Washington Bothell and Cascadia College are worried about a proposed change that would end the master building plan for the joint campus, streamline campus development, and allow...

Date: 01/02/2016 | Local News

Despite opposition, Lake Stevens gravel mine given permission to expand

LAKE STEVENS — A gravel mine off Highway 92 has been given permission to expand the size and scope of its operations despite objections and a formal appeal from neighbors.

Date: 01/02/2016 | Local News

U.S. pending home sales slip in November

WASHINGTON — Fewer people signed contracts to purchase homes in November, as the real estate market appears to have cooled after sales gains for much of 2015.

Date: 12/31/2015 | Business Wire

Home prices climb in October, helped by solid job market

WASHINGTON — Steady job growth, low mortgage rates and tight inventories helped fuel rising U.S. home prices in October.The Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller 20-city home price index rose 5.5 percent in the 12 months ending in October, up from a 5.4 percent pace in...

Date: 12/30/2015 | Business Wire

Builders chase millennials by moving down price scale

Surging prices have almost closed off the new-home market to young buyers like Brandon and Quincey Lindemann. But the Denver-area couple found a way in.

Date: 12/30/2015 | Business Wire

New-home sales rose in November after weak October

WASHINGTON — Americans appear less inclined to buy new homes as the year ends. Sales improved in November only because fewer people bought new homes in October than initially reported.

Date: 12/24/2015 | Business Wire

Try a tiny house on for size

Think you want one? Businesses offer a tryout first

Date: 12/24/2015 | Home and Garden

Neighbors of Lake Stevens gravel pit object to its expansion

LAKE STEVENS — Owners of a gravel mine off Highway 92 are seeking Snohomish County's permission to expand its size and the type of work it does.The owners of the ThomCo gravel pit have requested a revised conditional use permit to start recycling and processing...

Date: 12/21/2015 | Local News

Slippery slope

Battle rages over Edmonds hillside construction

Date: 12/20/2015 | Local News

Bertha to resume digging Seattle tunnel Monday

SEATTLE — Seattle’s broken down tunnel boring machine should get back to work Monday after a pipe stopped progress on a new State Route 99 more than two years ago.

Date: 12/18/2015 | Northwest

Investors' status uncertain

Feds want to end accused Everett developer’s role in visa program

Date: 12/11/2015 | Business

American Dream deferred in Everett

In a city of rentals, the house at 2311 19th St. in north Everett could be a tipping point.Real estate broker Saman Kouretchian bought the house in March when it was being rented room by room.

Date: 12/02/2015 | Local News

Trump picked stock fraud felon as senior adviser

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump knew a man he named as a senior business adviser in 2010 had been convicted in a major Mafia-linked stock fraud scheme, according to Associated Press interviews and a review of court records.

Date: 12/04/2015 | Nation & World

The Skotdal family: 'Contributing to the momentum' in downtown Everett

Norwegian immigrant Almer Skotdal arrived in the U.S. like so many others seeking a better life. He came to Everett in 1930, slept on a cot at the local YMCA, and made plans to start his first venture, West Coast Dairy. Some 35 years later, he sold the company and invested...

Date: 12/03/2015 | Business

Low homeownership rate could make Everett ripe for renewal

In a city of rentals, the house at 2311 19th St. in north Everett could be a tipping point.

Date: 12/02/2015 | Business

U.S. construction spending highest in 8 years

WASHINGTON — U.S. construction spending jumped in October, fueled by solid gains in home building and the largest increase in federal construction in nine years.

Date: 12/01/2015 | Business Wire

Skotdal's Aero Apartments land in downtown Everett

EVERETT — It's the latest in a long line of projects expected to bring people and, hopefully, a new sense of energy to downtown Everett.The seven-story Aero Apartments has opened at the corner of Hewitt and Rucker avenues. Already more than half of the 102 apartments...

Date: 11/30/2015 | Business

Development opposed

Neighbors band together to fight construction of 112 homes

Date: 11/28/2015 | Local News

Lynnwood receives $5 million to widen 196th Street

LYNNWOOD — The plan to widen 196th Street SW in Lynnwood just got a boost.City officials recently got word they've secured an additional $5 million in state transportation grants.That brings the total of state and federal contributions for the project to...

Date: 11/26/2015 | Local News

Work to fix damaged Lynnwood road likely to happen in spring

LYNNWOOD — A permanent fix for 212th Street SW between Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace is likely to happen in early 2016.

Date: 11/25/2015 | Local News

American home prices jump in September

WASHINGTON — U.S. home prices rose in September from a year earlier at the fastest pace in 13 months as a lack of houses for sale has forced buyers to bid up available properties.

Date: 11/25/2015 | Business Wire

Wave of Chinese investment coming to Western Washington?

BELLINGHAM — In his office on Newmarket Street in the Barkley District, Patrick Starr entered search terms into an online real estate database and came up with a list of properties for sale for more than $4 million in King County.An untrained eye might not have noticed...

Date: 11/24/2015 | Business

Developer wants to build multi-sport facility in south Everett

EVERETT — A developer and gym owner is seeking approval on plans to build a 45,000-square-foot sports facility in south Everett.Ed Ducheane, who owns 8.4 acres in the 11500 block of Airport Road, said the proposed facility would have 10 courts for basketball,...

Date: 11/23/2015 | Local News

Sale of Everett schools’ Colby building to YMCA finalized

EVERETT — The YMCA of Snohomish County on Friday finalized its purchase of Everett Public Schools’ former Educational Service Center at 4710 Colby Ave.

Date: 11/23/2015 | Local News

Rental prices rise at slower pace in October

WASHINGTON — U.S. home rental prices rose at a slower pace in October, a possible sign that apartment costs are testing the upper reaches of renters' incomes.Real estate data firm Zillow said Friday that median rents increased a seasonally adjusted 4.5 percent from a...

Date: 11/21/2015 | Business Wire

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