Brokers from Seattle King County REALTORS® responded to this month’s Broker Bulletin poll, answering the question, Have you ever had a real estate sign for an open house removed by a city enforcement officer because it did not comply with the city’s sign code? Happily, 67 percent of respondents said… Read more
Past Seattle King County REALTORS® from as recent as last year and as far back as 1973 gathered at the Seattle Yacht Club last week for the 58th annual Past President luncheon. The luncheon culminated in the induction of SKCR’s newest into the Past President Club, Shane Davies. The Past… Read more
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BELLEVUE, Washington (September 19, 2018) – Healthy parks can contribute to healthy home sales, according to officials with Seattle King County Realtors® (SKCR). The group is recruiting “boots on the ground” volunteers for its annual day of service “TREC project.” TREC – The REALTORS Environmental Council – will mark its… Read more
The Seattle King County REALTORS® Young Professionals Network is putting on an event that you don’t want to miss: their third annual The Edge: A Networking Breakfast. On October 4, industry professionals will gather at the Bellevue Club to build their business, enjoy breakfast and hear from other successful REALTORS®… Read more
Seattle King County REALTORS® tracks sign code changes in cities across King County so that you can quickly get the information you need to do business. The Association also advocates for REALTOR®-friendly codes to give you as many opportunities as possible to market homes. The Medina City Council recently passed… Read more
Your business may be doing great now, but if you aren’t planning ahead, you may not be in the shape you thought when it comes time to retire. That could happen to the 43 percent of REALTORS® who are not saving for retirement, but it doesn’t have to. If you’re… Read more