Shorewood (Burien, WA)
I'm quite certain that my pictures cannot convey the beauty of these light fixtures that I saw while sitting at an Open House in Burien on SW 128th St, heading into Shorewood.  It's a beautifully remodeled two-story home that looks and feels like an estate.  As I was standing in the kitchen, the sun coming through the window hit the multifaceted crystals on the chandelier and produced the most brilliant colors.  Unfortunately, despite all of the photos I took, I could not adequately capture this. The chandelier in the entryway was grand and impressive. Another gorgeous fixture(a dome-style light) located in the family room off of the kitchen; like the first chandelier it also reflected beautiful rainbows of colors, so much more brilliant than in the picture.  I did manage to snap a shot...
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  It's incredible to me how fast this project is progressing.  The new Shorewood Elementary, located on the corner of SW 116th St and 28th Ave SW, has a completion date of September 2008. I took a couple of photos of the construction, and there are more photos posted on the Highline School District site. The students are currently attending an interim school located at 11427 3rd Ave South, which is the old White Center Heights Elementary.     
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By Elena Micheva
(Keller Williams Realty Bellevue)
 Protect Yourself When Buying A Home!Before you select a Realtor to work with, you should educate yourself on the subject of Agency Relationships.For years, both the seller's agent (the listing agent)and an outside agent bringing an offer from a purchaser (the selling agent or sub-agent) were legally considered to represent just the seller and owed their loyalty, best efforts and other fiduciary duties only to the seller.This archaic concept left buyers totally confused and legally exposed because they were being treated as a third party customer without any representation.Confusion would set in when a purchaser believed that a relationship or allegiance had developed with their Realtor, only to find out that during negotiations their supposed agent was ethically and legally bound to wo...
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By Dustin Keeth
(Windermere Real Estate)
Should anyone take anchor in front of your waterfront estate and come ashore for a sunset refreshment, they would find endless respect for a home built with timeless imported woods and stone modernly crafted into a masterpiece. Designed to capture the imminent display of the Puget Sound, the Olympic Mountain Range and Vashon Island, your home also has an undeniable touch of Tuscany. For those interested in exemplary taste for modern living with priceless detail  
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