Home & Real Estate

Sponsor spotlight: The No. 1 thing prospective homebuyers need to do this spring

What is the #1 thing prospective homebuyers need to do before shopping for a home this spring? Get a pre-approval letter! Even if you’re not...

Sponsor spotlight: March is National Ladder Safety Month

Ladders are not only found in construction, landscaping and other work environments, but also in your own home. Here are some safety tips from the...

Local companies at Seattle Home Show Feb. 23-March 3

Several local companies are among those exhibiting at the Seattle Home Show, the nation’s oldest and largest consumer home show, Feb. 23 through March...

Sponsor spotlight: Love your home again

Irons Brothers Construction helps its clients love their homes again in these two award-winning projects (as awarded by the Master Builder's Association Remodeling Excellence...

Sponsor spotlight: Why Caliber Stands Above The Rest

Since a home purchase is a major financial commitment, you deserve the services of a national lender with proven strength and stability. Here are some...

Your kitchen: Likely the most important room in your house

Join Irons Brothers Construction at the Northwest Remodeling Expo, set for Friday-Sunday, Jan. 18-20, at the Washington State Convention Center, Halls 4EF, 800 Convention...

Sponsor spotlight: Visit Irons Brothers at the Northwest Remodeling Expo Jan. 18-20

Join Irons Brothers Construction at the Northwest Remodeling Expo, set for Friday-Sunday, Jan. 18-20, at the Washington State Convention Center, Halls 4EF, 800 Convention...

Home and Real Estate Weekly: Five hidden renovation costs

Renovations never seem to go as planned. There’s always a cost you didn’t anticipate, or a problem that didn’t reveal itself until the project...

Home and Real Estate Weekly: Dealing with scratched hardwood floors

Hardwood floors are highly desirable for most homeowners, but they come with their share of challenges when it comes to cleaning, maintenance, and repairs....

Sponsor spotlight: More older Americans desire to ‘age in place’

Older Americans largely prefer to stay in their current homes as they age rather than downsize or relocate. And that is a major driver...