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Giving Back

Anyone who knows me knows that I spent 25 years working for non-profit and community service organizations, primarily those focused on the needs of children, women, and families. Even though I’m no longer working in the non-profit sector, I still contribute a lot of time to organizations I care about, such as the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, FamilyWorks, and Ingraham High School Auction. I also contribute financially to many groups, and am fortunate that Coldwell Banker Bain has a Community Partnership program that allows both Coldwell Banker Bain and I to provide additional financial support.

Through the Community Partnership program,Coldwell Banker Bain and I will donate 10% our share of the sales commission to the following organizations with which I have formal partnerships. All a client has to do is tell me they were referred by the organization.

Do you have a non-profit you’d like me to partner with? Give me a call or email and we can discuss it.

In addition, for any closing before December 31, 2014, I will donate $500 to your choice of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center or the Phinney Neighborhood Association. (This donation does not apply if there is a community partnership donation.)

New to the Market in Phinney Ridge

736 N 70th St.On Wednesday I told you it was coming – so here it is. I’ve brought on a listing in Seattle’s hottest neighborhood Phinney Ridge. One and half blocks to Green Lake for outdoor activities, two blocks to the P-Patch, a half mile to the Zoo, and just 3 blocks to the all the retail and restaurants of Phinney Ridge – Red Mill Burgers, Starbucks, Ken’s Market, Greenwood Hardware, Umpqua Bank, and so many more local small businesses. Plus you’re just blocks from the Phinney Neighborhood Association which hosts the Farmer’s Market, numerous community building events, classes, a pre-school, and much more.

This home, at 736 N. 70th St., offers 3 bedrooms on the upper floor, 1.75 bathrooms, an additional room on the main that could be a 4th bedroom, family room, or home office. Southern exposure brings you lots of natural light, with a peek-a-boo view of Mt. Rainier from upstairs. A level, grassy, fully fenced backyard is perfect for your pooch to run around in, as well as for summer barbecues, croquet, and all-around fun. On the lower level you even have a working sauna in which to unwind at the end of the day.

Check out the home online, download the home flyer, or give me a call at 206-790-0081 or an email for more information or a private showing. List price: $549,000 and offers will be reviewed on June 13, 2014.