Just Listed in Seattle…

We just listed this Classic Mid-Century Modern in the Loyal Heights neighborhood…

Just Sold in Seattle!

We just sold this home in Cedar Park…

Just Sold in Seattle!

We just sold this Greenwood home at $55,000 above asking…

Just Listed in Seattle!

We just listed this SE facing top floor condo in the Cobrizo building…

Just Listed in Seattle!

We just listed this development opportunity in Ballard…

Just Listed - Downey BLOG

Just Listed in Seattle!

We just listed this Greenwood Rambler…

Just Listed - Rockwell BLOG

Around the Sound in September

Here are some happenings in the Seattle area for the month of September…

Puyallup Fair:  9/1 – 9/24    http://www.thefair.com/

Bumbershoot:  9/1 – 9/3   https://www.bumbershoot.com/

Seattle Art Museum:  9/7 is Free First Thursday   http://www.seattleartmuseum.org/

Bellevue Art Museum:  9/8 Free First Friday   https://www.bellevuearts.org/

Fremont Oktoberfest:  9/22-9/24   http://www.fremontoktoberfest.com/

Just Sold in Bellevue!

We just sold this Woodridge view home in Bellevue – for 32% above asking!

Just Sold - Collins BLOG

Just Listed in Seattle!

We just listed this Cedar Park home on 0.48 acres…

Just Listed - Haining Estate BLOG

Seattle City Light to Replace Electric Meters

Seattle City light began their program to upgrading existing electricity meters on July 31st, 2017 with advanced meters that will enhance services for customers and help the publicly owned utility operate more efficiently.

This is a big step toward modernizing the service Seattle City Light provides its customers,” City Light Customer Care Director Kelly Enright said. “Upgrading our metering technology will put more power into our customers’ hands so they can better manage their energy use and it will empower our employees to provide even better service.”

City Light will replace more than 420,000 meters across its service territory by the end of 2018.

The new meters will provide more accurate billing by eliminating the estimated reads currently used to generate a bill when a meter reader is unable to access a customer’s meter or complete a route. Once the Advanced Metering data is connected to other utility computer systems, power outages will be reported automatically and customers will be able to access their energy use information online. The new meters also create opportunities for additional enhancements in the future, such as account balance alerts, monthly billing and optional time-of-use rates to support electric vehicle charging.

There is no charge for a customer to receive an advanced meter. City Light will provide three notifications before exchanging an existing meter with an advanced meter. A letter will be sent about six weeks ahead of the exchange. A post card will be sent about two weeks before the exchange. And an automated phone call will be made one to three days before the installation.

Customers who do not wish to participate in Advanced Metering can opt out of the program. Fees will apply.

For more information, please visit:  http://www.seattle.gov/light/ami/