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Seattle Dream Homes features Seattle Real Estate for Sale and highlights unique, historic, vintage, modern or luxury homes for sale in Seattle.

Are you looking for a nice Realtor who will work hard, represent your interests and help you find the home of your dreams in Seattle?

Are you a home owner who is thinking of selling their home?  Do you have questions about properties you’ve seen on this webpage?

Or do you have more general questions about real estate or buying or selling a home in Seattle?  Sometimes, you just want to know about a certain neighborhood.  I’m a third-generation Seattleite and can help you with a home purchase in any of our fine neighborhoods.

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Our website features all of Seattle area listings for sale. If you’re looking for Seattle’s best real estate agent and broker, please give us a all to represent your interests.

We also have full real estate sales staff to cover Seattle real estate staging, home repair, decorating and concierge services for homeowners. If you’d like to sell your home and want to know the market value, call us today for a free market analysis!

Seattle Real Estate Map Search

Search for Seattle Homes, search the MLS, search condos, townhomes, find a modern home or a Craftsman Bungalow or a mid-century home for sale in the different neighborhoods using this map.  Just click on Ballard to find listings there for sale, or click on Fremont, Capitol Hill or Queen Anne or search SLU (South Lake Union) to view condominiums or Belltown for a cool condo overlooking Puget Sound.  Also, you can view homes in West Seattle, the Central District and Ravenna for Sale.

Seattle is a city of “neighborhoods”


1906 fully renovated Capitol Hill Craftsman was featured on the
1906 fully renovated Capitol Hill Craftsman was featured on the

Seattle is a city of neighborhoods and if you’re moving to the area, you will love exploring all the different areas of the city.  If you work in Downtown Seattle, then you may enjoy living nearby in such neighborhoods like Queen Anne or Capitol Hill.  From there, you can ride your bicycle downtown or take a quick bus and be at work.  You may also enjoy living in a condo downtown in Belltown or lower Queen Anne or South Lake Union.  Expect to spend at least $1000 a month on rent for an apartment and at least $300K for a condo.  You can find houses starting around $500K for a small fixer, and $700K for a family home.

Seattle has some great public schools, and you can find a lot of school information online to help you make a good choice if you are relocating to Seattle. The Seattle Public Schools are very good, and our largest in-city high school, Garfield H.S., has more National Merit Scholars than any of the private high schools.



Capitol-Hill-500x375If you like Sunsets, then you may prefer to live in the North or Northwest part of the city.  You can get great water views from West Seattle or the Junction or Admiral areas of West Seattle. If you prefer Ballard, moving closer to Sunset Hill or Broadview will give you great Puget Sound views and you can watch the sunset from your deck or balcony.  Expect to pay $800+ for an apartment, $250K and up for a condo and at least $300K for a house in West Seattle or $500K+ in Ballard.

HillClimb-Court-8-500x295Thinking of a condominium in Seattle for sale?  There are lots of them in Downtown Seattle, Belltown and SLU (South Lake Union, but you can also find many on Capitol Hill, Queen Anne and Central District.  Another great place for condo’s (and very affordable in in Greenwood, and there are a number around Greenlake and near Northgate.