Podcast with Brian Bushlach. Whether it's a day trip or the first stop on a tour of the Kitsap Peninsula, Bainbridge Island is one of the most popular destinations across the Puget Sound Region. For many, it's become home in our new flexible, remote-working lifestyle. Shannon Dierickx is a third generation islander
Life on the south end of Bainbridge Island has gotten a whole lot cooler! Thanks to Island Cool every Wednesday evening Tracie Marsh will be playing through the summer! Bring the kids and treat em to frozen yogurt – there’s no cover and all ages are welcome! Playing from 6:30-8:30pm; they'll be playing a
Had such a lovely day at our local Farmers Market Saturday! Maybe it was the temperature, the sunny day, the vibrant colors, the community spirit or all of it combined, but it was FANTASTIC! We purchased fresh green kale, sweet carrots and vibrant yellow cauliflower from Farmhouse Organics. Sauntered over to Gloh and had
The fiscal cliff package that was approved this week includes a provision that will help maintain a viable short sale market in the year 2013. The Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act was set to expire on December 31, 2012. This act provided an exemption to the normal rule that forgiven debt is taxable income.
Every month Windermere Real Estate Bainbridge Island will be doing a "Spotlight"on a particular topic. I thought I'd share the information as well because it really provides great insight into our current market versus where we've been. This month our topic Spotlight is on "Island Condominiums". As you can see 2011 sales were, for the
Listing/Pendings are staying as strong today as they have the last couple of years and even a little better. Currently, on the Island we have 224 residential listings of which 40 are under contract, or 18%. In 2010 there were 252/45 at 18%; 2009 there was 252/33 at 13%. So even though inventory is very
I had the pleasure of dining at Hitchcock in Winslow the other night for my birthday. This is a newer restaurant in our town that is "Farm to Table". Meaning, they use all local veggies, seafood and meat and try to use as much of the product as they can, not just parts. I found