Originally a rally against prominent Victorian-era design, the Craftsman style home was first popularized in the late 1800’s. Up until World War I, when the Craftsman movement slowed, Gustav Stickley was at the forefront of the style creating hand-crafted artistic bungalows for the working class. After World War II, world-renowned designer Frank Lloyd Wright evolved Stickley’s original designs into the popular ranch-style homes that dot nearly every neighborhood across the United States.
The Popular Print and Digital Platform Will Distribute Media from The FutureCast Forum; Property Listings
Representatives of Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR) and Tiger Oak Media, publisher of Seattle Magazine announced today a new real estate portal to host content in print and online with SeattleMag.com. The exclusive platform will distribute news media from The FutureCast Forum – a collaborative of third-party opinion leaders that explore current and projected market fundamentals influencing the Seattle/Bellevue metro area by 2020 and beyond. It’s founding members and guest columnists will provide timely insights on the state of the economy, commercial and residential development, evolving demographics, wealth management considerations, government policy, lifestyle trends and international influences that are shaping the regional landscape. RSIR will also feature relevant property listings on the new media channel.
Owned by the same family for 62 years, this is the first time on the market! This property is facing west into spectacular sunsets and views of the Puget Sound, Olympic Mountains, Vashon and Blake Island. The home includes 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,920 square feet of living space, 58 feet of waterfront, beach ownership, tideland and buoy/moorage rights; property lines extend into the tidal lands.
Next week, thousands of affiliates from the Sotheby’s International Realty® network will ascend upon Las Vegas for the brand’s annual Global Networking Event (GNE) from September 25th to 27th at the Wynn Las Vegas. Brokers, owners, managers and sales associates will come together at the event for extensive networking and learning opportunities with keynote speeches, breakout panels and cocktail receptions. RSIR is thrilled to share that three members of the firm were invited to speak at the GNE. Dean Jones, Owner and Principal of RSIR will lend his expertise to an Asia Global Alliance panel and a New Development panel, and RSIR brokers Sam Cunningham and Phil Greely will cover Metro Markets and Millennial Trends in Emerging Opportunities, respectively.
Also known as the “Friendly Isle,” Molokai is known for having a slow pace, rural style, and rich Hawaiian culture. As recently covered in The Wall Street Journal, Molokai was formed by three separate volcanoes, as evidenced by the island’s environmental diversity compressed within its small land area. Lands that eventually became part of Molokai Ranch were assigned as part of the Great Mahele, Hawaii’s land division of 1848.