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News Links, February 1

Lots and lots going on this week.  There are many updates from Sound Transit on upcoming plans, including approvals pertinent to northern and southern LINK extensions.

Seattle is looking for public feedback on rules for clearing homeless camp sites.

November continued Seattle’s trend of house price growth. We’re back to per-recession prices, which hopefully means more sellers will list and we can get some relief on our tight inventory problems.

Here‘s a look at the relationship between housing prices and immigrant populations from Redfin. That’s useful information for most of King county.

And this one isn’t brand new, but I just found it and it’s on a subject near and dear to my heart: How to design the perfect home library.

The Creating Homes Seminary is tonight.  There is one seat left open for registration, so it’s going to be a full house. I’m looking forward to seeing you there!

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