Seattle Real Estate in October: Sales up 7.6% YoY, Inventory down 9.3% YoY

The Northwest Multiple Listing Service reported Sparse supply spurring more competition among motivated home buyers in Western Washington “People are moving here, home prices will continue to increase, inventory shortages will occur. That’s our future,” remarked Dick Beeson, principal managing broker at RE/MAX Northwest in Gig Harbor, upon viewing the October statistics from Northwest Multiple […]


Why is Boris Johnson afraid of the public?

Two articles in the Guardian grabbed my attention. One is on his visit to Scotland today: Johnson’s visit comes on the second day of the election campaign … Johnson visited the Roseisle distillery, near Elgin, in Moray, accompanied by the local Scottish Conservative candidate, Douglas Ross, who won the seat from the SNP’s former Westminster […]


The Tory campaign is already showing the inevitable consequences of sacking competence

The Tory election campaign had a bad start. Gaffe followed resignation followed gaffe. Rees-Mogg revealed his belief in his own superiority. Andrew Bridgen revealed his stupidity. Alana Cairns his lack of judgement, or worse, when it come to the seriousness of rape allegations. James Cleverly proved he was not, yet again. Conservative Central Office’s howling mistake […]