housing

I was chatting with a close friend a few days ago about the housing market. Big surprise right? We know what the median household income is in Seattle ($66,000), and we also know the median sales price of a home in Seattle right now is $380,000. What we don’t know is how the crap people can […]

Video tour of the house

January 14, 2013 · 27 comments

As promised here is the video walk-through of our potential Ninja abode. Like an idiot, I shot the video vertically which makes it a little squished. Next time I’ll be sure to film in landscape mode. Go ahead and watch the video below, then scroll down for my comments… So will we be putting in […]

Today at 4:30 Girl Ninja and I will be going on our second walk-through of that really freaking cute house that I blogged about on Friday. I’m planning on taking some video and will give y’all a full tour later this week since many of you seemed to be interested in the property. Our plan […]

A second look.

January 9, 2013 · 62 comments

On Monday I gave ya a tour of three homes we walked through last weekend. Some were better than others, but none of the Seattle homes we looked at tickled our fancy. I have a confession to make though, there was one home that did… I just didn’t want to tell you about it. How […]

On Saturday morning Girl Ninja and I spent a couple of hours gallivanting around northern Seattle with our Realtor. We weren’t shopping for houses, as much as we were being educated on Seattle real estate. It was time for us to learn what $400,000 buys in Seattle. We walked through 5 homes that day. I’d like to […]

Last night I called an old mentor of mine who currently works as a branch manager at a local bank. Girl Ninja and I wanted to get pre-approved for a mortgage for two reasons; a) to make sure we actually qualified for a loan, and b) to have a pre-approval notice on hand for when […]

Twenty

December 18, 2012 · 33 comments

Girl Ninja and I have been saving hard. Had we not bought a car, and had I not started MANteresting, we would be reaching our $100,000 savings goal  right… about………… now. But since we dropped a little extra coin this year, we are about six months behind schedule. As you also know, I’m thinking interest […]