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Seattle’s ‘Up’ house is getting its own movie

Edith Macefield fought encroaching development, story now Hollywood-bound
The tale of the small Seattle-area home that rose to fame after the owner famously turned down $1 million for her home even as a shopping mall was being built around her and was once used to promote the Disney film “Up,” because of its similarities to the movie, is now headed to Hollywood itself.
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Zillow CEO lists home for sale…on Zillow

Want to buy one of Spencer Rascoff’s houses?
Just in case there was any doubt about whether Zillow Group Chief Executive Officer Spencer Rascoff believes in his product, he showed Friday just how much of a Zillow-head he really is – by listing a home for sale…on Zillow.
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Is Seattle about to do away with single-family zoning?

City reportedly working on zoning overhaul
Real estate in Seattle could be on the verge of a seismic shift, thanks to a plan that’s working its way through the city’s governmental process. According to a report from the Seattle Times, Seattle is considering a plan to do away with single-family zoning as part of a massive zoning overhaul.
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The ULTIMATE spite house hits the auction block

Seattle’s Edith Macefield famously turned down $1 million for home
The tale of Edith Macefield is apparently local legend in the Seattle area. In 2007, she famously turned down $1 million for her home, even as developers were literally building a shopping mall around it. Now her famous home is on the verge of being auctioned off.
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Who wins the Super Bowl…of real estate?

Redfin deflates Patriots' homeowners
The players on the field will decide who wins this weekend's Super Bowl, but who wins the battle off the field? Who has bragging rights no matter what happens in the game? Bostonians or Seattleites?
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Here are the hottest neighborhoods for 2015

This year it’s all about affordability
This year, buyers are finally shifting away from urban and expensive homes. Instead, it’s all about affordability, and this new list from Redfin found the best of both worlds — the most affordable and convenient neighborhoods for 2015.
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Windermere Real Estate joins RealtyTrac’s broker network

Company represents more than 40% of all real estate sales in Seattle
“The addition of Windermere Real Estate to the RealtyTrac Network furthers our mission of aligning with top brokerages in the nation to leverage RealtyTrac’s many resources and further establish them as highly credible, sought after authorities on the housing market,” said Jamie Moyle, CEO of RealtyTrac.
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