Guides

    • Seattle

      Known as the “Emerald City”, Seattle consists of some of the most breathtaking views in the Northwest. Seattle is especially known for its “urban village” feel because of the fact that it…

    • Bellevue

      A short trip over from Seattle, Bellevue is the main hub of the Eastside.  It consists of a beautiful mix of old and modern, seen in the many parks  and…

    • Kirkland

      Known for its expansive waterfront views of Seattle and the rest of Lake Washington, Kirkland is the quieter side of the Eastside. Despite the fact that there are many large…

    • Mercer Island

      Equidistant from Seattle and the Eastside, this luxurious community is nestled upon an island overlooking Western Washington. This area is known for its slower pace of life, charming town and…

    • Newcastle

      Newcastle is a stunning, newly incorporated suburb of Bellevue that sets itself apart from the metropolitan area because of its seclusion nestled in the hills of Bellevue. Newcastle has its…

    • Sammamish

      Sammamish is conveniently located on the eastern side of the lake it is named after, Lake Sammamish. It is recognized for its perfect location on the plateau with easy access…

    • Issaquah

      Once known for its mining and farming, Issaquah is now known for its growing community and convenience of location near the Seattle and Eastside areas. Because of its recent growth,…

    • Snoqulamie

      Located in the mountains next to the falls featured in Twin Peaks, Snoqualmie is one of the most gorgeous areas in Western Washington with picturesque views of the pass and…

    • Mill Creek

      Mill Creek is a constantly growing area that is appealing to those looking to move a family to the suburbs. Mill Creek is considered the youngest city in Snohomish County…

    • Bothell

      Bothell is an ideal location for those that commute to work because of its location just west of I-405. The city originally was known as a farming and logging community,…