Becoming a Real Estate Professional Part One – First, Get Educated, Licensed, and Choose a Brokerage

Photo by Allison Trimble

Real estate values in the Northwest have appreciated in recent years, and with that comes an increase in desire for folks to get their real estate license. Whether friends, clients, or acquaintances, this is a conversation I often have, so I thought that many of you might also be considering …

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Arena Footing Considerations – Advice from an Arena Contractor

An arena built and maintained by Murray Gudmundson Jr Construction Inc. Photo by Jackie Gudmundson

When I moved to Washington in 2000, we were fortunate to buy a property that already had a barn and an all-weather 100 x 200-foot outdoor arena. I prefer riding outside, but at our new property, I made the decision to build a covered arena in the future. For now, …

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Hard Times Bring Gratitude

The pandemic has been weighing heavy on our equestrian community. Knowing that this article won’t go to print for three weeks has left me with the writer’s block of my life. The impact on our communities, our economy, and our daily life has been significant. I hope that by the …

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