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Crib Notes: Here's what it's like to be a homebuyer today

By JOE NABBEFELD

Buying a home in an “extreme sellers' market” like ours is masochism. It's painful. It can suck.
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Border town wants to become destination

A nonprofit group that operates a booming border town in New Mexico is working to transform the area from a place where people work into one where they might live.


Agents: real estate market isn't as fun as it used to be

By JOYCE M. ROSENBERG

Commissions are higher as home prices rise, but agents have fewer houses to list because homeowners are reluctant to sell and more competition.


Old Spaghetti Factory may be getting rehab and neighbors: 60 apartments

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Old Spaghetti Factory restaurant on the Seattle waterfront could soon have a seven-story neighbor.


Crews find 1800s shipwreck in Boston

A shipwreck from the 1800s has been uncovered during construction in Boston's Seaport District.


Bertha kept on digging during outage, but lots of other projects were stopped

By JOURNAL STAFF

Yesterday's massive power outage in downtown Seattle had many people wondering if Bertha, the machine digging the replacement tunnel for the Alaskan Way Viaduct, was to blame.


State parks may get more private vendors

Washington's Fort Flagler State Park is one of two in the system that could be part of a pilot program to bring in more private business development.


Casino magnate envisions water paradise in Nevada

By SALLY HO

Steve Wynn's Paradise Park would be anchored by a 38-acre, man-made lake built using water technology from Crystal Lagoons US Corp.


Stadium deal OK'd for Texas Rangers

The Arlington City Council has approved a master agreement setting forth the public-private setup to build a retractable-roof ballpark for the Texas Rangers.


New co-working space comes to I-90 corridor

By JOURNAL STAFF

A Bellevue co-working company called extraSlice will open a new office for tech startups on June 1 in Benaroya I-90 South, an office building at 3600 136th Pl. S.E.


Salt Lake airport to quit smoking rooms

The Salt Lake City International Airport is planning to get rid of smoking rooms to join more than 600 other airports that are already smoke-free.



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