Here Are the Top 10 Cities for Drinking Cider

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Hard cider is quickly becoming the most popular drink in many cities across the U.S. – and it’s easy to see why. With a rich history dating back to the British colonists, who drank cider more than ale, and a huge variety of customized brews available, it’s a crisp, refreshing drink that’s enhanced by the addition of other fruits (like … Read More

Redfin’s Scholarship Winner Predicts Which Industry Will Be Distrupted Next

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The Redfin Scholarship is a way for Redfin to help students on their journey through higher education. The scholarship application period occurs twice yearly with awards given to a student in both the spring and fall. Here is the student essay that won the 2018 spring scholarship. Congrats Neha Nagabothu! Essay Prompt: Technology and big data are disrupting nearly every facet of … Read More

SB-827: a Win for Affordability or Just a California Dream?

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If you’ve ever lived in one of California’s major cities without a car, you may have noticed that life on local public transportation isn’t all that convenient. Add in the competition and added expense of finding housing along an already limited transit system, and you’ve got a pretty good argument for moving to the suburbs. However, Californians seeking an urban … Read More

The Most Popular Fitness Trends in All 50 States 

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Americans are pretty passionate about staying fit, but trends take their time working their way across the country. Whether we’re sweating through a one-hour Orangetheory workout, learning Israeli hand-to-hand combat by way of Krav Maga or pedaling away hundreds of calories at SoulCycle, Americans in different states tackle fitness in some really creative – and sometimes off-the-wall (literally) – ways. … Read More

Redfin’s Scholarship Winner Examines Community in Tucson, Arizona

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The Redfin Scholarship is a way for Redfin to help students on their journey through higher education. The scholarship application period occurs twice yearly with awards given to a student in both the spring and fall. Here is the student essay that won the 2017 fall scholarship. Congrats Emma Derstine! Essay Prompt: The place (or places) where we were raised often … Read More

A Newcomer’s Guide to Coffee in Seattle

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It wasn’t long after I stepped off the plane, unpacked my bags and settled into what would become my new home for the summer that I confidently declared, “I need a cup of coffee.” Fortunately for me, I was settling into what some had referenced as the coffee capital of the country: Seattle, Washington. Always a fan of the craft, … Read More

What’s Next for Lakewood Housing?

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At the beginning of 2016, Cleveland State University published a study titled “The Fifth Migration: A Study of Cleveland Millennials” that dissected the very real trend of millennials moving to downtown and surrounding Cleveland neighborhoods, as well as how to implement policies to sustain this growth in our urban core. It’s really well done, an insightful read for any Clevelander, … Read More

New Inventory Hits Seattle Area as The Peaks at Tehaleh Pre-Sales Begin

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The top-selling new home community of Tehaleh welcomes 31 new homes by Azure Northwest Homes available for sale and nestled on 4,000 acres of elevated forest land, with mountain views and 7.5 miles of forested trails. Located in Bonney Lake, Washington, an hour outside of Seattle, The Peaks offer homeowners easy commuter access, an onsite elementary school and plenty of … Read More

5 Cities With the Highest Percentage of Women Making $100K+ a Year

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The topic of the gender pay gap in the U.S. isn’t going away anytime soon. It’s a conversation happening at the dinner table and on the presidential campaign trail . Wage inequality doesn’t seem to be discriminating by profession either. An article by Fast Company says that there is no industry where women earn equal to or more than men … Read More