You know the store…every time you pass by the glass garage door facade on Lake Street you can’t help but to smell the leather and cedar.
The name, Asher, is partly derived from the Hebrew meaning for good or blessing.
The store exudes the warmth of a cabin and provokes a sturdy approach to mens fashion.
Walking inside you may get half of a nod from the stores “mascot” Dino. He lays under the table most days hardly doing his fair share of the chores around Asher Goods.
Store Owners Jerry and Matt have put together a thoughtful collection of clothing and accessories to help keep the men of Kirkland looking rugged yet polished. Which – isn’t that the perfect Pacific Northwest blend?
Asher Goods opened here this summer after 2 years in Ballard and hit the Downtown Kirkland scene with a much needed manly inspired splash!
Q and A:
Kirkland Peach: What’s your favorite part of owning a story in Downtown Kirkland?
Jerry: The loyalty is fierce! Kirkland loves to support it’s own!
Kirkland Peach: What is your favorite product in the store?
Jerry: It’s hard to pick one! But typically anything made my Filsen.
Kirkland Peach: What is your favorite place to shop in Kirkland?
Jerry: When I’m not holding down the fort at Asher Goods you may find me at The Epicurean Edge.
If you haven’t yet, check them out and give Dino a little pat!!
Every time I meet a new Buyer or Seller, whether or not they were referred ( & I hope they were) to me by a former client, I have slight anxiety.
Obviously, there are some basic things you *NEED* to let me know in order for me to be best equipped to help you buy or sell a home:
- location preference
- price range
- bed/bath count
- big yard/small yard
- how fast do you need to move?
You know…the usual. But there are also a few questions that I really want to know but probably won’t ask:
…at least not right of way
1) What other Realtor ( Sorority sister, Auntie, Parents Realtor, half Uncle, old college buddy) have you also interviewed that you haven’t mentioned yet?
2) What are you actually qualified for? This said pre-approval that you mentioned on the phone, was that completed on line on a whim years ago?
3) Are we actually hitting it off like…super awesome…or is that just in my head?
Believe me…you are not the only one who feels a little hesitant! So let’s have some coffee and talk for real!
The sooner we get to know eachother the better job I can do for you!
I’m Georgia. My friends call me Peach. I live in Kirkland where I’ve been advising Buyers and Sellers in Real Estate for over 10 years!
One of 25 outside sculpture pieces throughout the downtown core. I love how the city of Kirkland encourages creativity and fosters community through art!
Neighborhood / Average Days on Market /Average Price*
Bridal trails= 10 days/ $678,000
East of Market= 23 days (some in 4 or less) / $1,098,000
West of market= 49 days / $1,453,000
Downtown Condos= 17 days (down from 31)/ $632,000
Juanita= 6 days/ $467,000
Houghton = 16 days / $817,000
Highlands= 9 days (2 sold in 1 day)/ $726,000
Kirkland= 20 days/ $728,500
Rose Hill = 33 days / $724,500
North Rose Hill= 20 days / $395,000
Nothing in Totem Lake in 60 days ____ ____ Only 2 condos
- Homes in East of Market sell about 20 days faster than Homes West of Market. But also cost aprox. $400,000 less.
- North Rose Hill is the least expensive neighborhood in Kirkland ( not including Kingsgate)
- Juanita is out selling East of Market, West of Market, Bridal Trails, Downtown & Houghton. Just 6 days on market & each OVER list price.
- 17 days>> the current average for “Days on Market” for Downtown Kirkland from 31 days
- Kirkland Condos are more financially accessible than they have been since 2005.
- Highlands, Kirkland and Rose Hill (specifically Kirkland address, not including Redmond homes) are all in the same price bracket.
- Bridal Trails is selling over list price more than any other neighborhood.
*The last 60 days on the market
Desirable East of Market location, privacy, views, and fully remodeled interior are just a few features that make this house an instant home! 3,770 SF of luxury; 4 bedrooms, home theater, chef’s kitchen, Viking range, granite counters, hardwood flooring, walk-in closets, French doors, and lovely fully-fenced backyard with play structure. Palatial master bathroom with endless light, you’ll never want to leave. Detached garage with custom cabinetry and extensive storage. Truly a must-see!
There are two things I just absolutely love….selling homes and Kirkland properties. When they come together it’s just magic! This home is a stunner. Proud to be co-listing with Matt Van Winkle representing Remax On the Lake.
Ask me about your home value. Experience and knowledge count.
I’m Georgia. My friends call me Peach. And I live in Kirkland where I represent Buyers and Sellers for the last 10 years in Real Estate. email@example.com
Mom and I and our matching fluffy hair! This card and our logo was our first stab at team marketing.
It cracks me up when I think about the first time I met buyers and we drove to about 5 houses. I was NOT convinced that this was the job for me. And now here we are as a team 10 years later!
I’m so lucky my mom taught me everything she knows about this crazy exciting business of Real Estate.
New jobs, new babies, new locations, new life chapters…it’s an amazing career to work with buyers and sellers in the middle of big decisions. Feeling Blessed to have a mother daughter team in a career I love.
New listing in Lake Sammamish coming soon!!
The Northwest Multiple Listing Service has released new stats.
18% change in listings on the market over last month.
What does that mean? It means there is a finally a little bit more on the market. Buyers are just starting to feel that shift of more homes to choose from and less pressure.
In general, 4-5 months of housing supply is considered average, or an indication of a balanced market. If the supply drops below 6 months, some consider it to be a sellers market with prices expected to rise. When supply is greater than 6 months, prices are more likely to fall.
Current housing supply is hedging up to meet the demand.
Whoa. Ya, it’s been a while since I’ve heard the word “balanced” in relation to the housing market.
Sellers: Set listed. Get on the market. * Les go! * Don’t wait.
Buyers: Get serious about looking. You may not see it right away but you need to at least be ready when you find it. You won’t have to give away your 1st born to buy a home. I can help you with SMART strategy.
Current home owners: Check your interest rate and ask me about your current home value. With enough equity in your home (finally) now is a good time to refinance and get that PMI dropped off your monthly payment.
Renters: Really!? Do I even need to say it? As soon as the market gets balanced out rates WILL go up. A 1% change could price you out of the market entirely. You could go from pre-approved to not-a-chance. Don’t waste time. There is not a housing bubble. Get on the home ownership bandwagon.
I’m Georgia. My friends call me Peach. I live in Kirkland where I have been helping Buyers and Sellers with smart strategy for 10 years. Experience Counts.