Kerri shares Tacoma with the rest of us, and as the Executive Director of Washington Trafficking Prevention she’s helping to lead a statewide effort to fight and end human trafficking. Learn how you can recognize trafficking and how you can act to stop it! Also get a sneak peak about what she likes best about Tacoma…
Not as in “Oh no! What’s happening?” but as in “What’s going on around town?” This is our roundup of 15 super-duper-sweet happenings around Tacoma this June. You’re going to want to read this!
Looking for a bright, open, single-level home in the North End of Tacoma? This sweet rambler with its updated kitchen and bathroom and beautiful oak floors is ready for you! Close to 6th Ave and the Proctor District for groceries, coffee, shopping, and dining.
Searching for a home in the heart of Tacoma’s North End? The walkable Proctor District is top notch for small town living within the city. I’ll be here to help you meet the neighborhood and tour this home, listed by Anne Jones. See you this Saturday, May 19th!
It’s gonna be Wednesday all over Tacoma! From $1 tacos in the Dome District, to bowling lanes in the north and west, to cheap wells in the east, and blues on the waterfront, follow your inner compass, or our guide toward 15 Wednesday only destinations.
It’s the Lincoln High School Plant Sale this Wednesday, May 2 - Sunday May, 6. Last week we visited Abe’s Golden Acres to interview Mr. Iverson and some of the LHS students working, learning, and growing at the farm. We were impressed and charmed. You will be too.
If you’re searching for a beautifully updated home in the center of Tacoma, come see me and meet this listing by Jenny Wetzel this Saturday, April 28th.
It’s what? It’s Tacoma Wayzgoose weekend (we’ll explain). AND 2 more events you don’t want to miss (if you like dogs, plants, sweet people, or community togetherness).
Thursday-Sunday it's all the arts in Tacoma! Literary readings, local makers, installations, performance, musicians, and you. It's here for you! Maker, Vintage & Fair Trade Pop Up Market, Creative Colloquy Readings, and Homecoming at Alma Mater.
Tall ceilings, bay windows, fir floors, and an open staircase preserve the historical charm of this Hilltop home. Come see for yourself this Sunday, April 15th.
On the hunt for a home with hardwood floors, a big backyard, finished daylight basement, and a sweet location on a friendly street? Come visit this Saturday, April 14th!
If you're into hand-me-downs, one-of-a-kind thrift store finds, saving money, and participating in a force for good in our community, then read on and make a visit to a Habitat for Humanity Store.
This week we're here to give a shout out to the other waterfront, the home of Titlow Beach, Day Island, the iconic Narrows Bridges, and the Tacoma sunset.
Meet this friendly market tucked on a North End block ready to serve up local Tacoma favorites alongside your basic corner store stock. Oh, and bring your growler!
Support local artists, makers, and bakers at the Fieldhouse Flea Market. Cheer for Tacoma's own soccer team. Visit the city's newest cafe. Celebrate St. Paddy with a music festival. This weekend is going to be so good!
Do you dream of custom Craftsmans with original oak and fir floors, of built-ins, fireplaces, and cozy corners set high above the street with a bungalow porch to welcome you inside? Then you'd better come see me here this Saturday, March 10th!
6 Tacoma places to take a deep breath, rest, slow down, read, write, stretch, and be quiet.
The weekend we've all been waiting for! If not, luck you, the wait is shorter. Get ready to support local filmmakers, see independent films, eat popcorn, and party at the Destiny City Film Festival, 2/23-2/25!
Our favorite day trip out of Tacoma is to this town of brick and bluff, sand and trail. Come along and see!
We've been getting homey in Old Town. It's so much more than just the place I go to work everyday!
Come see me this Saturday, February 3rd at this beautiful Stadium District listing from Ryan Knicely and Anne Jones.
Tacoma's best events come BEFORE Valentine's Day. Celebrate your community, local artists, and the ones you love!
Don't just pack up, slap your beloved home on the market and see what happens. Follow these 5 steps, along with special tips, and our personal listing story to find your home a match made in heaven.
Delve into Tacoma's Antique Row, a place where treasure is sought, surprises are found, where rare gems of days gone by will catch your eye and strike your fancy.
The Tacoma community is celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. this week. Get in and confront the challenge and inspiration his leadership offers.
Tacoma, Tuesdays, Trivia, Tacos, Talent, Ten - nope - Eleven things to do on Tuesdays in Tacoma.
Wander the city at First Night, settle in for some drinks at your favorite bottle shop, or stay cozy at home - ideas for ringing in the New Year Tacoma-style.
Take a look at this bright spot in Proctor featuring Fiestaware, items for moms and babies, and stocked with goods from local makers. Plus 12 other shops you might enjoy.
Come see me at my new listing this Sunday, December 10th from 10 am-12 pm. This studio condo is located right in the heart of the Stadium District!
From pop-up shops by local artists, to festive markets benefiting community causes, and a full-on downtown Holiday Haul Crawl, this week in Tacoma will be at least as merry as the last.
Open, single-level living in this bright rambler with a big backyard. Updated kitchen, beautiful oak floors, renovated bathroom, fresh exterior paint, and lots of retro charm. Located between 6th Ave and Proctor!
Tall ceilings, bay windows, fir floors, and an open staircase preserve the historical charm of this Hilltop home. You’ll love the space and light in the living and dining rooms, the landscaped yard, and the easy access to transit and Tacoma's downtown.
This bright University Place home presents simple mid-century character with thoughtful updates and a fully finished daylight basement all in a friendly neighborhood close to parks, shopping, and the Puget Sound.
If hardwood floors, wide front porches, natural light, and custom built-ins call your name, you'll want to come see this Tacoma Craftsman home set up high above the street.
In a historic building in the heart of Stadium, this condo is a complete "tiny house" within walking distance of Wright Park, and all the restaurants, groceries, coffee, and shops the Stadium District has to offer.
On a quiet street ending in a cul-de-sac, this 4 bedroom home built in 2011 and refreshed with all new carpet and interior paint is ready and waiting.
This fresh, updated 1970s rambler features a detached workshop with space to set up tools and dig into your hobbies. Attached to the home, a garage has been converted into a bonus room and additional workshop space; there are a lot of possibilities for people who spend time building, creating, and fixing.
Unique artist's retreat in the center of Tacoma! Bamboo privacy with room for gardens and entertaining. Versatile garage w/loft is perfect for a project studio.
Open, lovingly maintained modern rambler. Groomed yard, vaulted ceiling living room, hardwood floor kitchen, and a master suite with 5-piece bathroom lit by huge windows curving over tiled-in jetted tub. North Shore Golf Course, beach parks, trails, and Federal Way Commons close by!
Nestled on one of the great tree-lined streets of South Tacoma this sweet 3 bedroom house has beautiful updated windows and warm oak and fir floors.
Lovingly restored South End home features refinished fir floors throughout, on a triple lot with garage, storage shed, and a beautiful variety of trees and shrubs.
Easy, comfortable living at the end of a quiet cul de sac. This home has been lovingly cared for by its owners. Vaulted ceilings, stainless steel appliances, French doors to the deck, and a fully fenced backyard.