We are a full service residential resale and property management company in Washington state.
Allegro Realty Group, Inc. is a full service real estate company providing exceptional residential resale and property management services.
We specialize in all levels of residential property management, from single family homes to large multi-family properties. Our top priority is to offer a consistently high level of customer service in order to build long lasting relationships with our clientele. We represent our clients with a high degree of professionalism and knowledge and achieve this through active communication to all parties as well as efficient follow-through.
Our agents are carefully selected and have acquired extensive training and experience in their areas of expertise – which allows us to give each property and owner the personalized attention that he/she deserves.
If you decide to sell your property, our comprehensive market analysis can help you determine the best strategy for pricing in the current market. Our agents offer consultation and education, rather than a fast sales pitch. We will assist you in becoming educated about your options and our goal is to work as a team so that your real estate goals can be achieved.
For those of you who don't have to work tomorrow, it's supposed to be a balmy 64 degrees and sunny! Here are some awesome places to go with or without kids!
seattle.curbed.com From beaches that will make you feel like you’re in California to top-notch theater productions geared towards the younger set, the Emerald City is full of things to do as a family.
Lookout for the Supermoon again tonight!!
seattle.curbed.com Find a great spot to snag your supermoon photo tonight
Seattle has outpaced Miami to become the ninth-most expensive rental market in the nation!
seattle.curbed.com Seattle surges past Miami on the list
Rain, Rain, Go Away
Stay safe this weekend!
king5.com Here are some tips from the Kent Fire Department on how to prepare and keep your family safe.
Here are some helpful tips to prepare for this weekend's wet & windy weather!
seattle.curbed.com There’s a good chance you might lose power around Seattle this weekend so have your plan ready
What would October be without pumpkins? Here are the best pumpkin patches around Seattle.
seattle.curbed.com Haven't picked your Halloween pumpkin yet? You should get on that. Only a few more weekends left before the big day and you don't want to be "that home." Herewith, then, is Curbed Seattle's updated map of where you can pick your own pumpkin.
Rents in Seattle are up 9.7% from last year, leading Seattle rents to be the fastest-growing in the nation!
seattle.curbed.com Mike Rosenberg at The Seattle Times shared a troubling and yet not surprising statistic on Friday. Seattle rents are officially rising faster than any other major city in the U.S.
What a wonderful Monday!! One of our owners surprised Clara & Emilee for their hard work and efforts, and to let Allegro know how much they appreciate all that we do. Thank you very much!! 😀
A helpful tip from our Maintenance Department:
10 Things You Should Never Put Down Your Garbage Disposal
1. Grease or oil. Just because it is out of sight does not mean the garbage disposal “disposed” of it. Usually, it solidifies and begins to build up in your pipes. Not good.
2. Vegetable peels. You might get away with it from time to time, but odds are, eventually this one will catch up with you–and leave you a soupy backfilled mess in your sink. Garbage disposals do not do too many peels–they’ll spit them up like an unhappy infant.
3. Egg shells. Believe or not, the membrane on the inside of the egg can wrap around the blades and wreak havoc. Better just to compost them.
4. Coffee Grounds. These actually seem like they go down fine, but over time, the little grounds build up like sediment in the pipes, causing all sorts of trouble.
5. Pits or seeds. Think: peach pits, avocado pits, cherries, etc. I am sure this one goes without mentioning, but it will basically rattle around in there like a pinball of destruction.
6. Bones. I know, again, duh.
7. Anything in bulk. Feed your disposal small meals, let it grind it up, then add more.
8. Garbage. Think: cigarette butts or paper. It is not really designed for those sort of things and will get testy.
9. Rice and pasta. I did not know this. Basically, every time you turn the water on, the pasta and rice will continue to expand–even after your supposedly ground it up.
10. Stringy veggies. Think: celery, corn husks, or even some types of lettuce. The stringy parts can wrap around the blades, causing resistance on the blades.
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