Supply and Demand Clock: What Time is it?

Supply and Demand Clock

I am presenting at a Continuing Legal Education Seminar hosted by The Seminar Group today. The chair of the seminar is Blaine Weber from Weber Thompson Architects. He kicked off the seminar with one of the best charts illustrating supply and demand I’ve ever seen. It’s the featured image above, but here it is again: […]

Seattle: Whiteness, Taxes, Prices Up, Diversity Down


There are two seemingly unrelated items in yesterday’s online Seattle Times. First, FYI Guy’s post about the relative whiteness of Seattle compared to other comparable cities in the United States: Seattle’s “whitening” doesn’t buck just the national trend. It also runs counter to what’s happening in King County as a whole. Outside of Seattle, the […]

Is Seattle Down for the Count on Affordable Housing?

Recently I have begun to envision Seattle housing affordability personified as an overmatched, undersized boxer who has gotten knocked down time and time again, but through sheer grit, courage and resolve continues to get up off the mat and keep fighting. The repeated knock downs represent the series of beatings Seattle housing has taken in […]