Seattle is a great place to be, but it’s not without its problems.
It’s not that Seattle is easy to get to.
The city’s real estate market is in the midst of a severe downturn, and the city’s median household income is only about $30,000.
But Seattle’s real-estate market is also home to a lot of people.
The median home price in the city is $1.3 million, and more than 90 percent of households are renters.
If you’re thinking of renting or buying in the metro area, you’re probably thinking about people in Seattle.
But the real estate industry has become a magnet for Seattle’s big money.
The real estate sector employs nearly 3,500 people in the state of Washington, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
It also has been a major source of income for Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn and his family, which includes a wife and two children.
It has attracted some of the highest-paid real-world professionals, including President Donald Trump and former Seattle Mayor Marion Barry.
McGinn, a Republican who won re-election in 2018, has sought to diversify his wealth and income.
He has announced that he is selling his stake in a major Seattle real-business company and putting his $1 billion in a trust to give to his daughter.
McGann has said he will pay $5 million to $10 million to a private foundation, and $1 million to up to $5,000 to each of his three children.
The Washington State Lottery has said it will help pay the $500,000 relocation fee.
The money would go toward paying the mortgage, utilities, and other expenses, and to pay relocation costs.
The Seattle Association of Realtors said it has paid more than $300,000 in relocation fees to the McGinn family since McGinn became mayor in 2018.
McGinns political donations, including his $200,000 donation to the state’s Democratic Party, were also a source of controversy during the election.
The association, which represents about 2,500 small-business owners and brokers, said it spent $5.7 million on lobbying in the 2018 election cycle.
It said its biggest contributor was a Seattle-based real-marketing firm called Sprawl.
It received nearly $8 million from a Seattle firm that had worked with the McGinn family for years.
“We’re a family-owned real estate firm, and this was a big part of the campaign, and we wanted to make sure that the campaign was in good standing,” said Steve Stiles, chief executive of the Seattle Association.
“This was a really big part.”
He said he’s never seen any of the funds from the McGinsons’ campaign come from Sprawl and didn’t know about the donation.
Sprawl spokesman Joe Nissen told The Associated Press that his firm donated to political campaigns in the past and said that the firm had never contributed to the political campaigns of McGinn’s family.
The Associated Statesman reported in August that McGinn gave the largest donation of $250,000 of his $500 million fortune to his 2020 reelection campaign.
The newspaper said the donation was made in January 2020, and that the money went to his campaign committee and not the McGlinsons.
The McGinn campaign also said that it spent no money on advertising for the McGinisons in the months after the election or the campaign.
“It is the case that the McGinosons and their family made the decision to not participate in any advertising for this election cycle,” said campaign spokesman Brian Coy.
“While we will continue to work with our elected officials to provide our supporters with the best and most effective campaigns possible, the McGimins have also said they do not plan to participate in political advertising.”