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Yellow is the Color of Happiness

By Living Room Realty, January 3, 2019

A few months back a darling newly wed couple came to me with a dream of buying a home in St Johns.

We looked at many many homes and had a blast doing it.

We got into contract on one home that was a disaster, and then another home that had an arguably mentally unstable seller.

We all started to feel a little blue.

Then, the house with the yellow door! Did you know yellow is the color of happiness?

10258 N Allegheny fell into place so smoothly with so much ease, it almost felt unreal to all. It felt like the wheels were so well greased that my clients could just slide on in. It’s such a special treat when this happens. I feel so happy to know my clients found the perfect little cozy cottage to call their own in the dream neighborhood of St Johns. I feel so grateful to have been able to serve as their REALTOR® and guide them along, right where they were meant to be.

Yellow is the color of happiness, and also, the color of the front door at this beautiful home. It all feels very well aligned, and also, HAPPY!

Congratulations!!!

Living Room Realty

Living Room Realty is a full-service real estate brokerage with four offices in Portland, one at the coast in Manzanita, and one in Vancouver, WA. At Living Room Realty, we listen and ask the right questions. We’re committed to being your most effective advisor and advocate. Our goal is your success.
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