Category: How’s the Market?

Sold in Bothell

Sold in Bothell

We cannot be more excited for our first-time home buyers who just closed on this great split-level home in Bothell. The home has 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms plus a spacious yard that backs up to a public park – which is most certainly the highlight for the couple’s energetic dog! Our team took the time to explain current market ...

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How to Achieve Balance in Today’s Market

How to Achieve Balance in Today’s Market

In this new video from Matthew Gardner, Windermere’s Chief Economist, he explains why we are experiencing low inventory in markets like Seattle and how the market can re-balance itself. (Hint: It involves building more homes.) If you have any questions about the information provided here, or are thinking about selling your Seattle home, ...

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Seattle Sellers Enjoying a Significant ROI

Seattle Sellers Enjoying a Significant ROI

A new article published by GeekWire.com yesterday showcases data from Zillow suggesting that Seattle sellers who lived in their home for 9 years and and sold in 2016 enjoyed an average return of 53.1% (or $185,000) on their investment. Seattle sellers are in good company on this list, with homeowners in Oakland and Portland seeing even higher ...

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Just Sold in Seward Park

Just Sold in Seward Park

We just closed the sale of our listing in Seward Park at 8304 Seward Park Ave S for $699,000 – a 4 bedroom home that our sellers had meticulously updated throughout. The home was just over 2,100 square feet of living space with a coveted attached two-car garage, sitting a block from Pritchard Beach and a mile from Link Light Rail. Our ...

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Seattle Home Prices Continue to Climb

Seattle Home Prices Continue to Climb

If you’re a home buyer in the Seattle real estate market, you know first-hand how competitive it can be and have witnessed prices increase over the last year (or more). And as if you needed any additional proof highlighting that phenomenon,  an article at SeattlePI.com yesterday highlights the newest report from Standard & ...

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Love mid-century modern homes? You have to see this.

Love mid-century modern homes? You have to see this.

We just listed this mid-century split level home in Seattle’s Columbia City neighborhood and we just can’t get enough of the vintage details. Walking through the home feels a bit like a treasure hunt so if you happen to stop by our open house this Sunday, February 26 between 1pm and 4pm, be on the lookout for the gold horseshoe ...

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3927 S. Edmunds St – Columbia City

3927 S. Edmunds St – Columbia City

This new construction home in Seattle’s Columbia City neighborhood is unique and unsuspecting. Careful attention was given to ensure the home has an intelligent flow throughout and all of the square footage has been maximized. Our favorite room in the house is the separate rec room / bonus room, which is accessed from a breezeway ...

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2017 Economic and Housing Forecast

Windermere’s Chief Economist, Matthew Gardner, recently completed his national economic forecast which details his predictions for the 2017 economy and housing market. Check it out below: If you have any questions about the information provided here or are curious how national trends will impact us on a local level, give us a call at ...

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Metro Seattle Stats November 2016

Metro Seattle Stats November 2016

As we near the end of the year, we thought we’d take a step back to the macro level and look at market trends in Metro Seattle as a whole instead of honing in on just the Capitol Hill neighborhood. October was, once again, a seller’s market – which comes as no surprise. The number of homes available for sale last month was ...

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Capitol Hill Stats June 2016

Capitol Hill Stats June 2016

Kind of hard to believe that we are already half way through July but here we are. Seattle’s real estate market has been increasingly robust however some would argue that the frenzied pace may feel like it is slowing just a touch. We actually saw 7.1% MORE homes come on the market in June this year than we saw in June of 2015, which was ...

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