Category: How’s the Market?

Broadmoor / Madison Park / WA Park

Home Sales January to March 2015 Keeping up on real estate trends in your neighborhood can be extremely useful, especially if you are thinking about selling or refinancing. Below you’ll find an overview of all single family homes that sold between January 1 and March 31, 2015 in Broadmoor, Madison Park, and Washington Park. If you are ...

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Market Update: Area 390 – Feb. 2015

It is officially Spring which means  that we are quickly approaching the busy buying and selling season in real estate – though on some days, it feels like we haven’t had a ‘slow’ selling season in quite some time. Last month we looked at stats over a 2 year period for our regular neighborhood updates so this month we ...

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Seattle is Attracting Engineers

Last week Best Buy announced that they will be creating an engineering hub in South Lake Union, making them the 5th company to announce similar moves in recent days. The first segment of this podcast makes some interesting points about how this urban development is going to impact Seattle as a whole and what it could mean for real estate ...

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Seattle Real Estate Update – Jan 2015

Seattle real estate trends are extremely neighborhood-centric and can vary drastically from one pocket of the city to another. Here, we’ve broken down the stats from January 2015 for a handful of neighborhoods in which we work. If you don’t see information for your neighborhood of interest, please register for Market Snapshot or let us ...

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Market Update: Capitol Hill – Jan 2015

It is kind of hard to believe that we are already 2 weeks into February! Where did January go? I thought we’d take a slightly broader look at real estate trends on Capitol Hill this month and a look at activity over the course of the past two years instead of the typical 12 month recap. A couple of things stand out as you look at the ...

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Broadmoor / Madison Park / WA Park

Home Sales October to December, 2014 Keeping up on real estate trends in your neighborhood can be extremely useful, especially if you are thinking about selling or refinancing. Below you’ll find an overview of all single family homes that sold between October 1, 2014 and December 31, 2014 in Broadmoor, Madison Park, and Washington Park. ...

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Capitol Hill/Arboretum Sales

Home Sales November to December, 2014 Keeping up on real estate trends in your neighborhood can be extremely useful, especially if you you thinking about selling or refinancing. Below you’ll find an overview of all single family and townhomes that sold between November 1, 2014 and December 31, 2014 in Capitol Hill and Arboretum. If you ...

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Seattle Real Estate Update – Dec. 2014

Seattle real estate trends are extremely neighborhood-centric and can vary drastically from one pocket of the city to another. Here, we’ve broken down the stats from December 2014 for a handful of neighborhoods in which we work. If you don’t see information for your neighborhood of interest, please register for Market Snapshot or let us ...

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Market Update: Capitol Hill – Dec. 2014

Market Update: Capitol Hill – Dec. 2014

Inventory on Capitol Hill remained low in December with the total number of homes available for sale increasing by just 1 property month over month. This slight “slow down” (if you can really call it that) is typical considering most sellers don’t want to pile on the stress of selling their house during the holiday season. ...

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2014 Seattle Real Estate Review

2014 definitely played favorites to the sellers of Seattle. The average Seattle homeowner saw an increase of 6.1% [1] in their home’s value, with some neighborhoods experiencing double digit price increases. This increase was due to a combination of factors including extremely low inventory, historically low interest rates, rising rents, and ...

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