Category: Washington Park

Central Seattle Real Estate Stats

In case you haven’t seen it, we just listed a pretty cool mid-century modern house in Seward Park as well as a killer new construction home in Beacon Hill so we figured we’d take a wide angle look at the Central Seattle real estate market. Below you’ll see graphs pertaining to NWMLS Areas 380, 385, and 390 which includes neighborhoods ...

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MARKET UPDATE: CAPITOL HILL – AUGUST 2015

If you haven’t believed the chatter about Seattle real estate heavily favoring sellers, check out this statistic: This is incredible! We saw 20% less inventory come on the market this August than we did last year but buyer demand drove almost 20% more sales – which means homes that are priced appropriately are selling, and selling ...

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MARKET UPDATE: CAPITOL HILL – July 2015

Time is once again proving to be on the side of sellers. Real estate in the Central Seattle area, which includes neighborhoods like Capitol Hill, Montlake, Madison Park, Eastlake and Beacon Hill, continues to be hot – with the number of homes for sale in July down an impressive 33.8% over the same month in 2014 but the number of homes ...

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MARKET UPDATE: CAPITOL HILL – MAY 2015

It’s time to take another dive into Capitol Hill area real estate trends! The sales data is in for NWMLS Area 390 (which includes Capitol Hill area neighborhoods like Madison Park, Madrona, Broadmoor, Montlake, Eastlake and Beacon Hill) for May 2015 and we continue to see some pretty impressive statistics. Compared to May 2014, May 2015 saw ...

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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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Tour Notes 2/19/2015

The Wilcynski Partners team previewed homes today that are currently listed for sale in the Capitol Hill, Madrona, and Madison Park neighborhoods – you can see the homes we toured below. It’s a great exercise (both professionally and sometimes physically, especially when you have to climb 1,500* stairs to get to the front door of ...

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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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Why You Should Sell Before Spring

We’re quickly approaching the Spring home buying season and we can expect to see a flood of homes hit the market in March and April – with inventory levels continuing to climb well into the summer months. This article on Keeping Matters Current lays out 5 compelling reasons why listing your home within the next few weeks makes ...

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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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