The Latest Market News From NW Multiple Listing Service — October, 2017

MLS Brokers Detecting Seasonal Slowdown in Some Areas But Expect Price Hikes to Continue in Much of Washington KIRKLAND, Washington (October 5, 2017) - "October will be the best month for selection and availability until late February," proclaimed J. Lennox Scott when … [Read more...]

Lovingly Maintained, Thoughtfully Updated 1967 Stunner in Magnolia! Sold (Multiple Offers)! 3507 30th Ave W, Seattle, WA 98199

Modern updates and a cool mid-century/sixties vibe! Step inside and experience the remarkable light and spaciousness enhanced by vaulted ceilings and an open floor plan. There's so much to love here from the 3 bedrooms and 2 baths on the main floor to the updated kitchen and … [Read more...]

The Latest Market News From NW Multiple Listing Service — February, 2016

Lack of Inventory "A Game Changer" KIRKLAND, Washington (February 4, 2016) - Depleted inventory is contributing to "overwhelming" traffic at open houses, shifts in strategies for both buyers and sellers, and escalating prices, according to officials with the Northwest … [Read more...]

The Latest Market News from NW Multiple Listing Service — March, 2014

Sales Shrink as Buyers Take a Timeout due to Inventory shortages, Seahawks Playoffs Northwest Multiple Listing Service brokers reported 507 fewer pending sales during February than the same month in 2013, but members believe the 6.5 percent decline isn't due to a shortage … [Read more...]

Clean Lines. Stylish Finishes. Modern & Fun, To Boot! Sold (Multiple Offers)! 10509 Stone Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133

A hint of the unexpected is what you'll find in this modern townhouse. Fresh, innovative design and superb quality that's anything but cookie cutter! Dual masters, 9' and vaulted ceilings, kitchen with designer cabinets, caesarstone counters, custom tile backsplash, gas … [Read more...]

Seattle/King County Market Report (March, 2013)

Intense doesn't begin to describe the competition for homes in Seattle's current real estate market. Home inspectors are making a darn good living these days as more and more buyers are doing pre-inspections in order to waive their inspection contingency when making an … [Read more...]