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Market Reports & Magazines


Market Reports & Magazines

Puget Sound Real Estate Trends & Features

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Market Reports & Magazines


Market Reports & Magazines

Puget Sound Real Estate Trends & Features

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2017/2018 Market Report

Realogics Sotheby's International Realty presents the 2017/2018 Market Report: Year End Review & Trends to Watch. Another year has passed, as have many pivotal milestones for our brokerage. Read on to see insights into the 2017 housing market and first quarter 2018 trends.


Enquire Magazine

Introducing the Spring/Summer edition of Enquire Magazine, featuring a spread of my client's homes.

 


2016/2017 Market Report

The 2016/2017 Market Report | Year End & Trends gives an in-depth review of the 2016 market activity in the Puget Sound. It explores the markets in seven key counties of Western Washington State: King, Pierce, Snohomish, Kitsap, Skagit, Jefferson, and Island Counties. 


2015 Market Report

I am proud to present the Market Report: Puget Sound Real Estate Trends & 2015 Year in Review, a comprehensive look at the 2015 real estate market in an exploration of seven key counties of Western Washington: King, Snohomish, Kitsap, Pierce, Jefferson and Island counties, as well as 29 neighborhoods for our current and prospective clients. The report touches on macroeconomic trends, the primary demand drivers influencing our regional real estate market in addition to micro markets that vary greatly from neighborhood to neighborhood.

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Waterfront


The Waterfront Report

Heed the call of the water today...

 

Waterfront


The Waterfront Report

Heed the call of the water today...

 

The "Gold Coast" is the Sold Coast

a summertime comparison through the years

While living anywhere along Lake Washington would be a prized lifestyle, the most coveted shoreline remains the waterfront communities of West Bellevue, Medina, Hunts Point, Kirkland, Juanita, Beau Arts, Enatai, Newport Shores and the north end of Mercer Island. These sought after neighborhoods offer close proximity to job centers, access to preferred schools and are comprised of the most valuable real estate in the Pacific Northwest. As an aggregated set, the summer of 2015 was very consistent with 2014 with average home sales just over $4 million. The past two years however, marked a significant increase over the same period in 2013 as the market recovered and demand expanded. However, the average price per square foot fell from $960 in summer 2014 to $854 in 2015.  That’s not to say that values have dropped because they haven’t, rather fewer homes sold in the most expensive markets of West Bellevue where more listings led to increased days on market.  The north end of Mercer Island and South Bellevue saw the greatest increases in home sales year-over-year as savvy buyers explore new alternatives to the pricier West Bellevue market, which continues to set new records in average sales pricing at $5,649,804. Likewise, South Bellevue and Juanita also experienced a significant year-over-year value increase, albeit on fewer trades.