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Here Are The Ten Longest-Available King County Homes Right Now

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It's an interesting time for real estate in King County. Between population shifts, inventory growth and rises in apartment rentals, selling your home or condo isn't that easy. For some, the process drags out longer than anticipated. And for a select few, the process goes on for years. And years. Below, you'll find the ten King County properties currently available that have spent the longest amount of time on the market. Among them, a Bothell home listed since mid-2010 and a downtown Seattle condo that's been on the market since 2008.

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715 2nd Ave, Unit 1704

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This SE corner unit in Millennium Tower designed by Olson-Sundberg-Kundig-Allen has been on the market for a whopping 2,040 days (5.5 years, give or take). It's been sitting at $1.595M almost the entire time.

99 Union St, Unit 1405

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This 1-BR in the Four Seasons Hotel Residences has been up for 1,606 days. Originally posted for $1.495M, the price went up 20% before coming right back down, where it's sat since March 2010.

715 2nd Ave, Unit 2001

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This listing says this is a once in a life time opportunity to own an entire top floor penthouse in Seattle's best condominium residence. No one's taken them up on it yet, though. Available for $8M, this condo-to-be has been up since 1,405 days.

11016 NE 164th Place, Bothell

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This contemporary 4-BR in Bothell has been sitting on the market for 1,408 days. The sellers haven't budged on the $825K asking price the whole time.

26225 108th Ave SE, Kent

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Over in Kent, this 1946-built 3-BR might make a good rental property or the basis for a new home altogether. That is, if anyone pays $300K for it. It's been available for 1,328 days.

12028 72nd Ave NE, Kirkland

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Soaring ceilings & lake views abound from this signature home in One Eagle Place, a quiet multi-million dollar community at the south end of Holmes Point. End their 1,284 days of misery and buy it for $1.7M. The price has actually gone up from $1.45M since initial listing.

3425 S 176th St, Unit 238, SeaTac

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The only five-figure listing here. This 2-BR SeaTac condo has been on the market for 1,066 days. Currently asking $95K, it was once as high as $120K.

25045 SE Old Black Nugget Rd, Issaquah

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Original property home steaded since 1949 in area of gated Estate Properties at the end of CanterGrove Estates. It's been 1,053 days for this 1-BR, which is asking $519K.

17305 NE 45th St Unit 129, Redmond

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This "Boater's Paradise" on Lake Sammamish has bounced all over the place with asking price during its 1,010 days on the market. As high as $170K, it's not asking $162K.

26209 116th Ave SE, Unit B101, Kent

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In Aspen Grove, this two-story end unit features 3-BRs, 1.75 bath and has been available for 892 days. Once asking $120K, it's been pending four times and now rests at $114K.

715 2nd Ave, Unit 1704

This SE corner unit in Millennium Tower designed by Olson-Sundberg-Kundig-Allen has been on the market for a whopping 2,040 days (5.5 years, give or take). It's been sitting at $1.595M almost the entire time.

99 Union St, Unit 1405

This 1-BR in the Four Seasons Hotel Residences has been up for 1,606 days. Originally posted for $1.495M, the price went up 20% before coming right back down, where it's sat since March 2010.

715 2nd Ave, Unit 2001

This listing says this is a once in a life time opportunity to own an entire top floor penthouse in Seattle's best condominium residence. No one's taken them up on it yet, though. Available for $8M, this condo-to-be has been up since 1,405 days.

11016 NE 164th Place, Bothell

This contemporary 4-BR in Bothell has been sitting on the market for 1,408 days. The sellers haven't budged on the $825K asking price the whole time.

26225 108th Ave SE, Kent

Over in Kent, this 1946-built 3-BR might make a good rental property or the basis for a new home altogether. That is, if anyone pays $300K for it. It's been available for 1,328 days.

12028 72nd Ave NE, Kirkland

Soaring ceilings & lake views abound from this signature home in One Eagle Place, a quiet multi-million dollar community at the south end of Holmes Point. End their 1,284 days of misery and buy it for $1.7M. The price has actually gone up from $1.45M since initial listing.

3425 S 176th St, Unit 238, SeaTac

The only five-figure listing here. This 2-BR SeaTac condo has been on the market for 1,066 days. Currently asking $95K, it was once as high as $120K.

25045 SE Old Black Nugget Rd, Issaquah

Original property home steaded since 1949 in area of gated Estate Properties at the end of CanterGrove Estates. It's been 1,053 days for this 1-BR, which is asking $519K.

17305 NE 45th St Unit 129, Redmond

This "Boater's Paradise" on Lake Sammamish has bounced all over the place with asking price during its 1,010 days on the market. As high as $170K, it's not asking $162K.

26209 116th Ave SE, Unit B101, Kent

In Aspen Grove, this two-story end unit features 3-BRs, 1.75 bath and has been available for 892 days. Once asking $120K, it's been pending four times and now rests at $114K.