UC Berkeley dove deeper into the situation by scouring 11 million listings on Craigslist. Not a surprise, Seattle was one of the most expensive, or alternatively, provided the least square footage for the money.
ST3 is headed to the ballot this November and Estately wanted to see how home prices vary depending on which Link light rail stop a home is near. What they found is perhaps what you'd expect, that light rail stations raise the real estate around it.
When the plans for ST3 were unveiled, there were some very clear winners and losers in terms of who was getting service and by when. Some folks were unhappy with the lack of a dedicated line to their neighborhood and they've got ideas about it.
As the weekend approaches, let's take a look around the Seattle real estate listings to find some examples of the strange, the weird and just the plain terrible. Themed bedrooms, ball pits and basement teepees highlight this week.