Seattle home prices
Saving for a home can be a daunting—and out of reach
It doesn’t exist—but if it did, how many millions would Frasier’s place command?
That doesn’t mean home costs are going down—but it does accompany a price slowdown
Heading into typically a busier season for home-buying, inventory is dropping more dramatically than before
Meanwhile, homeowning households are on the decline
There are 20 percent fewer homes on the market than this time last year, says Zillow
Signs of relief for Seattle renters
As inventory is going down, prices are going up
San Juan cabins don’t come cheap
Neighborhoods across Seattle and the Eastside have been seeing fierce competition
On making a conscious decision to sign a lease as a couple on an apartment with no bedroom door.
Which neighborhoods have the least expensive homes—and the most?
The startup could put home buying in reach for some
In the metro, home values are 19 percent above their 2007 high, according to a Zillow report.
Moon’s campaign says no, they don’t want to create a "government database based on national origin."
Those are ZIP codes with 10 percent or more homes valued at $1 million or more.
A Redfin report says Tacoma isn’t far behind Seattle in demand—or cost growth.
A studio in Capitol Hill or a two-bedroom in Bitter Lake?
"Using per-square-foot prices enables readers to understand how prices change across neighborhoods more easily."
As Seattle residents are scrambling for more affordable housing options, more affordable condos could be at the forefront of Downtown condo demand.
Of course there’s bidding wars when there aren’t many homes out there to begin with
Housing prices aren’t the only ones going up around here
Anecdotes are being followed by data
It’s been a long time coming
An 18.2 percent drop in active listings spells doom for any buyers hoping to ride a trend of slowing price increases
Portland home prices are currently up 11.7 percent from a year ago but Seattle is right behind at 11.4 percent
Half of all Seattle-area homes were pending sale within 10 days
King County’s August average sale price was $601,995 while the median sale price came in at $499,974
That seems like a lot
The housing market just keeps climbing but buyers seem to have gotten the hint