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Bill Aubuchon
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November 2019 Market Statistics – Seattle/Eastside/King and Sno County

Ignoring the headlines, less inventory and more buyers does not equate to higher prices in Seattle and the Eastside; is this the new normal (for now)?   November 2019 year over year market statistics: Median price, single family homes; Seattle down 3.3%, Eastside up 1.7%, North King County down 3.6%, overall King County up 2.7%, […]

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October 2019 Market Statistics – Seattle/Eastside/King and Sno County

Seattle median price for single family homes jumps 25K from September to October while condo prices fall   October 2019 year over year market statistics: Median price, single family homes; Seattle up 3.3%, Eastside up 1.1%, North King County down 1.2%, overall King County down 1.6%, overall Snohomish County up 4.6%. Median price, condos; Seattle […]

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September 2019 Market Statistics – Seattle/Eastside/King and Sno County

Fall Market Continues Move Toward Balance After Roller Coaster Ride Of 2018   September 2019 year over year market statistics: Median price, single family homes; Seattle down 3.2%, Eastside up 4.3%, North King County up 5.1%, overall King County down 1.2%, overall Snohomish County up 1.5%. Median price, condos; Seattle down 11.6%, Eastside down 6.1%, […]

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August 2019 Market Statistics – Seattle/Eastside/King and Sno County

Prices Finally Catch Up To 2018    Seattle and the Eastside saw six straight years of hyper price appreciation that led us to a peak point in June of 2018 and a following correction that lasted close to six months. Since then 2019 has seen the median price for single family homes increase almost every […]

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July 2019 Market Statistics – Seattle/Eastside/King and Sno County

Prices Drop Across The Board   Still struggling to live up to crazy 2018 numbers, greater Seattle area home prices dropped across the board in July. Time will tell if this is the seasonal fluctuation of a balanced market, or an indication of further correction?   July 2019 year over year market statistics: Median price, […]

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June 2019 Market Statistics – Seattle/Eastside/King and Sno County

Median Price for Seattle Single Family Home Levels Off From May to June   If you read the latest from the Seattle Times at the link below you will note that the new real estate writer and I do not have quite the same perspective on the local market. He sees the Seattle market “cooling” […]

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May 2019 Market Statistics – Seattle/Eastside/King and Sno County

Median price for Seattle single family home up 31K from April to May   There are two ways to look at Seattle market statistics in 2019: the media portrayal of a dipping Seattle home sale market as it compares to all-time highs reached in the first half of 2018, or acknowledging that that all-time high […]

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April 2019 Market Statistics – Seattle/Eastside/King and Sno County

Compared to the peak crazy price escalations of last spring things are still looking better for buyers.   April 2019 year over year market statistics: Median price, single family homes; Seattle down 7.9%, Eastside up 1.6%, North King County down 3.6%, overall King County down 4.8%, overall Snohomish County down 1.2%. Median price, condos; Seattle down 9.3%, […]

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March 2019 Market Statistics – Seattle/Eastside/King and Sno County

It’s Bad … but it’s Still Pretty Good! Comparing prices to a year ago, it doesn’t look so hot, but that’s more a reflection of just how crazy it got here last spring. Example: The median price for Seattle single family homes in March is down 8.2% from one year ago, but it’s actually up […]

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February 2019 Market Statistics – Seattle/Eastside/King and Sno County

Market turnaround? King County home prices take biggest one-month jump ever “King County home prices had dropped $116,000 since last spring, falling to a two-year low in January. But in February, home prices bounced back as the median sale rose by $45,000 from the month prior, according to new data released Wednesday. It was the first time in […]

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