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Christmas Tree Farms & Winter Activities

By Aurora Pedrola | Dec 3, 2018

Snohomish County: ♦  Bowen Tree Farm 19301 95th Ave NE, Arlington You-cut trees, wreaths, decorations, free hot cider, gift shop, porta-potties ♦  Farmer Brown’s Tree Farm 12017 109th Ave NE, Arlington You-cut trees, saws provided, hot beverages, flocking, gift shop, restrooms ♦  Hemstrom Valley Tree Farm 4329 Robe Menzel Road, Granite Falls You-cut trees, saws […]

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December Newsletter

By Aurora Pedrola | Dec 3, 2018

Quarterly Economic Update for Western Washington We are so fortunate here at Windermere to have Matthew Gardner, Windermere’s Chief Economist to help keep us informed on our economy and the real estate market. Each quarter Matthew compiles in-depth research on counties from across Western Washington. Click here to download Matthew’s full Q3 2018 report and check out the […]

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November Newsletter

By Aurora Pedrola | Oct 31, 2018

With a healthy increase in inventory since May, the need for buyers to have all their down payment funds immediately available, and a willingness to make offers with no contingencies has passed in most cases. It has been quite a relief, and is providing opportunities for many folks that have wanted to cash in on their […]

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Western Washington Real Estate Market Update

By Aurora Pedrola | Oct 31, 2018

Posted in Western Washington Real Estate Market Update by Matthew Gardner, Chief Economist, Windermere Real Estate  The following analysis of the Western Washington real estate market is provided by Windermere Real Estate Chief Economist Matthew Gardner. I hope that this information may assist you with making better-informed real estate decisions. For further information about the housing market in […]

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South King County Market Trends

By Aurora Pedrola | Oct 17, 2018

In September, the average days on market landed at 26 days and the original list-to-sale price ratio 98%. Since May, inventory growth has been noticeable, and has given buyers more options. This has led to more negotiations and fewer bidding wars, which is tempering month-over-month price growth to a more sustainable level. Back in April, the average […]

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Eastside Quarterly Market Trends

By Aurora Pedrola | Oct 17, 2018

In September, the average days on market landed at 32 days and the original list-to-sale price ratio 98%. Since May, inventory growth has been noticeable, and has given buyers more options. This has led to more negotiations and fewer bidding wars, which is tempering month-over-month price growth to a more sustainable level. Back in April, the average […]

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Seattle Metro Quarterly Market Trends

By Aurora Pedrola | Oct 17, 2018

In September, the average days on market landed at 23 days and the original list-to-sale price ratio 98%. Since May, inventory growth has been noticeable, and has given buyers more options. This has led to more negotiations and fewer bidding wars, which is tempering month-over-month price growth to a more sustainable level. Back in April, the average […]

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North King County Quarterly Market Trends

By Aurora Pedrola | Oct 17, 2018

In September, the average days on market landed at 23 days and the original list-to-sale price ratio 98%. Since May, inventory growth has been noticeable, and has given buyers more options. This has led to more negotiations and fewer bidding wars, which is tempering month-over-month price growth to a more sustainable level. Back in April, the average […]

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North Snohomish County Quarterly Market Trends

By Aurora Pedrola | Oct 17, 2018

In September, the average days on market landed at 29 days and the original list-to-sale price ratio at 98%. Since May, inventory growth has been noticeable, and has given buyers more options. This has led to more negotiations and fewer bidding wars, which is tempering month-over-month price growth to a more sustainable level. Back in May, the […]

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