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Do you own a home in King County? Then go to the county website or search for “King County Property Assessments”. The first page of Google results is all links to King County property information. The top link gets you to the King county assessors website. Save that link. Once there, click on the button that says “My Property”. Next… more…
KIRKLAND, Washington (January 5, 2017) – Like many other months of 2016, December was frustrating for buyers across Washington state as they encountered depleted inventory and rising prices. Post-election hikes in interest rates – with more on the horizon — added to would-be homeowners’ worries.
Northwest Multiple Listing Service statistics for December show year-over-year drops in new listings, but gains in pending sales, closed sales and prices. Pending sales (mutually accepted offers) in the four-county Puget Sound region reached their highest level since 2005.
These market trend pages are an essential tool for for buyers and sellers to stay informed about the Seattle area real estate market.
Updated every month, here you'll find historical and current data for 40 Seattle area zip codes.
Three charts illustrate the local trends: Inventory and Sales, Average Days On Market, and Average Sold Price. While most charts show single-family-homes, condo data is shown for zip codes areas with a great density of condo projects.
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