Housing Market in Seattle: What is the 2020 Forecast?

Current Outlook

On a national level, a lot of economists,  investors, property developers, researchers and lenders are starting to smell a recession. Zillow research forecasts a housing recession in 2020. Factors like monetary policy, home prices exceeding pre-2008-crisis levels, trade wars with China and stock corrections are creating anxiety in the markets. Currently, we’re still riding the longest bull market in our country’s history. Eventually, what goes up.. You know the rest. What does the housing market Forecast look like in Seattle for 2020? Read on..

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How To Start Real Estate Investing | Tips from Team Sno-King

Frito how to start real estate investing

Real estate is no-doubt a profitable investment to add to your overall portfolio. If you agree with Frito’s statement from Idiocracy, you’ll find it a great first-step toward financial independence and generating residual income. Whether trying to generate positive cash flow from rentals or pocket larger sums from flipping, many investors have had success with real estate. If you’re interested in how to start real estate investing, read on.

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Buy Your First Home | Tips from Team Sno-King

When you buy your first home, it will be one of the most important life steps you’ll ever take! It’s a major financial decision that should be taken very seriously. Take the time to fully prepare yourself so you know what to expect as you walk through this process. It can be nerve-racking but Team Sno-King can assist you on your journey.  

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Seattle Housing Market Stats | August 2019

With Snohomish County already covered in our first blog post, it’s time to cover the Seattle housing market for August 2019 in King County.  We hope you find this information useful. The Seattle housing market still remains one of the strongest in the states but there is finally some breathing room for buyers to find the house they’re looking for without facing multiple offers or needing to waive their inspection in some cases.  All of this data is reliably sourced from the Northwest Multiple Listing Service.

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