Living in Snohomish WA | Neighborhood Profile

Welcome to Snohomish

Situated on the Snohomish River, northwest of Monroe and southeast of Everett, the city of Snohomish is a charming, historical town with plenty of things to see and do. Snohomish was named one of the top ten coolest 😎 towns in America by Budget Travel Magazine. Large, urban neighborhoods like Seattle and Bellevue have residents relocating to the North side in search of simpler living and more space.  What’s it like living in Snohomish WA? Read on…

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Living in Woodinville WA | Neighborhood Profile

Welcome to Woodinville

living in woodinville Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery

Welcome to wine country oenophiles!  Woodinville is a stunning, tourist-heavy city with around 2 million visitors a year. Guests and residents alike enjoy rustic scenery permeated with wineries, breweries, distilleries, restaurants and more.  Living in Woodinville has a hybrid small-town feel with urban portions yet still enables residents to reside close to major hubs in the Seattle Metropolitan Area. 

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Living in Bellevue WA | Neighborhood Profile

Welcome to Bellevue

French for beautiful view, Bellevue rests in the Eastside region of King County. West of the city, you’ll discover the Olympic Mountains & Lake Washington; to the East, the Cascades & Lake Sammamish. Homogenize that with Bellevue’s crisp skyline and you have one gorgeous metropolis!  What’s it like living in Bellevue WA? Read on…

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Seattle Housing Market Stats | October 2019

The holidays are fast approaching; temperatures are getting cooler, and so is the Seattle housing market. Overall the 2019 Seattle housing market has been a mixed bag of hot and cold trends. Most of the growth over the year has been in the up-and-coming neighborhoods of Pierce, Kitsap and Snohomish counties. In the higher priced King county markets, growth has been and will likely continue to be on the slower side giving some much needed breathing room for buyers.

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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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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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