Category: Arboretum

Rain Couldn’t Stop Us!

Rain Couldn’t Stop Us!

The rain tried to put a damper on our fun at the 2nd Annual Montlake Turkey Trot 5K on Thanksgiving morning but it was no match for our team or the Montlake community! The Wilcynski Partners team was out bright and early serving hot coffee, cocoa, and cider to race participants and donuts to the 60+ race volunteers. Then, we laced up our ...

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Seattle Home Prices Up 12 Percent in 2017

Seattle Home Prices Up 12 Percent in 2017

According to this article on Northwest Public Radio (nwpr.org), Seattle Tops Real Estate Market For Price Increases, the Pacific Northwest continues to outpace the rest of the country in price appreciation. Seattle tops the list, with the average home appreciating an average of $48,000 over the past year, all while the number of homes ...

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Why Seattle is a smart investment

Why Seattle is a smart investment

In an article penned by Anthony Hitt for Forbes.com this week, he details some key performance indicators that suggest the Seattle real estate market is poised to enjoy continued growth and is not experiencing a bubble as some may like to think. His reasoning includes the following: – Seattle’s population is growing by 57 people ...

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Hottest Housing Market for 12 Months

Hottest Housing Market for 12 Months

According to the Case-Shiller home-price index, as reported in an article on SeattleTimes.com, Seattle home prices have jumped 80 percent since the market bottomed out in 2012 and we’re now seeing the median home prices hit a level that is 20 percent higher than we experienced at the last market peak in 2007/2008. Our city has remained the ...

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Is the Market Slowing?

Is the Market Slowing?

September had 1.7 months of inventory available, as reported by SeattlePI.com in this article, which tied February for the most homes available for sale this year. And while some may think that this increase – combined with a slight decrease in the median sales price of homes in the area to $565,000 – might look like a market ...

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Turkey Trot 5K and Fun Run

Turkey Trot 5K and Fun Run

Our team is excited to be a sponsor of the 2nd Annual Montlake Community Club Turkey Trot 5K and Kids Run, benefiting the University District Food Bank. Here are the details you need to know: Event Day/Time Thursday, November 23 – 5K race starts at 9:30am – Kids Run starts at 10:30am Course The 5K starts at E Lynn St & 25th Ave ...

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The Cost of New Construction

The Cost of New Construction

In this new video, Windermere’s Chief Economist, Matthew Gardner, explains why there isn’t more home building taking place to help satiate buyer demand. His three main reasons boil down to the cost of land, labor, and material costs – which make it expensive to build a home. In response, our Acquisitions Broker, Dan ...

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Judkins Park Townhouse Receives 10 Offers

Judkins Park Townhouse Receives 10 Offers

One of the funnest parts of listing a home is getting to witness buyer excitement about the property first hand and hearing feedback from buyers and agents alike. We knew that this 3 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom townhouse (built in 2003) in the Judkins area of Seattle was going to be well received and the market did not disappoint! Not only did every ...

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August Sets Another Record

August Sets Another Record

An article by Mike Rosenberg posted on SeattleTimes.com, titled “King County home prices surge 18 percent, most on record for this time of year“, suggests that Seattle’s housing market didn’t experience the typical summer slow down we tend to see in August. The median price of single-family homes in King County ...

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