Category: Ballard

Metro Seattle Stats November 2016

Metro Seattle Stats November 2016

As we near the end of the year, we thought we’d take a step back to the macro level and look at market trends in Metro Seattle as a whole instead of honing in on just the Capitol Hill neighborhood. October was, once again, a seller’s market – which comes as no surprise. The number of homes available for sale last month was ...

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Client Review: Ravenna Craftsman

Client Review: Ravenna Craftsman

“Larry and his team are the absolute best! We enlisted Wilcynski to help us prepare and sell our Ravenna bungalow and could not be more impressed by the service we received. The results speak for themselves: our house had 9 offers, and sold in 8 days for 33% over an already aggressive asking price. We had lots of well meaning friends ...

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Living in Ballard

Ballard is one of Seattle’s favorite neighborhoods, with its vibrant nightlife, restaurant choices and shops. Not to mention, the weekly Ballard Farmer’s Market is top notch! If you’ve been considering calling this neighborhood home – or already do but are looking for a new home – take a look at ...

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Why You Should Sell Before Spring

We’re quickly approaching the Spring home buying season and we can expect to see a flood of homes hit the market in March and April – with inventory levels continuing to climb well into the summer months. This article on Keeping Matters Current lays out 5 compelling reasons why listing your home within the next few weeks makes ...

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2014 Seattle Real Estate Review

2014 definitely played favorites to the sellers of Seattle. The average Seattle homeowner saw an increase of 6.1% [1] in their home’s value, with some neighborhoods experiencing double digit price increases. This increase was due to a combination of factors including extremely low inventory, historically low interest rates, rising rents, and ...

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Seattle Real Estate Outlook for 2015

As we say farewell to the madness that was 2014 in the real estate market, many clients, buyers especially, are eager to see what 2015 will have in store for them. While the tone for 2015 may feel oddly familiar to what we’ve experienced over the past 12 months, we will likely start to see some shifts that will help us move towards a ...

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Our Top 5 Listings of 2014

With the year end quickly approaching, we wanted to put together a list of the top Seattle homes we sold in 2014. So we looked back to see how much web traffic and photo gallery views each of our listings generated and then ranked them accordingly. So, without further ado, here are the Top 5 Wilcynski Partner Listings of 2014 (and ...

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Seattle Real Estate Update – Sept. 2014

Seattle real estate trends are extremely neighborhood-centric and can vary drastically from one pocket of the city to another. Here, we’ve broken down the stats from September 2014 for a handful of neighborhoods we work. If you don’t see information for your neighborhood of interest, please let us know. You can also check your ...

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Windermere vs. Redfin Agents

Spotted this interested comparison in our Twitter feed the other day and thought it was worth a share. If you are considering using a Redfin agent to buy a home in metro-Seattle, you may end up paying too much. Get in touch with our team if you’re interested in learning how our unique approach to real estate can save you time and money. ...

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Real Estate Update: Seattle – July 2014

Arboretum: The average sales price of single family homes in Arboretum in July was $735,000, down slightly from what the neighborhood saw in June. However there are currently ZERO listings in Arboretum for sale which means if you are interested in selling, now may be the time to do it! Broadmoor: In July the average price per square footage of ...

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