Category: New Construction

New Townhomes in the Central Area

New Townhomes in the Central Area

We are thrilled to announce that Phase I of Twentieth South, a collection of four brand new townhomes in Seattle’s Central Area, are now selling! These 4-Star Built Green homes, built by Greenbuild Development, LLC, have varied floorplans with either two or three bedrooms, off-street parking or an attached garage (except 2005A), rooftop ...

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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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How to Achieve Balance in Today’s Market

How to Achieve Balance in Today’s Market

In this new video from Matthew Gardner, Windermere’s Chief Economist, he explains why we are experiencing low inventory in markets like Seattle and how the market can re-balance itself. (Hint: It involves building more homes.) If you have any questions about the information provided here, or are thinking about selling your Seattle home, ...

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Seattle Sellers Enjoying a Significant ROI

Seattle Sellers Enjoying a Significant ROI

A new article published by GeekWire.com yesterday showcases data from Zillow suggesting that Seattle sellers who lived in their home for 9 years and and sold in 2016 enjoyed an average return of 53.1% (or $185,000) on their investment. Seattle sellers are in good company on this list, with homeowners in Oakland and Portland seeing even higher ...

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Seattle Home Prices Continue to Climb

Seattle Home Prices Continue to Climb

If you’re a home buyer in the Seattle real estate market, you know first-hand how competitive it can be and have witnessed prices increase over the last year (or more). And as if you needed any additional proof highlighting that phenomenon,  an article at SeattlePI.com yesterday highlights the newest report from Standard & ...

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3927 S. Edmunds St – Columbia City

3927 S. Edmunds St – Columbia City

This new construction home in Seattle’s Columbia City neighborhood is unique and unsuspecting. Careful attention was given to ensure the home has an intelligent flow throughout and all of the square footage has been maximized. Our favorite room in the house is the separate rec room / bonus room, which is accessed from a breezeway ...

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Central Seattle Real Estate Stats

In case you haven’t seen it, we just listed a pretty cool mid-century modern house in Seward Park as well as a killer new construction home in Beacon Hill so we figured we’d take a wide angle look at the Central Seattle real estate market. Below you’ll see graphs pertaining to NWMLS Areas 380, 385, and 390 which includes neighborhoods ...

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