Category: New Construction

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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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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NYC’s Tallest Apartment

This is incredible! New York City’s tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere and sways 4-5 feet in the wind. The 84th Floor penthouse sold for $95 million – can you imagine having that view? Stunning!

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King County Sewer Capacity Charge

What is the sewer capacity charge? If you own a home or building in King County that was built after 1990, or are looking to purchase one, you should be aware that there is likely a sewer capacity charge attached to the property. The “Sewage Treatment Capacity Charge” is a quarterly invoice that applies to every owner with a property built ...

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