Windermere Mercer Island

The East Bellevue region was up 24.8%, followed by Mercer Island and East of Lake Sammamish at 20.4% and 19.9% over Q2 of last year.
The Median Sale Price change Q2 2016 to Q2 2017 breakdown is as follows: Eastside South of I-90 (15.0%), Mercer Island (20.4%), West Bellevue (15.2%), East Bellevue (24.8%), East Lake Sammamish (19.9%), Redmond (18.9%), Kirkland (16.3%), and Juanita-Woodinville (12.0%).

Read More

The communities of Richmond Beach-Shoreline and Lake Forest Park-Kenmore were on fire in Q1. Their Median Sale Prices were up 18.9% and 24.7%, respectively, over Q1 2016. Representing an affordable region north of Seattle with many local amenities and a reasonable commute, it’s no wonder this area has been favored by local home buyers. Accessible to downtown without tolls, these neighborhoods are also an attractive alternative to communities located further out on the Eastside. North Seattle, while still a very popular region, showed the smallest gain—but of note is that it falls on the heels of exponential growth in 2016 and some moderation in its gains are a good sign of a healthy real estate market.

Read More

83,000 new jobs +/- in the tri-county region surrounding Seattle have certainly made their presence felt. Couple that with crazy-low interest rates and it’s no wonder that housing demand is so strong. The neighborhoods of North Seattle and Queen Anne-Magnolia stood apart from the crowd with record year-over-year increases in the average sale price for Q3—but other Seattle communities still fared quite nicely with Seattle posting an overall 12.4% Q3 gain.

Read More