This month join me at Top Pot in Capitol Hill where we will discuss strategies to compete for condos in the fast paced Seattle condo market, including tactics on choosing the right lender that will help your offer be more attractive to seller’s and their listing broker.
I am moving to Seattle and want to buy right away but don’t start my job for a couple months, what do I do?
When clients are considering buying, they often ask us if it is cheaper to buy or rent. Well, Zillow has just released their Breakeven Horizon for 2015 Q4.
They are touting the location of Nexus at 1200 Howell as being in "Seattle's new multi-billion dollar urban living core" and comparing it to peer markets like SOMA in San Francisco.
This month join me at Starbucks coffee shop in the Denny Regrade for part two of the discussion on prepping your home or condo for the market.
In light of our recent blog post about Developer InHaus calling it quits on Solo Lofts condo project in Ballard along with a recent report that a Canadian developer might go with condos on their new proposed 1,200 unit project in South Lake Union, I thought it might be a good time to pause and review the presale condo market.
Back in April, we created a chart comparing the new construction condo options here in the city so you could see what options were out there for newly built condos. Many things have changed since then, including Solo Lofts and Salt turning into apartments and the addition of two new buildings, Hendon in Phinney Ridge and Gridiron in Pioneer Square. We have updated the chart and wanted to share that with our readers.
Our monthly event, Condos Over Coffee, is back for 2016 so come join us!
Right away I know some people reading this will think, I’m just saying that there is not a real estate bubble in Seattle because I’m a Realtor and I want people to keep buying.
According to another Broker in our office, whose clients were in contract on a pre-sale unit, Solo Lofts in Ballard is cancelling all of their pre-sale contracts and will return all earnest deposits to the buyers due to unforeseen delays and a dispute with their contractors.