Selling Your Seattle Condo in Today’s Dynamic Seller’s Market – a 3 part series

Seattle condo review: Selling your Seattle condo in today's seller's market. This 3-part series will help you make the most of your time and get you and your condo in tip top shape to maximize your potential sales price, and speed of your sale. Read part one of the 3-part series.

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Quick Market Snapshot

Quick Seattle market snapshot. We have a widget in our Multiple Listing Service called the Market Watch that we can customize in order to see a snapshot of the market segment we choose. Read and see photos of the Market Watch snapshot of condominiums in Seattle.

Client Question – What Info in a Resale Cert is Important & Do I Have to Provide One?

Seattle condo client question: What info in a resale cert is important and do i have to provide one. Read answers to client's common questions.

Client Question of the Week: My condo’s tax assessed value went down, does that mean my condo value decreased?

Seattle condo review: If the condo's tax assessed value went down, does that mean the condo value decreased? Seattle condo expert Marco Kronen answers the important question all Seattle condo owners should know.

Cristalla versus 2200 Westlake…

Seattle condo review: Cristalla versus 2200 Westlake. View a comparison between a few Seattle condos and how they fared with sales over the last few years.

Will Developers Finally Start Building New Condos?

Seattle condo review: Will developers start building new Seattle condos? Seattle condo expert Wendy Leung answers one reader's question.

Seattle is Both a Sellers’ and Buyers’ 2BR Market (Depending on Who You Are….)

Seattle condo review: Seattle is both a sellers' and buyers' 2BR market (depending on who you are...). View charts and read a review of the Seattle condo market.

Viaduct and Seattle Condos

Seattle condo review: Viaduct and Seattle condos. With the removal of the Viaduct along the waterfront, which is estimated around 2016, which Seattle condos would benefit from it?

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