Seattle condos: Gridiron Condominiums, the condominium project constructed next to Century Link stadium in Pioneer Square, is rare in that it is offering 12 income restricted condo units for sale.
The Seattle shift from building apartments to building condos: for the last few years, the only residential developments being built in Seattle were apartments, minus a few outliers like Insignia and Gridiron, but we are starting to see a flood of new condominium projects hitting the scene again.
Seattle condo market update: a new condominium building has been announced in South Lake Union. This new building will contain 113 condominium units and should start construction in early 2019.
New condo construction in Seattle, Bellevue neighborhood: Bosa Development, the developer of Insignia in Seattle and One88 in Bellevue, is planning on building another condominium tower in Bellevue.
Seattle condo market: economic update and advice for condo sellers from Seattle condo broker Marco Kronen. If you are thinking about selling your Seattle condo, make sure you are realistic about how long it will take to sell your home and what price you are likely to get.
We have received multiple questions about the potential local improvement district (LID) assessment for the waterfront improvements that would affect some property owners in Downtown Seattle, Belltown and South Lake Union.
In the Seattle condo market, is it cheaper to rent or buy? This video addresses actual client questions and provides expert answers about the current Seattle condo market.
Seattle market outlook for selling a condo in 2018: final sale price and timing the market run hand in hand in the Seattle condo market. Contact us if you are thinking of selling your Seattle condo!
Seattle condo market video series: I want to buy a place for my child while they go to school, do I have to use an investor loan program? What are my options? See expert answers here.
Seattle condo market snapshot: Capitol Hill condos. The included market update report is for the last full month of May 2017 for Capitol Hill and Central area condominiums only (area 390) , but we are seeing similar performance and market velocities in the downtown Seattle core as well.