According to new data from S&P Case-Shiller National Home Price Index, Seattle is now the hottest real estate market in the nation. Seattle's home prices rose 11% between September 2015 and 2016.
Ever wonder how Bertha’s progress might affect condo buildings downtown? Well now I’m wondering myself because it’s been so quiet, but when touring one of the condo buildings in Belltown this week, I noticed the systemic monitors mounted on the condo building’s outdoor terrace and it got me thinking. Is anybody even noticing anything?
In this recent article by the Seattle times, they do a great job of highlighting the “soaring” 11.4% pricing increases of homes in the Greater Seattle area, but one key thing we have to keep in mind, which often gets overlooked by generalized statistics, is that real estate market trends are very local, and can vary widely from county to county, city to city, and even from neighborhood to neighborhood within the same city. Seattle’s market is very local.
The newest condominium development project has been announced and it will be called U Place at Union Bay. It will be built near the University Village at 4603 Union Bay Place NE, just east of the Safeway (the building will back up to Safeway).
According to the PSBJ article that came out today, the building that is slated to be built at 5th Avenue and Stewart Street, called Altitude Hotel & Residences, might include all condos instead of a mix of condos and apartments as it originally claimed.
The Seattle Times article, Seattle's population boom approaching gold rush numbers, is pretty telling noting that, according to census data, since 2010 our city has grown at an average rate of [...]
You may, or may not, have read the two articles recently published last week, one by The Seattle Times, and the other by The Puget Sound Business Journal, regarding July home [...]