Where in Seattle will the investor money go in 2008?
By Marco Kronen|2019-04-12T21:43:06+00:00December 31st, 2007|Ballard condos, Belltown condos, Capitol Hill condos, Downtown Seattle condos, Fremont condos, Green Lake condos, Pioneer Square condos, Queen Anne condos, Reader Surveys, Seattle Condo Investment Talk, Seattle Economic Indicators, South Lake Union condos|3 Comments
About the Author: Marco Kronen
Marco Kronen is the author of Seattle Condo Review and is real estate agent in Seattle who specializes in condos. He has been serving clients in Seattle since 2004.
the problem with SLU is there is no actual living there. just industrial and now office buildings with a whole foods in the middle.
Not sure I agree entirely with SLU either. I agree it’s up and coming but to be a good investment you have to believe the prices will appreciate and based on the amount of new inventory from the Vulcan projects and their current pricing (which is already rich), I would imagine some of the other neighborhoods like Fremont and Capitol Hill will give you a better return on your investment over the next couple of years. Am I missing something?
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