Real Estate – Why DATA is the New Black

Volume 2005-2008

Early Friday evening one of my favorite long term clients asked me this question: “Why is the market so slow these days? I have an alert for ($) houses in (zip code) and I barely get a couple of hits every week west of (the freeway). Almost always tear-downs.” (actual specifics from his email removed) […]

Impact of Fiscal Cliff Agreement on Homeowners?

housing and fiscal cliff

There was so much fear mongering going on about “The Fiscal Cliff” it was starting to feel like being tied to a chair and being forced to watch The Shower Scene from Psycho. The stock market rallied up in response to it just being OVER WITH! But should we just be happy that it’s over […]

2012 Median Home Prices UP…and DOWN

King County Home Prices by School District

Single Family Median Home Prices are UP 6% YOY for the First Half of 2012 in Seattle. First Half 2011 @ $399,000 – First Half 2012 @ $423,000 Bellevue School District is the Big Winner at UP 20% with a Median Home Price of $689,000. Issaquah School District DOWN 4%, Northshore School District DOWN 2% […]