Here is your open thread for Monday September 26th, 2011. You may post random links and off-topic discussions here. Also, if you have an idea or a topic you’d like to see covered in an article, please make it known. Be sure to also check out the forums, and get your word in the user-driven […]
This poll was active 09.25.2011 through 10.01.2011.
I explicitly excluded new homes from my search. "Should you buy a New home or an Old one?" http://t.co/sDk39YqK via @raincityguide @ARDELLd # Kirkland-based Market Leader buys RealEstate.com for $8.25M w/ just 300k visitors/mo http://t.co/bO86aULJ via @GeekWireNews # Seattle Bubble's got 60k visitors/mo, maybe Market Leader will buy us for $1.65M? # 882-unit Archstone Redmond […]
There’s been a bit of talk in some circles about how new, lower “high balance conforming loan limits” that go into effect on October 1st going to somehow dramatically affect the local housing market (presumably in a bad way). In order to get a sense of scope on how many sales might be affected by […]
Here is your open thread for the weekend beginning Friday September 23rd, 2011. You may post random links and off-topic discussions here. Also, if you have an idea or a topic you’d like to see covered in an article, please make it known. Be sure to also check out the forums, and get your word […]
A reader emailed me an interesting observation/question in response to yesterday’s discussion of Seattle’s cheap, ugly townhomes. There’s a trio of townhouses very near where I live. They’re interesting because they lay partially framed for (if I’m recalling correctly) more than a year and a half — at least through one Winter/Spring. They actually have […]
Once in a while I like to have a look around and see what’s on the market in a totally off-the-wall market segment that I have absolutely no personal interest in ever owning. Today that segment is townhomes in the city of Seattle. As I browse around at what’s for sale in Seattle’s townhome market, […]