Time for another monthly recap, where we wrap up the month and highlight the major posts of the month that just ended in a single place. The purpose of this series is to get a feel for how a month went, and catch up if you missed something.
I’m going to try a different format this month since this is still a series I am experimenting with. Let me know what you think of the new format and the concept in general as a recurring monthly feature.
Statistics and Data
- 10/01 – September Stats Preview: Sales Cliff Edition
- 10/04 – NWMLS: Inventory, Sales, & Prices Head South For Winter
- 10/09 – Bank-Owned Sales Edged Up in September
- 10/11 – Foreclosures Dip Back Down in September
- 10/16 – Over a Third of New Listings Pending in Two Weeks
- 10/19 – Seattle Area Keeps Steadily Adding Jobs
- 10/23 – Sales in Pricey Eastside Neighborhoods Strengthening
- 10/29 – MLS-Powered Search Sites Hold Major Advantage Over Zillow & Trulia
- 10/30 – Case-Shiller: Seattle Home Prices Up 3% From 2011
- 10/08 – Reader Question: "Do You Recommend Doing Flips?"
- 10/17 – Reader Question: Sudden Surge of Foreclosure Notices?
- 10/22 – Reader Question: What’s your listing agent’s job?
- 10/25 – Reader Question: Short Sale Buying Tips?
- 10/15 – Real Actual Listing Photos: The Lonely Pianos
- 10/24 – Are Obama & Romney Avoiding Housing to Avoid Talking About Killing the Mortgage Interest Deduction?
- 10/26 – Checking Up on Goldman’s Bearish 2010 Two-Year Forecast
I would also like to make another request that you consider donating some money to help the two young children of the family that I bought my home from, whose father died two months ago. Thank you.