Posted by: Timothy Ellis (The Tim)

Tim Ellis is the founder of Seattle Bubble. His background in engineering and computer / internet technology, a fondness of data-based analysis of problems, and an addiction to spreadsheets all influence his perspective on the Seattle-area real estate market.

6 responses to “Non-Distressed Median Up 116 From 2012”

  1. mike

    YES! Time to cash out that equity and buy a boat.

    Or not.

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  2. Erik

    RE: mike @ 1
    More like time to buy a home before you get priced out of the market.

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  3. mike

    Too late for me. Boat is the only option.

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  4. pfft

    if you are bearish right now on housing you are just as stupid as those that were bullish on housing before the crash.

    Look around, you are the sucker!

    No more foolish self-righteousness.

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  5. David Losh

    RE: pfft @ 4

    You’re a year early with that prediction. You should read some of the links you post.

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  6. Erik

    RE: David Losh @ 5
    It will be interesting to see if those NTSs that will increase supply and drive prices back down or not. Someone on Seattlebubble made the comment that the NTSs may just get consumed quickly and not drive down pricing. From what I am seeing with this low inventory, that will be the case.

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