About 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.

Weekly Open Thread (2015-03-23)

NOTE: If you are subscribed to Seattle Bubble’s RSS feed and are seeing these open threads in the feed, please switch to our official feed at http://feeds.feedburner.com/SeattleBubble  Thanks! Here is your open thread for the week of March 23rd, 2015. You may post random links and off-topic discussions here. Also, if you have an idea […]

How to Find Seattle Bubble’s Best Material

How to Find Seattle Bubble’s Best Material

Blogs are great, but one issue I’ve run into occasionally is that once a post falls off the front page, it can be hard to find again later. This doesn’t really matter when the posts are about current events or the latest data, but some of what I publish here on Seattle Bubble is content […]

Weekly Open Thread (2015-03-16)

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Are Seattle Homes Being Purchased With Income, Or…

Gene Balk posted an interesting piece on the Seattle Times last week that explores how the number of low, middle, and high income households have grown or shrunk around King County since 2000: Mapping King County’s disappearing middle class The map is cool (click through to the article for an interactive version), and Gene’s overall […]

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February Reporting Roundup: Market on Fire Edition

It’s time once again for the monthly reporting roundup, where you can read my wry commentary about the news instead of subjecting yourself to boring rehashes of the NWMLS press release (or in addition to, if that’s what floats your boat). To kick things off, here’s an excerpt from the NWMLS press release: Favorable weather […]

Weekly Open Thread (2015-03-09)

NOTE: If you are subscribed to Seattle Bubble’s RSS feed and are seeing these open threads in the feed, please switch to our official feed at http://feeds.feedburner.com/SeattleBubble  Thanks! Here is your open thread for the week of March 9th, 2015. You may post random links and off-topic discussions here. Also, if you have an idea […]

Seattle Real Estate in 2023 (via Parks & Recreation)

What will the Seattle real estate market look like eight years from now? Not much different than it does today, if “Parks & Recreation” is to be believed. For those who have been living in a TV culture vacuum for the last seven years, Parks & Recreation was an NBC TV show about local government […]