Link Roundup: Housing Market Strength Evaporating

It’s been a while since I’ve posted a good link roundup, and since I’ve seen a number of related stories pop up in the last couple of weeks, I thought it was a good time for one. While the housing market was definitely on fire last year, with respect to bidding wars and home price […]

Weekly Twitter Digest (Link Roundup) for 2013-06-07

Totally unbiased commentary about "homebuyer regrets" from RE Booster Tom Kelly (reader tip) -> Local real estate huckster Mike Mastro, on the lam in France, freed by the French government: via @seattletimes -> "7-story apartment project will revitalize Seattle's Japantown" via @PSBJ -> "Luxury condos at once-troubled Bellevue Towers finally nearing a […]

Weekly Twitter Digest (Link Roundup) for 2013-05-31

"THE LONG WAIT: For many homeowners, mortgage relief can't come fast enough" via @PSBJ -> Polygon Northwest of Bellevue to take over the Everett Riverfront property by early July via @EverettHerald -> "Wells Fargo Center in downtown Seattle sold for $390M" via @PSBJ ->

Weekly Twitter Digest (Link Roundup) for 2013-05-24

"China’s wealthy paying cash for Eastside luxury homes" via @seattletimes -> "Nowhere is suburbanization of poverty more evident than in South King County…" All the foreclosures make sense. -> "Transit-oriented development gaining speed in Puget Sound area" via @PSBJ -> "Price tag of Bellevue Collection’s expansion will exceed 2012’s top real estate […]

Weekly Twitter Digest (Link Roundup) for 2013-05-10

NAR: "It’s time for 20- and 30-somethings to move out of their parent’s basement." BUY A HOME, YOU SLACKERS! -> "Former Mastro property in Redmond sells for $3.5 million" via @PSBJ -> .@The_Tim was on @KIRO7Seattle this week talking about the volatile condo market. Clip: -> Is an increasing level of homeownership […]

Weekly Twitter Digest (Link Roundup) for 2013-05-03

RT @NickTimiraos: This chart puts the housing 'recovery' in context, ie., when a 23% price gain means you're still down by 44%… -> RT @NickTimiraos: The housing market: everyone wants to buy at the bottom, but few want to sell ->