Around-the-Sound-Price_2016-07

Around the Sound: Sales Slip In More Counties

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KingCoSFHClosed2016-07

NWMLS: Listings Inch Up, Sales Dip, Prices Slip

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Around-the-Sound-Price_2016-06

Around The Sound: King County Slightly Less Bleak For Buyers Than Surrounding Region

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June Reporting Roundup: “A Long Way To Go”

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…

KingCoSFHInventory2016-06

NWMLS: Listings Inching Up As Sales Flatten

June market stats were published by the NWMLS this morning. The NWMLS press release hasn’t been posted yet, so we’ll cover that tomorrow. On with the stats!

It’s still a bit early to say that we’re turning a corner, but while the overall level of inventory is still at all-time lows for this time of year, the rate of year-over-year change has been getting slightly better every month since December…

KingCoSFHPending2016-05

NWMLS: Strong Demand As Pending Sales Hit All-Time High

May market stats were published by the NWMLS yesterday.

Pending sales of single-family homes in King County hit an all-time high in May. This does not bode well for buyers hoping for any sort of relief from stiff competition and fast-rising prices. Inventory did increase month-over-month, but barely.

KingCoSupplyVsDemand2016-04

NWMLS: Home Prices Hit Another Record as Sales Slow

Get access to the full spreadsheets used to make the charts in this and other posts, as well as a variety of additional insider benefits by becoming a member of Seattle Bubble. April market stats were published by the NWMLS yesterday. Before we get into our monthly stats, here’s a quick look at their press […]