KingCoSFHClosed2016-01

NWMLS: Pending and Closed Home Sales Slow in January

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KingCoSFHInventory2015-12

NWMLS: 2015 Was the Worst Year Ever for Home Buyers

After setting a new all-time low inventory level in November, listings dropped off dramatically yet again to set another new all-time low in December. Here’s hoping we see somewhat of a turnaround in inventory for 2016. If not, expect another overheated year.

KingCoSFHClosed2015-11

NWMLS: Inventory Hits New All-Time Low

November market stats were published by the NWMLS on Friday. This is the first time in quite a while we’ve seen any green arrows for buyers in the summary table. However, it’s hard to get even a little bit excited, given the all-time low inventory level. At this point there are so few homes for sale that it’s going to be difficult for sales to come in very strong.

KingCoSFHPricesYearly2015-08

NWMLS: Sales Slow in August as Prices Continue Surging

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August market stats were published by the NWMLS yesterday. Before we get into our monthly stats, here’s a quick look at their press release.

Opinions vary on possibility of a housing slowdown, but numbers show solid activity
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KingCoSFHClosed2015-07

NWMLS: Closed Sales May Show First Signs of Cooling

July market stats were published by the NWMLS today. Before we get into our monthly stats, here’s a quick look at their press release. Pent up demand boosting Western Washington home sales and prices Pent-up demand continues to fuel home sales around Western Washington with millennials, military families and relocating workers vying for limited inventory. […]