Top 10 Most-Viewed Posts of 2014

Happy 2015!

It’s that time of the year again. Time to kick off a few “Top 10 of 2014” posts. First up: the most-viewed individual posts published this year. Note of course that this only counts how many times people clicked through to each post’s individual link, excluding all the views they may have received on the front page.

  1. 08/12: Another Real Estate Bubble? Price to Rent Ratio Shoots Up
  2. 09/22: A Chinese-Driven "Real Estate Boom" in Seattle? No.
  3. 10/24: Real Actual Listing Photos: Quality Workmanship Edition
  4. 02/27: Undervalued to Overvalued in Less Than a Year
  5. 04/17: Affordable Home Price Just Above Actual Median Price
  6. 08/22: Listings Detective: $4M Bellevue Home w/ 16-Car Garage
  7. 05/13: Cheapest Homes: May 2014 Edition
  8. 05/16: Thousands of Seattle Homes to End Up Literally Underwater
  9. 03/04: Sleazy Kirkland Brokerage Rips Off Redfin Design & Code
  10. 01/09: Seattle Still Not a "World Class City"

The most-viewed post of 2014, with more than twice as many views as the #1 post published during the year was Foreclosure Timeline in Washington State, which was published in October 2013. This isn’t too surprising, since I wrote that post specifically to be a timeless reference, and it ranks very well for Google searches of related terms.

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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.

3 comments:

  1. 1
    whatsmyname says:

    As I write this, the Estately sidebar number for King County SFR inventory is at 2,656.

    Is this the lowest number on record? Ha. You don’t have to answer. I checked. It is.

  2. 2
    Mike says:

    RE: whatsmyname @ – And according to Erik, prices will be down 40% within the next 4-6 months. Or down in 2016. Or up 10% YOY.

  3. 3

    There Are Many Reasons Savvy Investors Ignore Real Estate Pundit Exaggerations

    I saw a sign on a realtor building that summed it up…grab up the cheap one, put a few thousand into it for cover-up staging and flip it fast before they find out…

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