Let’s have a look at the latest data from the Case-Shiller Home Price Index. According to July data that was released today, Seattle-area home prices were: Down less than 0.1 percent June to July Up 12.1 percent YOY. Up 34.7 percent from the July 2007 peak Last year at this time prices were up 0.7 […]
Get unlimited access to the full spreadsheets used to make the charts in this and other posts, and support the ongoing work of this site by becoming a member of Seattle Bubble. It’s been six months since we took a look at the in-county breakdown data from the NWMLS to see how the sales mix […]
Reminder: Subscribers have access to the members-only spreadsheets folder, which is updated with the charts in this post. As promised yesterday, here’s an updated look at the “affordable home” price chart. In this graph I flip the variables in the affordability index calculation around to other sides of the equation to calculate what price home […]
Seattle Bubble spreadsheets are updated even when content isn’t frequently posted. You can get access to the spreadsheets by becoming a member of Seattle Bubble. By popular request, let’s take a look at our affordability index charts for the counties around Puget Sound. As of August, the affordability index has bounced up slightly from its […]
Good news for Seattle Bubble members! The spreadsheets behind the charts in this post as well as all the other spreadsheets I keep have been updated with the most recent data. Become a member of Seattle Bubble to get access to the private spreadsheets folder and join our private Slack channel. I’ve got a few […]
There have been a lot of stories in recent weeks about the housing market slowing down, not just in Seattle, but across the country. I thought I would post a quick roundup of some of the stories I’m seeing…
July market stats were published by the NWMLS yesterday. The biggest news is still the climb in inventory, which is up 256 percent from the all-time low that was set back in December. If the current trend continues (a big “if”), it’s entirely possible that by the end of this year inventory will be at its highest point since 2011.