November 22, 2019

Ballard, Blue Ridge, Green Lake, Fremont, Loyal Heights, North Beach, Phinney Ridge and Sunset Hill Real Estate Activity By Quarter

Market statistics, by quarter, for the Ballard, Blue Ridge, Green Lake, Fremont, Loyal Heights, North Beach, Phinney Ridge and Sunset Hill neighborhoods.
                               HOW IS THE MARKET?
The general approach to market analysis translates to the following:
— It is a BUYER’S market when there is 6 or more months of inventory.
— It is a BALANCED market when there is 3-6 months of inventory.
— It is a SELLER’S market when there are 0-3 months of inventory.
2016 Year End Area 705
705-3rd-2016
705 - Ballard
1st Q 2016 - 705
half 705
Area 705 3rd Q 2015

Area 705 2nd Q 2015

1st Q 2015 705
Year End - 705

3rd Q 705

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YE 2013 -705
705 3rd

2ndt Q 705

1st Q 705

YE 2012 - 705

How is the market?

How is the market?

Inventory on the market.

Inentory on the market.

How is the market?

How is the market?


Inglewood, Kenmore,Lake Forest Park and Sheridan Beach Real Estate Activities By Quarter

The market statistics, by quarter, for the Inglewood, Kenmore, Lake Forest Park and Sheridan Beach neighborhood.
   HOW IS THE MARKET?
The general approach to market analysis translates to the following:
— It is a BUYER’S market when there is 6 or more months of inventory.
— It is a BALANCED market when there is 3-6 months of inventory.
–It is a SELLER’S market when there are 0-3 months of inventory.
2016 Year End Area 720
720-3rd-2016
720 - Lake Forest Park
1st Q 2016 - 720
half 720
Area 720 3rd Q 2015
Area 720 2nd Q 2015
1st Q 2015 720
Year End - 720
3rd Q 720

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YE 2013 -720
720 3rd

2ndt Q 720

1st Q 720

YE 2012 - 720

We are back to a SELLER’S market . . .

How is the market?

Inventory on the market.

 

 

Inventory on the market.

How is the market?

How is the market?

Laurelhurst, Ravenna, Sand Point, View Ridge, Wedgwood, Windermere and NE Seattle Real Estate Activity By Quarter

The real estate market statistics, by quarter, for the Inverness, Laurelhurst, Ravenna, Sand Point, View Ridge, Wedgwood, Windermere and northeast Seattle neighborhoods.
HOW IS THE MARKET?
The general approach to market analysis translates to the following:
— It is a BUYER’S market when there is 6 or more months of inventory.
— It is a BALANCED market when there is 3-6 months of inventory.
— It is a SELLER’S market when there are 0-3 months of inventory.
2016 Year End Area 710
710-3rd-2016
710 - North Seattle
1st Q 2016 - 710
half 710
Area 710 3rd Q 2015
Area 710 2nd Q 2015

1st Q 2015 710
Year End - 710
3rd Q 710

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YE 2013 -710
710 3rd

2ndt Q 710

1st Q 710

YE 2012 - 710

We are back to a SELLER’S market . . .

How is the market?

How is the market?

Inventory on the market.

Inventory on the market.

How is the market?

How is the market?How is the market?

Broadmoor, Capitol Hill, Leschi, Madison Park, Madrona and Montlake Real Estate Activity By Quarter

The  market statistics, by quarter, for the Broadmoor, Capitol Hill, Leschi, Madison Park, Madrona and Montlake neighborhoods.
HOW IS THE MARKET?
The general approach to market analysis translates to the following:
— It is a BUYER’S market when there is 6 or more months of inventory.
— It is a BALANCED market when there is 3-6 months of inventory.
— It is a SELLER’S market when there are 0-3 months of inventory.
2016 Year End Area 390
390-3rd-2016
390 - Capitol Hill
1st Q 2016 - 390
half 390
Area 390 3rd Q 2015

Area 390 2nd Q 2015

1st Q 2015 390
Year End - 390

3rd Q 390

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YE 2013 -390
390 3rd

2ndt Q 390

1st Q 390

YE 2012 - 390

We are back to a SELLER’S market . . . .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Inventory on the market

Inventory on the market.

How is the market?

Explanation as to why there are no statistics.

How is the market?

Burien and Normandy Park Real Estate Activity By Quarter

The  market statistics, by quarter, for the Normandy Park and Burien neighborhoods.
                                HOW IS THE MARKET?
The general approach to market analysis translates to the following:
— It is a BUYER’S market when there is 6 or more months of inventory.
— It is a BALANCED market when there is 3-6 months of inventory.
— It is a SELLER’S market when there are 0-3 months of inventory.
2016 Year End Area 130
130-3rd-2016
130 - Burien
1st Q 2016 - 130
2015 - 130
Area 130 3rd Q 2015

Area 130 2nd Q 2015
1st Q 2015 130

 4 Q 2014 - 130

3rd Q 130

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YE 2013 -130
130 3rd

2nd - 130

1st Q 130

YE 2012 - 130

We are back to a SELLER’S market . . . .

How is the market?

 

How is the market?

 

Inventory on the market.

Inventory on the market.

How is the market?

How is the market?

How is the market?

“It is a great time to buy” . . . statement confirmed!

Go to the link below to see what Warren Buffet has to say about buying Real Estate!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28tnd5NZdWM

“Never invest in anything that eats or needs repainting” . . .

This title is a quote from Billy Rose, composer and investor.

THE LESSON:  Any investment that depends on repeated infusions of cash probably is not as good an investment as it first seems.  Even if you try to take the ongoing expenses into account, there is a good chance that you will underestimate them.

Example:  Those who are tempted to take advantage of today’s beaten-down real estate prices by becoming landlords should speak to a few other landlords — or a knowledgeable real estate consultant — first to get a clear picture of what you may be getting yourself into.

This warning is my introduction to a series of articles to follow on the ins and outs of investment properties.

5 Foreclosure Myths for 2012 . . .

YOUR INVESTMENT OPTIONS . . .

Investing Defined
Whenever an individual places surplus funds in the bank or stock market, or purchases real estate for speculation, he or she has made an investment decision. There is a wide variety of investment vehicles available. Each type of investment has unique characteristics that may be desirable to one investor yet undesirable to another.  Investors may even evaluate each investment differently. Each investment may also exhibit different risk levels, and the return or yield on an investment should be commensurate with the amount of risk associated with it.

Why People Invest
People invest to obtain the financial independence necessary to achieve their goals.  Achieving financial success usually takes time, careful planning, and the assistance of other professionals. Most people invest for the following reason:

  • To generate additional income                                            

    What will you do when you harvest from your money tree?

  • To acquire wealth for their retirement
  • To accumulate for their children’s education                     
  • To acquire prestige in the community
  • To create an estate for their heirs
  • To obtain financial independence

Common Investment Vehicles

  • Saving accounts and certificates of deposit
  • Stocks and mutual funds
  • Real estate
  • Partnership interests
  • Bonds and bond funds
  • Mortgages/trust deeds
  • Collectibles/art

ARE YOU AN INVESTING BOOMER?

Baby boomers are participating in the investment real estate market segment. A survey of 1,300 agents and brokers by Coldwell Banker Real Estate found that baby boomers not only have a strong desire to purchase and own a home, they want more than one home.
About 87 percent of respondents said they have baby-boomer Clients who already own or are looking to own investment property, including 22 percent of agents who report that at least half (50 percent) of their boomer Clients are taking advantage of today’s market and historically low interest rates to own such investment properties.