Traditionally, after the first of the year, we see more buyers looking to purchase a home. This year, our brokers report they are assisting even more buyers than is seasonally average. But with a very tight market, many buyers are not finding homes. People who are looking to sell and thinking about waiting for spring may […]
We ended the 2019 real estate market on a strong note in Skagit County. While December is traditionally a slow month for real estate, due to high pent up buyer demand, and historically low inventory, it was another strong month for sellers in Skagit County. Looking forward to 2020, we are still in a situation […]
It’s the question on everyone’s mind, what is the real estate market going to do next year? While there is no crystal ball, there are a lot of predictions based on cycles, previous years, and future forecasting. We asked the folks at Realtor.com what their predictions for the upcoming year were, and here is what […]
We had another strong month in November for housing sales in Skagit County. Real Estate is still booming, with severe shortages of listings in the $250,000 to $350,000 price range. “The pool of buyers exceeds the number of listings on the market. This leads to homes being snapped up quickly when they come on the […]
We are hosting 10 homes open this weekend throughout the Skagit Valley, including Anacortes, Sedro Woolley, Mount Vernon, and on Whidbey Island! Take a look & fall in love with your dream home!
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After a short slowdown driven by holidays and cold weather, the Skagit County real estate market has perked right up!
2017 continued the bull market in housing seen since the lows of 2010 through 2012, with median prices up across the board an average of 8.7%. Buyer activity is very strong, with 50% of new listings selling in the first month, another all time high.
Here at John L Scott, we’ve been very bullish about the real estate market in Anacortes and the Pacific Northwest for many years now as the real estate market has been going strong with home values consistently trending upward. Based on the quarterly market data, the latest data that we have pulled for 2017, and our […]
PRTables_Jan16News Release KIRKLAND, Washington (February 4, 2016) – Depleted inventory is contributing to “overwhelming” traffic at open houses, shifts in strategies for both buyers and sellers, and escalating prices, according to officials with the Northwest Multiple Listing Service. Dick Beeson, a former chairman of the MLS board, said the lack of inventory in almost every […]