Even as home price increases have been slowing, Seattle continues to have the fastest growing housing market in the nation. Across the greater Seattle area, the average cost of a single-family home was 10.4 percent more in November than a year ago.
Seattle Times writer Mike Rosenberg states that this is the third straight month that Seattle has led the nation with the hottest housing market after a nine-year stretch without being on top.
Here is a breakdown of the average median home prices for different school districts within the Puget Sound area:
If you are interested in selling your home, now is the perfect time. With increased buyer competition and increasing home prices, we are seeing homes spend less days on the market and sell for benchmark prices. Rosenberg states that homes are currently being forecasted to sell within three weeks which is twice as fast as a year ago. Contact me to learn how I’m uniquely positioned to effectively list your property in today’s hot housing market.
To read the full article, please visit: Seattle Times | Seattle chugs along as America’s hottest home market despite slowing a bit