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These Seattle area market trends are useful for sellers and buyers. Below are the links to real estate data for over fifty zip codes. Updated monthly, they consist of historical and current data in the form of three data sets: Three-Year Inventory and Sales, Average Days-On-Market, and Average Sold Price. The Zip codes cover areas on both sides and around Lake Washington. Most charts depict single-family homes. Condo data is shown in Zip codes areas with a great density of condo projects. For information on Zip codes not covered here, contact Gerhard Ade.
Charts for over 50 zip codes: Inventory, Sales, Days-On-Market, and Sold.
Inventory is the number of active (“For Sale”) properties. When the number of active properties is higher than the number of closed sales buyers have the upper hand. When there is more supply than demand, prices tend to fall.
Conversely, when there are only a few active listings because a large number of homes have sold, the seller has the advantage. When demand outstrips supply, prices usually rise.
Another indicator of a sellers’ market is the days of supply of properties. That is the time it would take to deplete the supply if no new homes were coming on the market (no new homes listed for sale).
The three-year graphs for more than 50 Zip codes keep you informed about the Seattle market trend. Come back monthly for any of the Zip Codes to keep up with the current Seattle area market trends.
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If you need more detailed information on Seattle area market trends and home sales, such as home prices in your neighborhood, don’t hesitate to contact me.