Seattle area may be in “suburban revival” as outlying areas grew this past year …  and … The underlying cause of the new home construction slowdown.

Latest Northwest MLS press release

Digital closings have significantly increased since 2019

The underlying cause of the new home construction slowdown

Real estate investors purchased record number of U.S. homes in second quarter of 2021

End of the housing boom may occur with future rise in mortgage rates

Seattle area may be in “suburban revival” as outlying areas grew this past year

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Pending home sales lower as ‘seesaw’ market continues

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Mortgage rates indicate it may still be a good time to buy

Steps to qualify for a mortgage

Free personal finance course to improve your financial literacy

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First simulated cruise ship will leave Seattle to test COVID protocols
Events that have come back to Pike Place Market
CDC gives information’s on mask usage for teachers and students
New neighborhood greenway in the works for East Bellevue

Animals in Spokane that are waiting to be adopted

Possible future lid project for I-5 to be passed on to future Seattle mayor

Best place to eat cake in Seattle area

Single-use plastic ban begins October 1 in Washington

Food trucks every Thursday at Capital Mall

New waste reduction classes offered by the City of Spokane

Nearly a quarter of Seattle homes bought with all-cash offers

America’s oldest working nurse retires from Tacoma hospital at age 96

Construction underway on UW Tacoma campus for new building

Take a look at five fun summer backyard design ideas

“Every moment has it’s pleasures and its hope.” – Jane Austen

You’ve probably heard the saying, “You don’t know what you don’t know.” It refers to problems or opportunities you simply aren’t aware of. There may be issues or opportunities concerning your home that you can’t see. For example, your property may have gone up in value more than you realized. Or, there may be opportunities on the market that are worth looking into. That’s why I recommend we have a conversation periodically, ideally once a year. That way, you can get updated on your home’s value and what the current marketplace is like. Plus, you’ll get insights into any issues or opportunities you wouldn’t otherwise be able to see. Want to schedule that conversation? Contact us anytime.

Your Real Estate Team @ The Baltaga Group