Not Seattle, which grew at just a .7% rate between 2020 and 2021. Bellevue only grew at .5%; adding only 750 new residents. Not Arlington, which grew at 4.1% or Edgewood, which grew at 6.4%; but Black Diamond! Black Diamond grew at a rate of 13% for the same timeframe. This is due, in great part, to the new community of Ten Trails; which has been under construction since 2018 and is expected to eventually bring 15,000 people to the city.
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Area Market Updates • My Thoughts • February 4, 2022
Fastest-Growing City in Seattle Area?
by Betsy Weyer
Market Updates First Recent Year Over Year Price Drop King County held steady longer than surrounding areas, but marked a 7% year over year sales price reduction in February; according to the NWMLS. This was the first monthly, year over year drop since May 2020. Prices in 2022 continued to rise through the second quarter, so we will likely see this become a pattern. […]
My Thoughts Substantial Losses Reported at Zillow & Redfin The Seattle Times recently reported that both Redfin and Zillow showed drops in gross profit, with substantial losses. Over my decades in the industry, I have focused on doing an exemplary job of representing both my buyer and seller clients. Real Estate is a people business, with excellent service dependent upon good technical knowledge and […]
My Thoughts Escrow Tip-Escrow and IRS Reporting This post is courtesy of Chicago Title Insurance, re-posted with permisssion What exactly do settlement agents have to report to the Internal Revenue Service? In accordance with IRS Regulations the settlement agent must report the sale or transfer of an interest in U.S. real property by filing IRS form 1099-S Proceeds from Real Estate transactions, […]