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1796 10th Ave NE #1221, Issaquah, Washington

$569,990 - 2 Beds - 2½ Baths - 1,350 Sqft

Stylish townhouse in the heart of the Issaquah Highlands. Freshly painted interior, refinished hardwood floors and brand new carpet makes this perfect place to call home. Great room concept with double sided gas fireplace which leads to your chef's kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Master bedroom has a large private bathroom with a shower, soaking tub and a walk-in closet. Other features include a second bedroom with a full bath, attached two car garage and laundry room. Pre-wired for speakers, wired for internet and phone, plus built in closet systems. Walking distance to restaurants, movie theater & shops. Free 1 year home warranty! 

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Issaquah Highlands: Name Your Selling Price And We'll Bring The Buyers!

 

2017 was a record year for The Issaquah Highlands. Some sections of the housing market increased by nearly 30% with the overall price for a home increasing just under 18% for the year. Take a look at an in-depth review of The Issaquah Highlands market from the number 1 listing brokerage in the Issaquah Highlands and see where the housing market has grown, the highest priced SOLD home, the home that went the MOST over asking price, and also get an idea of what to expect in 2018.

See Full Issaquah Highlands Housing Market Update HERE

With record low inventory literally causing a Housing Shortage Crisis We have many buyers out there looking and with a lack of inventory,

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Seattle-area home market was nation’s hottest for 2017 — and cheaper areas from Bellingham to Spokane weren’t far behind

Originally published February 27, 2018 at 7:01 am Updated February 27, 2018 at 3:10 pm 

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By  Mike Rosenberg  Seattle Times business reporter   Seattle keeps chugging along as the fastest-rising housing market in the United States, even as home prices nationally grow nearly five times faster than the country’s historical average. And other Washington towns, from Wenatchee to Bellingham to Spokane, aren’t far behind.

Seattle finished 2017 as the hottest housing market in the country for the entire year, and isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. And even cheaper towns in Washington,

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Property tax exemption program for senior citizens and disabled persons

 

Available To:
Taxpayers who are, on December 31 of the year before the taxes are due, at least 61 years of age or older; OR retired from regular gainful employment by reason of disability; OR a veteran of the armed forces of the United States entitled to and receiving compensation from the United States Department of Veteran Affairs at a total disability rating for a service-connected disability.

Program Benefits:
The qualifying applicant receives a reduction in the amount of property taxes due.  The amount of the reduction is based on the applicant's income, the value of the residence, and the local levy rates.

Qualifying Activity:
Own and occupy a

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Housing Crisis 2018: Lack of Housing Supply Creates Critical Shortage In All Price Points

And this time the crisis is all about one thing: supply

WESTERN WASHINGTON and specifically (King County) is in the midst of a housing crisis. But the affordable housing crisis isn't just hitting Seattle. It's spreading to outlying areas, where fewer and fewer people can now afford. This is largely the result of lopsided supply and demand. According to recent real estate reports, housing markets across King County are still suffering from a lack of inventory. There are plenty of buyers entering the market, but not enough properties to go around. Last year King County prices soared over 11% on average with some areas nearing 30% appreciation in just 1 year.

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New Listing In South Cove Issaquah Near Lake Sammamish

Come and check out this new listing in the Greenwood Point neighborhood in South Cove with private beach access.  This 4 bedroom 3.5 bath 2300 square foot home is a must see that has been completely renovated and taken down the to the studs. As you enter you will be greeted with vaulted ceilings which leads in to your formal living room with fireplace. The kitchen is one a true chef could appreciate with quartz countertops, duel fuel gas range, new KitchenAid appliances, large center island, custom cabinets and backsplash. Large family room with vaulted ceilings and cozy fireplace. Upstairs find 2 master suites both with completely updated baths attached w/quartz and mud set showers. Two more

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Inventory is scarce right now - Thinking of selling or know someone who is? Buyers are paying higher prices due to the lack of inventory. Don't wait until the Spring when you will be in more competition with other sellers. Remember, I offer full service to my clients with a 1% listing fee - Check out my Zillow profile for more info and to check out my reviews! http://www.zillow.com/profile/Leanna-Young./ 

King County home prices hit new highs, inventory at new lows

Originally published January 6, 2016 at 12:50 pm Updated January 7, 2016 at 6:45 am     The median price of single-family homes sold in King County in December jumped 15 percent over the year to a new record of $508,000. Climbing prices and scarce listings…
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GET TO KNOW TROSSACHS

Everything You Need to Know About Your Trossachs Neighborhood

Here are the answers to your questions about Trossachs!

1.  How much have home values in Trossachs increased just since January 1st of this year?  Price per square foot in Trossachs has gone UP from $256.49 per sq ft to $276.08 per sq ft.  Sale prices have gone UP from 99.40% of the asking price up to 103.61% of the asking price. That is an increase of 7.2% OR on an $800,000 home an increase of over $57,600!

2.  What is the average number of days a Trossachs home takes to sell?  19 Days

3.  What is the price per square foot difference between a Buchan and a Murray Franklin Home in Trossachs?  Sold Buchan Homes are going for: $287.68 per sq ft with a

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 Been wondering what is going on by the Safeway across from Umqua Bank?  Take a read below! 

Lennar Multifamily Communities has announced leasing plans for Atlas, its new 344-unit apartment home community on Northwest Gilman Boulevard.

Pre-leasing for Atlas will begin this month, with the first move-ins slated for June.

Janie Prill-Gonzalez, a regional property manager for Lennar Multifamily, said leasing prices start at $1,350 a month for a studio apartment; $1,500 a month for a one-bedroom; $1,775 a month for a one-bedroom with den; $2,189 for a two-bedroom; and $2,480 for a two-bedroom with den.

 Currently nearing completion of its first phase, Atlas is Lennar’s first Issaquah development. The apartments all boast quartz countertops,…
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If you are like many homebuyers you may be concerned that if you decide to pull the trigger and purchase that you will be paying too much and that this bubble will burst again like it did in 2007.  I am hear to tell you that although there is no crystal ball, our home values had taken such a beating that we are now just above where we were in 2006 and have plenty of room to appreciate from here.

For Example: Let's say at the height of the market your home was worth 500,000 dollars.  If your home appreciated just 5 percent (pretty standard appreciation) from 2008-2016 your home would now be worth $775,664 - See below for the breakdown

2008- $525,000

2009 - $551,250

2010 - $578,812

2011 - $607,753

2012 - $638,140

2013 - $670,047

2014

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