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How do 2006 home sales compare with 2007 home sales in Sequim and Port Angeles. Here's a single chart with a lot of information packed into it with a graph that includes:- The total number of homes sold by comparison in both years- The average price of homes sold by comparison in both years (sca...
Homes for sale do not always sell for the original listing price, but how much less do they actually sell for in this market? This graphic represents the original listing price (in total dollar volume) and the actual selling price (in total dollar volume) in Port Angeles and Sequim (site built an...
What did 2007 home sales look like in Sequim? Here is a graphic summary of home sales in Sequim categorized by price range. [Click on graphic to enlarge.]The majority of sales in Sequim were in the price range of $200,000 to $350,000, and there were more single family homes sold in the higher pri...
What did 2007 home sales look like in Port Angeles? Here is a graphic summary of home sales in Port Angeles categorized by price range. [Click on graphic to enlarge.]The majority of sales in Port Angeles were in the price range of $175,000 to $300,000, and there were more single family homes sold...
Real estate prices have stalled and dropped in some areas in and around Sequim and Port Angeles, Washington, but appreciation has far exceeded the minor price decreases as shown in this data from Standard and Poor's: Seattle is a substantially different market than the Olympic Peninsula, but the ...
Did you know you could purchase a lot or vacant land that cannot produce drinking water? Did you know that you could purchase a home with a private well that dries up part of the year, or has a low water flow? Imagine having to haul drinking water and having to install a storage tank for all your...
While much of the county struggles with a depressing real estate market, Washington State does not, and the Sequim and Port Angeles areas do not. We struggle with a slowing market, but not a crisis market by any measurement.The luxury home market is unique, and especially interesting in this mark...