first time buyers: Everett Homes for Sale between $200k - $300k - 02/26/14 02:19 AM
Everett Homes for Sale between $200k - $300k, offer incredible value and opportunity.
 
Everett is a City working very hard to re-establish itself as the major community North of Seattle and is offering steady growth from a very cost-effective platform. Ideally situated away from major city suburbia and:
 
·         with wonderful views over Possession Sound
·         being on the borders of extensive farming communities to its North and East,
·         within a short drive of excellent skiing resorts such as Stevens Pass, Snoqualmie
·         having beautiful, ever changing views of the Cascade Mountains, Olympics, and the jewels of Mount Baker and Mount … (1 comments)

first time buyers: Condominiums for Sale in Everett, WA - 02/17/14 12:24 PM
With the market definitely on the up in the Everett and surrounding areas, now is a good time to check out the condominiums for sale in Everett, WA. There is currently an excellent selection to suit all markets, consisting today of 86 active properties, as listed below.

 Condominiums for Sale in Everett, WA
 Within these 86 there are:
26 listed at under $100k 27 listed between $100k and $200k 26 listed between $200k and $300k and 7 listed at prices above $300k, of which one is a unique historic property complete with a view out over the bay, for a … (0 comments)

first time buyers: Everett House Prices – A Simple Two Year Comparative Analysis - 02/16/14 08:59 AM
Everett House Prices – A Simple Two Year Comparative Analysis
 
A simple review of the data in the NWMLS shows that there has been a clear and significant positive trend in housing prices over the period from January 2012 through January 2014 in the areas from Lynnwood, north through Marysville.
 
For the purposes of this review I have extracted the monthly median sales prices on all residential properties in the Everett region and, for further validation and comparison, extracted similar date for its neighboring areas of Marysville and Lynnwood.
 
The differences in population, population density and property types … (0 comments)

 


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