Juanita in Kirkland Washington Real Estate Median Sale Price Up 58%

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Juanita in Kirkland Washington Real Estate Median Sale Price Year to Date Up 58%

 

The median sale price of single-family homes in Juanita in Kirkland, Washington continues to rise. The median price in December 2012 was $385,000. So far in November 2013 it rose to $608,000 which is a 58% increase. This is in the favor of sellers:

Juanita in Kirkland Washington Real Estate

 

Juanita in Kirkland Washington Real Estate

 

 

Keep in mind that this is for single-family homes and does not include condominiums.

Keep in mind too that the median is the "middle number" in a group of numbers but this gives you an idea how the real estate market is in Juanita.


 
If you are thinking  about selling your home in Juanita this may be a great time to sell.

Call Lana at (425) 290-3114 for a FREE market analysis.

 

* Source: Northwest Multiple Listing Service (NWMLS.) The NWMLS did not compile or publish this information. Information is believed to be accurate but should not be relied upon without verification.

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Lana Robbins, Managing Broker, Realtor ®

Phone (206) 445-8034
Email: Lana (at) AlohaKaiRealEstate.com

Ed Hinman, Vice President

Phone (206) 445-8034

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That looks very positive for home owners who want/need to sell, refinance, take equity, etc. 

The question is, is it sustainable????

Dec 05, 2013 06:38 PM #1
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Hi Lenn. The Kirkland area is unique in that Microsoft, Google, Boeing, and other corporations bring in more people to the area so I think demand will remain high in the area thus the prices. Is it sustainable? I think it depends on the people being drawn to the area. I highly doubt they will stop coming or moving to the greater Seattle area. Businesses are so diversified. Not just on government jobs.

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