Magnolia’s real estate market continues its surge
The median list price this week in Magnolia is $1,016,950 is unchanged from last week’s list price of $1,016,950. The Market Action Index (MAI see below chart) has been trending down lately, while day-on-market climbing, providing mostly bearish signs for the market.
Supply and demand
The Magnolia real estate market continues to get hotter. More sales demand and fewer homes listed have contributed to a relatively long run of increasing prices. Current supply and demand levels show no sign of prices changing from their current trend.
Average days-on-market: 160 up from last week’s 156 days.
Percent of properties with price decreases: 23% unchanged from last week’s 23%.
Prices in Magnolia hit another all time high this week. You can see prices continue to march higher. Look for a persistent downtrend in the Market Action Index into the Buyer’s zone as a leading indicator of the price strength finally abating.
Localized real estate market reports are great for getting a “feel” of what that specific market is doing. For a more accurate pricing on residential property a Competitive Market Analysis (CMA) needs to be done comparing your home with current
properties that have sold recently in your neighborhood for a detailed report contact Adrian Willanger @ 206 909-7536.
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Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood is the second largest neighborhood in the Seattle area with roughly 20,000 residents. Magnolia is bordered by Salmon Bay and Shilshole Bay and the Lake Washington Ship Canal. The majority of homes in Magnolia are either built near or close to a hill allowing many Magnolia residents great views. View homes in Magnolia are a prize to be had and are in great demand.Living in Magnolia
Water, Parks, views and shopping Magnolia
Magnolia in addition to being surrounded on three sides by water it has an abundance of public parks that offer visitors and occupants the opportunity to hike, run, picnic while enjoy major water and mountain views. One of the largest attractions of Magnolia is the “Village” which has everything one needs without having to drive away from the neighborhood. The popular shopping community has many homes for sale that are within walking distance to Magnolia Village.
Sunday’s open houses in Magnolia are always extremely busy filled with residents of Magnolia and home-buyers looking to purchase a home in Magnolia.