Green Lake (Greenlake) Real Estate 2008 Market Round Up

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seattle real estateGreen Lake real estate (Greenlake real estate) - For residential only listings in Green Lake Seattle, here are some of the numbers:

There are currently 137 active listings in the Seattle neighborhood of Green Lake ranging in price from $280,000 to $1,335,000. Average days on market for the active listings is 65 days, but there are exceptions if you are willing to price your property competitively, negotiate with buyers, and work hard to get your property ready for the market. The median price for a Green Lake home is currently $519,000 according to the active listings. There is one Contingent property in Green Lake and 27 Pending properties. Pending Green Lake houses range from $287,500 to $1,195,000 with a median price of $404,000 and an average days on market of 52 days.

Six Months of Closed Sales in Green Lake

Six months of sales data reveals that 158 Green Lake houses have sold with an average days on market of 52 days. This is not doom and gloom, but rather a more normal market than we have seen for many years. The prices of these Green Lake listings which have sold range from $280,000 to $1,259,000 with a median price of $496,000. The highest amount of sales for the last six months in this market occurred in the price ranges beginning at $300,000 and with good numbers all the way up to around $700,000. In addition, 7 Green Lake houses sold in the last six months for over a million dollars with average days on markets of 44 days and 35 days depending on the price.

My Seattle Realtor opinion?

Seattle real estate in city is great and things are still selling. They are taking longer and there are not as many multiple offers, but houses are selling. Green Lake real estate is still going! If you are interested in buying or selling Seattle real estate, please feel free to get a hold of me - there are still loans out there and now is a great window if you are in a position to do it! If you need to sell now, then please let me help you navigate this market! Things have changed and you really do need someone on your side!

All data compiled by Cooper Jacobs Real Estate Services from MLS numbers in October 2008

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Seattle real estate has been a huge part of my life for well over a decade since I began my career in real estate,but also before that time when I was in the process of purchasing my own first home.  Buying your first home can be quite overwhelming,but I have managed to help many first time home buyers along the way.

Move up Seattle buyers and other types of specialized purchasing is a great passion of mine!  I love Seattle houseboats and you can find me down on the docks of Lake Union and Portage Bay several times a week.   Other aspects of Seattle real estate that I adore include Queen Anne Real Estate,Wallingford Real EstateBallard Real EstateGreen Lake Real EstateLaurelhurst Real EstateMagnolia Real Estate,and Seattle Waterfront Real Estate

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