Real estate news in Seattle
Rising prices and rates are driving up mortgage payments which are pushing up demand for rentals.
Rent growth also slowed in December, posting the lowest monthly increase since February 2020.
StorageCafe surveyed 11,000 Americans to determine what, exactly, makes a friendly community — and where those communities are.
The financial service provider IPX1031 has conducted a study to determine the overall best states in which to own a tiny home.
December housing sales fell lower than they have since the start of the pandemic, a new Redfin report found.
“MBA expects solid growth in purchase activity this year, as demographic drivers and the strong economy support housing demand,. However, the strength in growth will be dependent on housing inventory growing more rapidly to meet demand.” — Mortgage Bankers Association associate vice president of economic and industry forecasting Joel Kan
Renton’s Permit Ready Accessory Dwelling Unit (PRADU) program may offer some respite from the state’s current housing crisis
Washington has been hit harder by the housing crisis than any other state, according to a new study by the Washington State Department of Commerce. Washington ranks last among 50 states in the ratio of housing units to the number of existing households, the EcoNorthwest study revealed.
The Washington State Department of Commerce has awarded $2.4 million in Transit-Oriented Development Implementation (TODI) grants to 11 communities to review zoning areas served by current or forthcoming high-frequency bus service and light-rail transit.
The city of Bellevue is offering mediation to help tenants and landlords negotiate repayment of overdue rent resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report by Seattle King County REALTORS® (SKCR).