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Coldwell Banker Realty acquires Pacific Northwest real estate powerhouse Coldwell Banker Bain

Coldwell Banker Bain’s 1,300 brokers in 37 offices, plus the management team, will remain in place and operate under the firm’s current name.

When’s the best time to sell a home in Seattle?

If you’re planning to sell your home this spring, get moving. A new report from Zillow says listing it on a Thursday in late April will reap you the greatest reward.

Is the pandemic-driven second home buying boom over?

Report finds buyers are backing off from buying second homes, but what’s causing the turnaround?

How much space does $1,500 get you in Seattle?

Our expectations and desires have shifted, with renters searching for more space — often at a higher price tag. And, according to a new study from RentCafe, that’s especially true in Seattle.

Redfin completes acquisition of Bay Equity Home Loans for $137.8 million

The move fuels Redfin’s plan to become a one-stop shop to buy, sell, rent or finance a home.

J. Lennox Scott shares his King County housing outlook for the rest of 2022

Scott urged homebuyers to keep recent interest rate hikes in perspective and said job growth will be key to a robust housing market.

Seattle, Bellevue named among top 15 best cities to live in America

Rankings were calculated in several areas, including crime rates, public schools, housing trends, diversity, cost of living, nightlife, outdoor activities and employment opportunities.

Seattle among top 15 metros for real estate development

StorageCafe conducted a study on construction in the 50 largest metros — and among them, Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue ranks 12th for growth.

Hunts Point named No. 3 most-expensive housing town in the nation

Nationwide, there are 481 million-dollar cities on Zillow’s list, meaning towns with a typical home value of $1 million or more.

Seattle ranked the No. 31 least-affordable housing market in the U.S.

A Seattle household earning the median annual salary of $104,900 would need to spend 36.37% of that salary to afford the median-priced home of $679,000.

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