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This next round of #MarketMonday highlights some factors that have been influencing the real estate market. We also reflect on where the real estate market was last month compared to where it’s headed for the second half of 2015. Continue following our blog posts because as you’ll read in the articles below, the real estate market continues to change. We will help you stay up-to-date!

My team is happy to answer any questions about the current real estate market or to discuss what is most important to you whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest in today’s market.


Millennials prefer walking to driving, so housing market is changing

In our last blog post, we touched on this topic as well. Adding to the conversation, millennials continue to influence all industries since they are the largest target market. Millennials are very active and they want to have everything in walking distance, including work, play and necessities. This is changing the game in real estate because realtors are having to adjust to these preferences. This article goes more in-depth on the topic and it’s a really interesting read!


Seattle-Area Home Prices & Home Sales Still Trending Up

With Seattle’s rapid growth, home inventory is low. This is influencing home prices and home sales. This article provides insight into the current state of Seattle-area home prices; however, don’t get discouraged before you read! It’s an informative article.


Better Days Ahead for First-Time Buyers

This article gives great insight into what the real estate market is going to be like in the second half of the year. It’s going to be a more balanced out market for buyers and sellers.


US home sales surged in June to fastest pace in 8-plus years

This article just recaps the great sellers market real estate had in June! It also touches on what home sales have been like due to low home inventory across many different U.S. markets.


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