Prices Slip Slightly But No Cooling Down For Seattle

Median home sale prices actually declined from June to July in some parts of the metro Puget Sound region, but other indicators show that unlike the weather, the housing market isn’t cooling off.

New numbers out Wednesday from the Northwest Multiple Listing Service (NWMLS) show the median July sales price of single-family homes had a month-over-month decrease of 3 percent in King County and 4 percent in Pierce County. Yet based on the total number of properties that sold, it was still the best July on record…

Home prices fall in July, but that doesn’t mean market’s cooling down – PSBJ

King County median home prices slip as market cools a bit – Seattle Times

No summer slowdown in home sales in Western Washington – KING 5

Columbia Center sold to Hong Kong investors – Seattle Times

$6,400 a month for a one-bedroom in South Lake Union? – PSBJ

Why Millennials Are Dominating the Housing Market – US News

Developer’s Pioneer Square Project Shot Down, Then Saved by the City – The Weekly

Redfin set out to change real estate. Then real estate changed Redfin – Vox