Property value trends

Property value trends 1Q-2019 Housing Sales & Prices Showing More Signs of Trend Reversal in Northwest and Nation This article, including minor edits for brevity or emphasis here, was originally published by David Haggith in Seeking Alpha – Real Estate / Market Outlook 5/23/2019 Summary Existing home sales were down again nationally (4.4%) in April (fourteenth month in a row of declining sales year on year). Prices are now down 3.5% in Seattle […]
Property value trends Eastern Washington – Spokane Area Real Estate Market Update – The Gardner Report – Q4 2018 The following analysis of the Eastern Washington real estate market is provided by Windermere Real Estate Chief Economist Matthew Gardner. We hope that this information may assist you with making better-informed real estate decisions. For further information about the housing market in your area, please don’t hesitate to contact your Windermere agent. ECONOMIC OVERVIEW The […]
Property value trends Market Mismatch – Fewer Options for Starter & Trade-Up Home Buyers, Luxury Surplus Growing Market Mismatch Leaves Fewer Options for Starter & Trade-Up Homes; Luxury Home Surplus Expanding Re-posted February 15th, 2107 The following article, although detailing nationwide trends, has relevance to our regional Spokane-CDA market for Q1/Q2 2017 as well. The general trends of growing demand for shrinking supply in starters and trade-ups is reflected in the SAR and […]
Property value trends Q1-2016 Spokane & National Real Estate Market Trends Report RPG's Real Estate Market Trends Summary – Q1-2016 Newsletter After a sky-rocketing surge in sales activity stats nationwide to end Q4-2015 last December, existing-home sales activity tumbled in Q1-2016, particularly in many of the hottest markets. Hit by continuing low supply levels and unrelenting price growth the National Association of Realtors (NAR) reported that all four […]
Property value trends Spokane – Coeur d’Alene 2015 Year-end Real Estate Executive Summary & 2016 Preview RPG's January 2016 Newsletter Solid, modest gains during 2015 – That’s the kind of year we’ve experienced in the Spokane and North Idaho markets for 2015. Overall, the data was not as flashy, nor as headlines-grabbing as the bigger, hotter markets across the nation, or Washington state for that matter.  Still, our market definitely saw […]
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