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The easiest way to save money on a home in this market.

Shortest blog on record maybe. The easiest way to save money is to not procrastinate and purchase sooner rather than later. Here's a snippet off Zillow:  

The median home value in Seattle is $592,200. Seattle home values have gone up 15.3% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will rise 6.9% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Seattle is $420, which is higher than the Seattle Metro average of $214. The median price of homes currently listed in Seattle is $575,000. The median rent price in Seattle is $2,495, which is higher than the Seattle Metro median of $2,000.

Of course the adjacent areas and south sound are not nearly as over heated but say even an 12% increase over a year is realistic then a home of $250,000 will have gone up to $265,000 in then next 6 months. Could price you right out of your dream home or cost you dearly in more money out of pocket when you purchase or more in monthly payment. Either way do you want to avoid that financial hit. 

The stop looking and purchase. If and when of course you find just the right home with a real estate broker that will give all the possible protections when you purchase and arm you with all the right information to make an informed choice. Want that? Then call text or email me below to start a conversation.

call me at (253) 380-2612
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