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330 NE 91st Street Unit C Seattle, WA 98115 – ACTIVE

Proudly Listed at $599,990|NWMLS #1920872| 2BR 1BA 1,091 sq. ft.| 689 sq. ft. lot. Open House 4/23 and 4/24 - 12-3pm! Perfect rental property or new home! Unbeatable location just blocks from newly opened Northgate Light Rail Station, Kraken practice facility, Northgate Public Library, Community Center, I-5 + walkable to N. Seattle College & Greenlake.…
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Seattle Housing Market: Prices | Trends | Forecast 2021-2022

Seattle Real Estate Market The low inventory and high competition in the Seattle housing market continue to make it difficult for homebuyers to find a place to call home. Increasing single-family home prices have resulted from a widespread housing boom fueled by historically low interest rates and a scarcity of available properties, making homeownership out of reach…
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330 NE 91st Street Unit B Seattle, WA 98115 – SOLD

Sold and Closed at $700,000 2 Bed| Office | 1.5 Bath | 1,000 Sq Ft | 0.058 Acres SOLD - MLS#1797602 - Luxury new construction in coveted Maple Leaf is a stunning blend of modern design & NW style on a rare private 2,532 sq ft lot. Open floor plan living accentuated by gleaming wide…
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Completed Foreclosures Down 31% from Year Ago but Remain High

Completed foreclosures continued their descent into September, falling 31% from a year ago, according to data from CoreLogic. The analytics company reported the number of homes lost to foreclosure in September dropped to 57,000. The decline is a steep drop from 83,000 in September 2011, and a decrease from the upwardly revised 59,000 in August.…
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REOs: Where Are They Now?

Five years into the housing crisis, and foreclosures remain elevated. We’ve seen temporary lulls in home repossessions that coincided with the implementation of new state and municipal mediation efforts, moratoria enacted as federal programs ramped up, and suspensions of filings as lenders initiated paperwork reviews last fall. But by all accounts, the foreclosure tide has yet…
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After Big Jump in August…Foreclosure Starts in Washington and Oregon Fall Again

New foreclosure actions in the Northwest returned to levels in line with prior months during September, according to ForeclosureRadar. The leveling off in September follows a strong surge in foreclosure starts during the month of August in Washington and Oregon and puts new foreclosure tallies far below the numbers seen at the peak of their foreclosure activity.…
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Job Loss Could Put One in Three Out of Their Home

One in three Americans would be unable to make their mortgage or rent payment beyond one month if they lost their job, according to the results of a national survey taken in mid-September. Despite being more affluent, the poll found that even those with higher annual household incomes indicate they are not guaranteed to make…
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Mortgage Delinquincies Rise Sharply Over Past Two Months

Lender Processing Services (LPS) issued a report Tuesday which puts the number of mortgages that are delinquent or in foreclosure at 6,538,000. The company’s assessment is based on mortgage performance statistics derived from its loan-level database of nearly 40 million mortgage loans through the end of July. The grand total of past-due mortgages has risen…
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