Juanita in Kirkland Washington Real Estate Median Sale Price Up 58%

Juanita in Kirkland Washington Real Estate Median Sale Price Year to Date Up 58%

 

The median sale price of single-family homes in Juanita in Kirkland, Washington continues to rise. The median price in December 2012 was $385,000. So far in November 2013 it rose to $608,000 which is a 58% increase. This is in the favor of sellers:

Juanita in Kirkland Washington Real Estate

 

Juanita in Kirkland Washington Real Estate

 

 

Keep in mind that this is for single-family homes and does not include condominiums.

Keep in mind too that the median is the "middle number" in a group of numbers but this gives you an idea how the real estate market is in Juanita.


 
If you are thinking  about selling your home in Juanita this may be a great time to sell.

Call Lana at (425) 290-3114 for a FREE market analysis.

 

* Source: Northwest Multiple Listing Service (NWMLS.) The NWMLS did not compile or publish this information. Information is believed to be accurate but should not be relied upon without verification.

Lana Robbins, Managing Broker, Realtor ®

Phone (206) 445-8034
Email: Lana (at) AlohaKaiRealEstate.com

Ed Hinman, Vice President

Phone (206) 445-8034

Email: Info (at) AlohaKaiRealEstate.com

 

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Comments

That looks very positive for home owners who want/need to sell, refinance, take equity, etc. 

The question is, is it sustainable????

Posted by Lenn Harley, Real Estate Broker - Virginia & Maryland (Lenn Harley, Homefinders.com, MD & VA Homes and Real Estate) almost 5 years ago

Hi Lenn. The Kirkland area is unique in that Microsoft, Google, Boeing, and other corporations bring in more people to the area so I think demand will remain high in the area thus the prices. Is it sustainable? I think it depends on the people being drawn to the area. I highly doubt they will stop coming or moving to the greater Seattle area. Businesses are so diversified. Not just on government jobs.

Posted by Lana Robbins Licensed Managing Broker/Owner, Licensed in Washington and Florida (Aloha Kai Real Estate) almost 5 years ago

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