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Marco Kronen
In-city real estate specialist
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The condominium market in Seattle remains relatively unchanged from February. The advantage is still to the Seller with high odds of selling and selling above... Continue reading
Coffee Table Chat - Episode 4 Our video series addressing actual client questions and concerns in our current market. They will cover whatever issues our... Continue reading
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After converting their reservation holders into Purchase and Sale Agreements, NEXUS released all unsold homes to the public on Saturday March 18th. Following the conversion... Continue reading
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We attended the NEXUS VIP Reception last night and were able to tour the full sized two bedroom model home within the sales center and... Continue reading
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NEXUS condominiums had their ground breaking ceremony this morning. Present were representatives from Burrard Group who is the Developer on the project, Weber Thompson who... Continue reading
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The condominium market in Seattle continues to be a seller's market with low inventory and swift sales performance. The graphs below show statistics for Seattle... Continue reading
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The sales team at NEXUS condominiums has released an updated schedule of how the events and sales process will progress from now through the public... Continue reading
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The penthouse at Bay Vista in Belltown hit the market last month and it is the most expensive condominium unit to ever be listed in... Continue reading
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According to the Wall Street Journal, Seattle should be expecting to see an influx of Chinese home buyers as a result of British Columbia's newly... Continue reading
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NEXUS condominiums, breaking ground this month and completing in 2018, announced that they will open their sales center and model home next month in March.... Continue reading
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These crazy prices—it’s not a demand problem, it’s a supply problem. This may not be news to some, but this recent article from the Seattle... Continue reading
Hi Michael, due to the size and location of the new U Place condos, I do suspect your guess is mostly correct. Even though they will be small, pricing will still likely be too expensive for students to purchase, but I see parents buying for thier kids who are in school. I do see them also being a popular option for first time buyers who are being priced out of larger condos here in Seattle. However I dont see it being in high demand with professors. They might not want to live that close to students. I also think a good fit would medical professionals looking for a close by crash pad after long crazy shifts at UWMC or Childrens Hospitals. Thanks for your comments and thoughts! Marco Kronen In-City Real Estate Specialist Windermere Real Estate Office 206.324.8900 Cell 206.396.2443 Windermere Capitol Hill 1112 19th Ave E. Seattle, Wa 98112 Marco@urbanmarco.com Www.UrbanMarco.com Www.SeattleCondoReview.com
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2200 Westlake is a condominium community that consists of 3 towers built in 2006 in South Lake Union/Denny Triangle. The main floor of two of... Continue reading
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As we forge into 2017 it is a good time to take a look at what major condominium building projects are in the pipeline to... Continue reading
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According to new data from S&P Case-Shiller National Home Price Index, Seattle is now the hottest real estate market in the nation. Seattle's home prices rose 11% between September 2015 and 2016. Continue reading
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ONE88, a condominium tower, is coming to Bellevue and is brought to you by Bosa, the developer of Insignia in Seattle. Continue reading
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Ever wonder how Bertha’s progress might affect condo buildings downtown? Well now I’m wondering myself because it’s been so quiet, but when touring one of the condo buildings in Belltown this week, I noticed the systemic monitors mounted on the condo building’s outdoor terrace and it got me thinking. Is anybody even noticing anything? Continue reading
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If you are looking to purchase a new construction condominium home in a high rise condo building, these 12 units are literally your last chance for the next several years to do so. Continue reading
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Mayor Ed Murray has announced that the city has reached a tentative deal with Bosa Development, the developer of Insignia Condominiums in Belltown, for the long-delayed Civic Square project in Downtown Seattle. Continue reading
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In this recent article by the Seattle times, they do a great job of highlighting the “soaring” 11.4% pricing increases of homes in the Greater Seattle area, but one key thing we have to keep in mind, which often gets overlooked by generalized statistics, is that real estate market trends are very local, and can vary widely from county to county, city to city, and even from neighborhood to neighborhood within the same city. Seattle’s market is very local. Continue reading
Ever wonder what made Seattle what it is today? Check out this fun summary of our city's history. You will see why our in-migration, and therefore real estate market, is booming today as a result. Continue reading
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This month is Disaster Preparedness Month in Seattle, and with the impending storm bearing down on Seattle, no better time than now to prepare and share some ideas to help you be Continue reading
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According to an announcement from Insignia condominiums in Belltown, they have fewer than 20 homes available. LUMA indicates that they also have less than 20 homes left. If you were hoping to purchase a new construction condominium in a high-rise building these approximately 40 homes will be your last chance until around 2018, when Nexus condominiums is projected to be completed. Continue reading
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If you are looking for a new construction condo outside of First Hill and Belltown, and you desire a luxury product, The Odessa might be a great fit for you. It is a 3 unit boutique building in Madison Park on 43rd Avenue, right across the street from North Beach Park with unobstructed views of Lake Washington. Continue reading