Home Prices in Bellevue Wa for January 2013
Real Estate market data for Bellevue, Washington provided by Jason E. Cook of Windermere Real Estate/East Inc.
Bellevue and Eastside home prices
-Despite low inventory (more to come on this), pending sales were the 2nd highest ever for
January on the Eastside and up 17% from a great January 2012. Do not buy into the mindset
that the reduced inventory equates to inability to make sales. The market proves otherwise.
-Eastside inventory is down 50% year over year. Do you see that as a problem or an
opportunity? My view is that a meaningful opportunity exists for Buyers and Sellers. My job and responsibility is to connect and
educate those that might be best served by taking action now!
Buyers in this market are:
-Move up buyers.
-Solidly employed Gen X and Y's who want to secure a long term fixed housing cost and the
benefits of home ownership vs. annual rental price growth, which is approximately 5% locally
-People who wanted to sell, or maybe tried to sell over the last 5 years, but it did not
pencil. Today it might. How excited are people that put life on hold for financial reasons, to
learn that they have choices that they might not have realized?
My goal is to provide market data and strategies for you to take advantage of current market opportunities.
Bellevue and Eastside Market Summary Report
The Median closed price in January for single family homes in Bellevue is $530,990. The closed price increased by 4% from 2011.
The total number of active listings were 974. This was down from 2012 which had 1,729 actives listings in just one year. A 47% decrease. But what does that mean to me? It means LESS supply!
The Total number of closed sales for January 2013 was 445. This is up 25% from January 2012. Bottom line, there is very little homes for sale, buyers are still buying, and prices are rising!
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