Seattle Sunday Times

What’s going on in the Seattle Sunday Times? Well I feel like lots of projects that are advertising are a little desparate. There definitely are some deals to be had with no homeowners, mortgage paid for 3-6 months, buyer bonuses, etc. I also feel like there are a lot of projects that are not in downtown Seattle. Next time I have some free time I’ll have to create lists for Bellevue, Kirkland and Redmond.

Arboretum View: ‘$2,000 Buyer Bonus!’, ’12 Months Homeowners Dues Free’, ‘New Models Available’ – They sound a little desparate

Bolero: ‘Models now selling’ – They must be down to the last few units at this conversion

Harwood: ‘No mortgage payments for 6 months. No homeowners dues for one year!’ – Okay they sound really desparate

Mosler Lofts: ‘90% sold. 16 Premium homes remain!’

Noma: ‘Over 80% Sold’

Plaza Del Sol: ‘Last Chance Only 8 Left!’

About Matt

Matt , Urbnlivn's publisher, has a love for lofts with industrial features and new construction condos that is only eclipsed by his passion for outdoor sports and urban living. Phrases such as “polished concrete” and “exposed brick” are music to his ears. You can also find Matt on Twitter or skiing.

  • Anonymous

    I agree, there does seem to be a bit more desperation lately. Last week I received a mailer from Aspen. I had visited their first open house and really liked their 2 bedroom flats but wasn’t quite ready to get serious about buying. I decided to go back and see if there were any left. Interestingly all the 2 bedroom flats were sold but almost all of their studio or 2/3 bedroom town-home style units are still available.

  • Greg

    I agree, there does seem to be a bit more desperation lately. Last week I received a mailer from Aspen. I had visited their first open house and really liked their 2 bedroom flats but wasn’t quite ready to get serious about buying. I decided to go back and see if there were any left. Interestingly all the 2 bedroom flats were sold but almost all of their studio or 2/3 bedroom town-home style units are still available.