2200 Homes Hit the MLS

Looks like 2200 homes are beginning to hit the market. I’d be curious to know what these sold for originally if anyone has that info.

900 Lenora St #W-309: $537,000 – 1 bed/1 bath, 822 sq ft, $653 Sq/Ft

910 lenora St #S 401: $599,950 – 1 bed/1 bath, 918 sq ft, $654 Sq/Ft

2121 Terry Ave #1201: $1,459,000 – 2 bed/2 bath, 1,681 sq ft, $868 Sq/Ft

2200 Westlake Ave #W 303: $479,900, 1 bed/1 bath, 740 sq ft, $649 Sq/Ft. There’s lots of images on this listing too:

26189151 04 2200 Homes Hit the MLS

Update: Pre-sale costs are available on the King County Parcel Viewer for, 2200 Westlake, but I feel like there are not enough records there for the number of units available?

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  • Dan Ji

    FYI…

    W+Unit# = Azur Tower (directly across the hotel)

    S+Unit# = Arte Tower (middle building)

    Not sure what the abbreviation is for the Aria Tower (the one on top of Pan Pacific Hotel).

  • Dan Ji

    FYI…

    W+Unit# = Azur Tower (directly across the hotel)

    S+Unit# = Arte Tower (middle building)

    Not sure what the abbreviation is for the Aria Tower (the one on top of Pan Pacific Hotel).

  • Sea~Condos

    You can go to the King County Plat viewer website and look up the property tax id number. Then you can look at the property report, which will list every unit that has sold, who bought the unit, and which unit number. This is all public record and an interesting way to find out how much your neighbor paid for their unit.

  • Sea~Condos

    You can go to the King County Plat viewer website and look up the property tax id number. Then you can look at the property report, which will list every unit that has sold, who bought the unit, and which unit number. This is all public record and an interesting way to find out how much your neighbor paid for their unit.

  • http://twitter.com/mattgoyer mattgoyer

    The link I found is http://www5.metrokc.gov/reports/property_report.asp?PIN=0228000010. Is there a better link to find this information at?

  • http://blog.mattgoyer.com Matt

    The link I found is http://www5.metrokc.gov/reports/property_report.asp?PIN=0228000010. Is there a better link to find this information at?

  • Dan Ji

    Hey Matt, that’s probably because those are the only units that actually closed/sold.

  • Dan Ji

    Hey Matt, that’s probably because those are the only units that actually closed/sold.

  • Matthew

    Apparently the flippers/investors are well and alive in Seattle… I thought Seattle didn’t have any flippers/investors?????

  • Matthew

    Apparently the flippers/investors are well and alive in Seattle… I thought Seattle didn’t have any flippers/investors?????

  • Sea~Condos

    Dan Ji is correct. And there is some lag time between when the unit closes and when the unit is listed on King County’s website. Before you purchase any new unit…always look what the owner paid. It lets you know just how much they may be willing to move…especially if its been on the market a while.

  • Sea~Condos

    Dan Ji is correct. And there is some lag time between when the unit closes and when the unit is listed on King County’s website. Before you purchase any new unit…always look what the owner paid. It lets you know just how much they may be willing to move…especially if its been on the market a while.

  • Sea~Condos

    Oh and there are more units available than listed on the KC property report because a lot of people are selling when they haven’t even closed on their unit yet. This is common in Canada, but I think most developers do not allow this (its called assigning your unit). In Seattle, most investors aren’t “assigning” their unit….they are just drumming up interest by listing it on craigslist or if the investor is an agent themselves, then they list it on the MLS even though they haven’t closed on the unit.

  • Sea~Condos

    Oh and there are more units available than listed on the KC property report because a lot of people are selling when they haven’t even closed on their unit yet. This is common in Canada, but I think most developers do not allow this (its called assigning your unit). In Seattle, most investors aren’t “assigning” their unit….they are just drumming up interest by listing it on craigslist or if the investor is an agent themselves, then they list it on the MLS even though they haven’t closed on the unit.

  • http://www.SearchingSeattleBlog.com Matt

    Matt,

    It looks like King County is having some trouble registering info on closed transactions of new condos. Not just in Seattle, but everywhere in King County.

    It appears that several closings are showing under one unit # and none on others. For example, unit #20x of new construction here in Kirkland that closed 10/31 is not registering at all. Unit #40x shows it closed three of four times on different dates at $245,000 then $745,000 then $352,000.

    When you first asked for this data when you wrote this post, I had the same results for that building as I am getting here in Kirkland. The info is not reliable at present.

    Seems like they are getting the street address correct, but the unit numbers confused. So three or four unit closings are showing on one tax record and none on the correct closed unit.

    Could take them awhile to sort out this mess. In the meantime, I would avoid posting sold prices for specific units until we can confirm that the info is indeed reliable.

    Sorry I couldn’t be of more help in your request, but posting bad data is a dangerous thing. I thought I’d at least point out the obvious trouble showing up in the tax records.

  • http://www.SearchingSeattleBlog.com Matt

    Matt,

    It looks like King County is having some trouble registering info on closed transactions of new condos. Not just in Seattle, but everywhere in King County.

    It appears that several closings are showing under one unit # and none on others. For example, unit #20x of new construction here in Kirkland that closed 10/31 is not registering at all. Unit #40x shows it closed three of four times on different dates at $245,000 then $745,000 then $352,000.

    When you first asked for this data when you wrote this post, I had the same results for that building as I am getting here in Kirkland. The info is not reliable at present.

    Seems like they are getting the street address correct, but the unit numbers confused. So three or four unit closings are showing on one tax record and none on the correct closed unit.

    Could take them awhile to sort out this mess. In the meantime, I would avoid posting sold prices for specific units until we can confirm that the info is indeed reliable.

    Sorry I couldn’t be of more help in your request, but posting bad data is a dangerous thing. I thought I’d at least point out the obvious trouble showing up in the tax records.

  • Dan Ji

    Hey Matt, if you’re interested, there will be an “open house” all day tomorrow: http://www.discoverslu.com/TemplateWhatsHappening.aspx?contentId=15#5

  • Dan Ji

    Hey Matt, if you’re interested, there will be an “open house” all day tomorrow: http://www.discoverslu.com/TemplateWhatsHappening.aspx?contentId=15#5