MLS Watch for Last Week

It was a busy week at work for me last week so I didn’t have time to do condo watch. Here’s a re-cap of the week:

2200

Wow, lots of new listings at Live 2200: #W700. #S-403, #W309, #W804, #1001, #S-505.

There was also two price drops – $33,000 price drop to $995,000 for unit #1106 and a $10,000 price drop to $465,000 for unit #403

4217 Fremont Ave N

This looks like a cute little boutique project in Fremont. Almost makes me want to Fremont! I wish we had something like this on Capitol Hill. There are 5 units on the market from $600-700k. Does anyone have a website or name for this project?

Brix

2 new units hit the market, 504, 206

Madison Tower

Unit #2301 is now under contract after 188 days on the market. I wonder if this sale resulted in the following increases – $100,000 increase to $2,325,000 for unit #2001, $75,000 increase to $2,425,000 for unit #2101, and a $100,000 increase to $2,275,000 for unit #1701.

Meritage

Unit 706 was taken off the market and re-listed without a material change in the listing. Not cool, this unit has been on the market about 11 months. Turns out the listing expired. Anyhow, still on the market 11 months. And I may be biased, and there is a $1000 referral commission, but this unit will be nice and the price is pretty good; check it out!

Mosler

New listing #1102 . It came on the market at $805,000 and dropped later in the week to $795,000.

Unit #601 had an increase of $10,000 to $735,000 and unit #612 had its price increased $10,00 later in the week to $665,000.

Nine Cherry Square

2 new units listed. See all 10 listings now on the market.

The Parc

Three new listings to celebrate the opening of the sculpture park. #1006, 606, 306

Three19

Unit 203 increased all of $900 to $435,900. After months of days it looks like this project is ready to close. I also hear some owners are up in arms about the storage lockers which supposedly are just chain link enclosures.

Serana

#303 increased $10,000 to $320,500. #206 increased $2,000 to $434,500.

About Matt

Matt , Urbnlivn's publisher, has a love for lofts, floating homes and mid-century moderns.

For years Matt resisted becoming a real estate agent preferring to be an executive in the startup world but he recently caved in the spring of 2014 and became an agent.

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  • StockShorter

    I’m glad I found this site. I am moving to Seattle in the next few months and was planning to buy. After seeing what’s going on with the rental market, I think I am better off renting, and possibly revisiting after a few months and some of the other ongoing projects get closer to completion.

  • StockShorter

    I’m glad I found this site. I am moving to Seattle in the next few months and was planning to buy. After seeing what’s going on with the rental market, I think I am better off renting, and possibly revisiting after a few months and some of the other ongoing projects get closer to completion.