MLS Watch: Finally Listings Worth Clicking On

After lots of new boring listings coming on the market every day we finally have some interesting ones!

Bellora

Unit #310 at Bellora is sporting the largest mirror I’ve seen in a downtown condo:

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I don’t want to know how much that fugly thing cost.

Colonial Grand Pacific

I guess with a name like Colonial Grand Pacific you’d sort of expect the interiors to be funky. Today #211 came on the market if you’re into lofts that mated with craftsmen.

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#202 has been on the market 45 days and is sporting a pretty choice bathroom:

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#306 is also on the market (only 9 days – I guess the primary photo wasn’t compelling enough for me to check it out last week), sporting an equally nasty bathroom as #202 and a kitchen needing remodeling but at it does have a pretty nice living room window:

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Cristalla

A big two bedroom was listed today at Cristalla, #1404.

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I’m curious to see if the owner will actually realize a $300,000 gain since they bought it in 2005.

Millenium Tower

At only $823/square foot #1506 is practically a bargain. 3,249 square feet for $2,675,000.

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I have a feeling it will be on the market a while as #1704 ($1,795,000) has been on the market 206 days and #2001 ($10 Million) 335 days.

Parc

Not surprisingly the Parc is lowering prices.

#522 dropped from $439,000 to $416,950.

#329 dropped from $359,000 to $349,000.

#528 has gone from $339,000 to $319,000.

At the same time they should add photos of the actual units to their listings.

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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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  • The MD

    Matt, I’m pretty sure the Cristalla unit #1404 has seen a $300,000+ appreciation if they were the original owners in 2005. I owned a 1 bedroom there, and I realized a $320,000 profit when I sold last summer. I too purchased it on pre-sale back in ’05. This looks like a relative bargain at $798,000 for a 2 bedroom in the Cristalla. Its a little over $700/square foot, which means its definitely on the low-to-average asking price per square foot in that building. I hope they get it…

  • The MD

    Matt, I’m pretty sure the Cristalla unit #1404 has seen a $300,000+ appreciation if they were the original owners in 2005. I owned a 1 bedroom there, and I realized a $320,000 profit when I sold last summer. I too purchased it on pre-sale back in ’05. This looks like a relative bargain at $798,000 for a 2 bedroom in the Cristalla. Its a little over $700/square foot, which means its definitely on the low-to-average asking price per square foot in that building. I hope they get it…

  • Colin

    can I complain that the pix in the Parc ads don’t match the units, like not even close?

  • Colin

    can I complain that the pix in the Parc ads don’t match the units, like not even close?

  • Roboblogger

    #2001 Millenium Tower is an empty shell that’s never been completed. In a sense, it’s been on the market since the building was finished in 2001.

  • http://None Roboblogger

    #2001 Millenium Tower is an empty shell that’s never been completed. In a sense, it’s been on the market since the building was finished in 2001.

  • nitsuj

    Wow, those sleeping lofts…what, climb the ladder and crawl to your bed? I’m 6’4, that doesn’t work. I’m a sucker for brick though, I’ll say the one thing for those places is they don’t look the same on the inside as every other place in Seattle seems to these days. I swear Seattle condo interiors are made by the same people that do McMansions, just same ol’ same ol’ over and over again.

  • nitsuj

    Wow, those sleeping lofts…what, climb the ladder and crawl to your bed? I’m 6’4, that doesn’t work. I’m a sucker for brick though, I’ll say the one thing for those places is they don’t look the same on the inside as every other place in Seattle seems to these days. I swear Seattle condo interiors are made by the same people that do McMansions, just same ol’ same ol’ over and over again.