Seattle | Single-Family Homes
It was a seller’s market in Seattle, with less competition in the number of listings, and more buyers than this time a year ago. The number of homes for sale went down by over 40 percent compared to the second quarter of 2019.
Eastside | Single-Family Homes
As the Eastside settled in for Governor Jay Inslee’s stay-at-home order, inventory began to drop and the median sales price for single-family homes went up.
Mercer Island | Single-Family Homes
Despite less available inventory, the price per square foot was nearly 10 percent less than this time last year, and the median sales price was down both year-over-year and down from the first quarter of 2020.
Bainbridge Island | Single-Family Homes
The median sales price for homes on the island was down, however, from $982,000 last year to $918,000. And while only half as many homes were on the market compared to this time last year, the average time on market was up by a week compared to 2019.
Seattle | Condominiums
The median home sales price dropped in the second quarter, from $470,000 this time last year to $439,000. Until now, the median home price for a Seattle condo had been steadily climbing since mid-2019.