Sarah Jullion

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When’s the next recession?!?

How Long Can This Economic Recovery Last? The economy is currently experiencing the longest recovery in our nation’s history. The stock market has hit record highs, while unemployment rates are at record lows. Home price appreciation is beginning to reaccelerate. This begs the question: How long can this economic recovery last? The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) Survey of Economists recently …

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Eastside Zips Sales August – November 2019

On the Eastside, in general for the past 90 days: Homes sold the fastest in zip 98006  98006 had the most sales over $1M = 65   98008 has lowest price home sold in past 90 days – $475,000 98008 has highest price home sold in past 90 days – $5.75M Here are some home sale …

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98007, 98008 Median Sales Price 2019

How Long to Sell East Bellevue Home?

Sarah Jullion Real Estate

The number of days to sell a home has increased from last two years across the board. The averages for East Bellevue and zips 98007, 98009 are still extremely low historically. SEPTEMBER 2019: Number of Days on Market East Bellevue 10 days | +42.9% 98008 9 days | +28.6% 98007 11 days | +57.1% King …

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List Price vs Sold Price – Zip 98008 (or your zip*)

Housing Market Trends:  Sold vs Listed Price – Zip 98008 Understand the difference between “listing prices” (what sellers are asking for) and “sold prices” (what buyers are willing to pay). By comparing these price trends, you’ll have a good idea of where the market is heading. The median listing and sold property prices are calculated …

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Moving with Kids: Top Priorities

Top Priorities When Moving with Kids According to the Pew Research Center, around 37% of U.S students will be going back to school soon and the rest have already started the new academic year. With school-aged children in your home, buying or selling a house can take on a whole different approach when it comes to finding the right …

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Buying a Home: Do You Know the Lingo?

Some Highlights: Buying a home can be intimidating if you’re not familiar with the terms used throughout the process. To point you in the right direction, here’s a list of some of the most common language you’ll hear when buying a home. The best way to ensure your home-buying process is a positive one is …

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Saying ‘I Do’ to a Tiny Grain Silo Home

“What can you live in and still have a sense of home?” Christoph Kaiser finishes his latest sketch, while Shauna Thibault chops vegetables. It’s a delicate dance in 366 square feet, but the newlyweds aren’t fazed. “There’s something about living in a small space that simplifies life,” Kaiser explains. “It quiets the mind, in a way.” …

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Seattle Home Price Bubble?

Mortgage Rate News, June 13, 2019

I want to pass on mortgage information provided by a very competent and experienced mortgage broker, Lori Richmond. Mortgage rates are expected to drop in July. Already there’s been a remarkable surge in re-fi’s and new applications. Please contact Lori about your choices. _____________________________________________________________ Learn about mortgage apps and what’s expected at next week’s Fed …

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