Northeast Seattle and Lake Forest Park real estate showing signs of life

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Northeast Seattle and Lake Forest Park real estate showing signs of life

Northeast Seattle and Lake Forest Park real estate showing signs of life

Northeast Seattle real estate days on market and inventory trends


Lake Forest Park real estate days on market and inventory trends


Housing inventories in Northeast Seattle have been trending upward since late February of 2012; while the average days on market have peaked in Mid-February and have been trending downward into April.  Both are excellent signs that the Northeast Seattle marketplace has buyers and sellers coming into the market.

Low interest rates and hints of spring weather are finding both buyers and sellers in Northeast Seattle thinking about real estate. The week after Easter (April 8, 2012) should provide us with a good  indication of what’s in store for the rest of the spring market in Northeast Seattle.

LAKE FOREST PARK

The City of Lake Forest Park is located just north of Seattle, it’s occupies the northwest corner of Lake Washington.  Lake Forest Park is anchored by the Lake Forest Park Town Center which has over the years become a “third place” for many residents.

The average days a listing in Lake Forest Park stays on the market has declined sufficiently from early February 2012, when the average days on the market for a listing reached 157 days.  Active listings in February reached their lowest level since September 2011 and have little by little starting to gain numbers.

Lake Forest Park is filled with residents who love outdoor activities and being right next door to the Burke Gilman Trail provides health enthusiasts a convenient outlet to walk, run and cycle along the shores of Lake Washington from Gas Works Park through Lake Forest Park and continuing to Ste. Michelle Winery in Woodinville

 

 

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Adrian - Great news for the areas of Northeast Seattle and Lake Forest Park!  I see more and more positive market reports and attitudes of Realtors a real moral booster for all of us!  I really feel things are turning around.  It won't be a quick deal but a gradual change for the better in my opinion.  Let's pray I'm right!  Have a great day in all you do my friend.

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Adrian, your explanation of Northeast Seattle and Lake Forest Park are easy to read, and glad to see the market doing well.    Wishing you a great year for 2012!

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Hi John, I'm seeing the same thing in lots of daily real estate reports, personally, it just feels different, in a good way. I think the real estate train named "recovery" has pulled out of the station. Have a great week. 

Apr 04, 2012 09:26 AM #3
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Joan, These areas' sometimes feel like the tail of the dog, not being a leading indicator in the real estate cycle but following the urban core. 

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A great localism post... Adrian!  Signs of life are definitely encouraging.  Enjoy the day my friend!

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Thanks Mel! I think spring has sprung in these communities. 

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