The madness continues. Our market is in unchartered territory and so severe that it could cause some changes to our society.
Just over the Capitol Boulevard Bridge, you’ll find the Carlyon neighborhood. A humble area that hasn’t forgotten its ties to the city’s rich history.
What a crazy year, and probably more of the same ahead! It is still a strong seller’s market with almost no inventory.
Just a few blocks south of downtown Olympia and right next to the Capitol Campus of Washington, you’ll find the historic South Capitol neighborhood.
At the northern tip of Thurston County lies Johnson Point, a picturesque community surrounded by pristine farmland and forest.
Within Cooper Point, there are homes to fit every lifestyle from quaint single bedroom apartments to gorgeous waterfront estates.
Boston Harbor, nestled on the shores of the Puget Sound’s Budd Inlet lies a secluded, close-knit community far from the hustle and bustle of Olympia.
Olympia comes alive in the summertime. The sun sparkles on the water and long days allow time to relax in nature and enjoy all that the PNW has to offer.
Inventory increased somewhat for the month, up 13+% to now 549 homes for sale. That is still an incredibly low inventory level.
No big changes for the month seem have occurred. Scarce inventory, rising prices, and low interest rates are still the story of the local market.