It continues to still be a seller’s market. There are currently 875 homes for sale in the county, up 12% year over year, but still at a very low level.
Days on market are still at a historically low level of 65 days. The number of pending deals has been falling, which is a seasonal trend.
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Days on market continues to be at basically an all-time low of 62 days. There seem to be plenty of buyers around, but just not a lot of houses for them.
New this week, our agents have six homes and properties for sale in Thurston County. There's something here for everyone so be sure to check them out.
A telling statistic highlighting the low inventory is that the number of pending deals is 27% less than a year ago due to a lack of homes available.
The escalation of prices seems to be leveling off these last 3 months. The median price is now $399,900, the same as the end of February. Read the synopsis of the county market researched and written by Don. Even when not buying or selling the real estate market still impacts all of our lives.
New this week, our agents have listed six homes for sale in Thurston County. There's something here for everyone so be sure to check them out while they're on the market.
Most Washingtonians at one time or another have either heard or said something like: “There’s nothing but sage and hayfields between Snoqualmie Pass and Spokane.” Or from those outdoor concert goers, “Outside of the Gorge, there’s nothing in Eastern Washington besides wheat fields and cows.