Let’s start with the good housing market news: Inventory is up, and active listings are up. After the ultra-competitive real estate year that was 2021, those are both promising signs of a more balanced 2022 for potential home-buyers.
Still, according to the latest data from Northwest Multiple Listing Service, that doesn’t mean prices are dropping. It just means they’re not growing at quite the bonkers rate they once were.
6. West Seattle
A hot spring, where that year-over-year price growth peaked at a whopping 26.54 percent, has since mellowed to lower double digits. Still, that’s nothing to sneeze at. Perhaps the potential reopening of the West Seattle Bridge has this
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