Bellevue

THE “CITY IN A PARK” AND BUSINESS HUB FOR THE EASTSIDE

As Seattle’s largest suburb, Bellevue has variously been characterized as an edge city, a boomburb, or satellite city. It offers everything from downtown high-rises and luxury shopping to cul-de-sac neighborhoods and rustic horse trails.

The median sales price for homes in Bellevue for May 11 to Aug 10, 2016 was $735,075 based on 620 home sales.

Redmond

The Bicycle Capital of the Northwest

Redmond is centrally located between the bustling Seattle/Bellevue scene and the rustic Sammamish River Valley. It’s home to many tech companies including Microsoft and Nintendo.

The median sales price for homes in Redmond for May 11 to Aug 10 was $640,000 based on 408 home sales.

Sammamish

America’s Most Friendly City

Lakes dot the landscape of Sammamish, which offers an abundance of cozy communities and amenities for families.

The median sales price for homes in Sammamish for May 4 to Aug 3 was $820,000 based on 284 home sales.

Issaquah

Where Historic and Modern Meet

Issaquah is the jumping off point for Northwest adventure. Perched on the foothills of the Cascade mountains, Issaquah has become the location for homeowners who seek that mix of “close enough for the 9-5” and spur of the moment “let’s go skiing.”

The median sales price for homes in Issaquah for May 11 to Aug 10 was $567,500 based on 364 home sales.

Renton

Diverse and Affordable

Located along the southern part of Lake Washington, Renton sports a revitalized downtown Piazza and is a fun and diverse community in proximity to both Bellevue and Seattle.

The median sales price for homes in Renton for May 11 to Aug 10 was $380,000 based on 617 home sales.

Kirkland

Vibrant Waterfront Destination

Located on the shores of Lake Washington just across the bridge from Seattle, no other city in the Puget Sound region has as many waterfront parks and beaches as Kirkland.

The median sales price for homes in Kirkland for May 18 to Aug 17 was $550,000 based on 496 home sales.

Seattle

Emerald City

One of the most dynamic cities in the country, Seattle has long drawn transplants to eclectic neighborhoods, booming tech scene, and lively nightlife. Known for its passion for coffee, and having the most bookstores per capita, the city also boasts of its culture, from 80’s grunge music to its world-class symphony, opera and theater companies.

Seattle home values have gone up 16.7% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will rise 8.1% within the next year.

Woodinville

Scenic Wineries and Farms

Woodinville is home to many local wineries and small farms nestled among its bedroom communities. Homes range from modern houses and condos to charming rural estates.

Woodinville home values have gone up 12.2% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will rise 5.6% within the next year.

Bothell

Pioneer City and Modern Bedroom Community

Bothell is one of the few Seattle bedroom communities that still has a small town feel. A new biotechnology cluster is bringing more development, but most of Bothell is a mix of quiet residential and semi-rural neighborhoods.

The median sales price for homes in Bothell for Jun 15 to Sep 14 was $445,000 based on 499 home sales.

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