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Early morning kayakers glide on Lake Sammamish.
Extraordinary Living, Featured Property, News Article

Sammamish is Now the Third Wealthiest Zip Code in Washington State

In partnership with Esri, Puget Sound Business Journal ranked the wealthiest zip codes in Washington state, and found that Sammamish is now third, behind only Medina and Mercer Island at first and second, respectively. The report, which evaluated factors such as average net worth, median home prices and income, reveals that “the average net worth for Sammamish residents in 98074 increased by $60,000, reaching $1.67 million in 2016 from $1.61 million the year before.”

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FutureCast Forum, News Article

Are Millennials Really Giving Up on Homeownership?

A recent Zillow study reveals that millennials are indeed looking to purchase homes.

The Seattle market has made countless headlines recently for seemingly endless home price growth, and in expensive markets such as ours, there’s often a misconception that millennials are giving up on homeownership altogether. In a recent feature covering the 2017 Zillow Group Report on Consumer Housing Trends, Puget Sound Business Journal (PSBJ) debunks the millennial myth, as the survey, which polled a representative group of over 13,000, reveals that “42 percent of all buyers are looking to purchase their first home.”

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Events, FutureCast Forum, Market Reports, Realogics Sotheby's International Realty

FutureCast Forum’s After Hours Event Furthers a Discussion About Seattle in 2020 and Beyond

Market Experts Opine About the Region’s Meteoric Future as a Global City on the Rise

Scores of guests assembled at MG2 Architecture in downtown Seattle during an evening reception on September 28th about the future of the Seattle and Bellevue metro area in the next decade. The town hall-like event was a continuation of provocative conversations started during the BISNOW “State of the Market” event hosted earlier in the week, which was attended by more than 400 industry stakeholders and local media.

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