Bitter Lake (Seattle, WA)
By Alchemy Real Estate Group Seattle Real Estate, Represent Seattle's Builders & Intelligent Clients
(Alchemy Real Estate Group)
Seattle is now the second best turn around city in the USA for real estate.  Would you like to know what the top 10 turn around neighborhoods are for Seattle?  Good thing you clicked here ... I just happen to have that info: 1 Bitter Lake 22.6 % growth with an average sale price of $ 304,100 2 Matthews Beach 19.4 % growth with an average sale price of $ 466,000 3 Crown Hill 19.2 % growth with an average sale price of $ 357,900 4 Hillman City 18.2 % growth with an average sale price of $ 275,800 5 Magnolia 17.0 % growth with an average sale price of $ 538,800 6 Meadowbrook 16.2 % growth with an average sale price of $ 379,200 7 Columbia City 15.9 % growth with an average sale price of $ 329,400 8 Gatewood 15.8 % growth with an average sale price of $ 395,100 9 Montlake 15.7 % growth with...
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By Adrian Willanger, Profit from my two decades of experience
(206 909-7536 AdrianWillanger-broker.com)
Selling Your Seattle Home? Here's How To Review An Offer If this is your first time working with a Seattle real estate transaction you may be thinking that the price is the most important part of the deal. While it is definitely one of them, there are a lot of other deciding factors that will influence the sale just as much as the price. You may get a stunning offer price-wise that needs to be turned down based on other things. Here are some of the common problems that can turn up when you are reviewing an offer to sell your Seattle home. Financing conditions Sometimes a buyer will include very restrictive financial conditions for the purchase. As the seller you need to know whether this buyer has a good chance of getting the financing before the offer can be approved. If there is anot...
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By Kate Pedersen, because life moves you
(Metropolist)
North Seattle Neighborhoods: Bitter Lake This small, mostly residential neighborhood is bordered by Highway 99, (Aurora) on the east, North 130th Street on south, Greenwood Avenue on the west and North 145th on the north. It is on the northern boundary of Seattle (northern boundary neighborhoods also include Broadview, Cedar Park, Haller Lake, Jackson Park and Olympic Hills).The North Seattle lakes were all created by the vashon glacier over 50,000 years ago.  The glacier created Lake Washington, Union Lake, Green Lake and Haller Lake as well.Bitter Lake is 19 acres and 31 feet deep.The lake had a bitter taste and horses would not drink from it, hence it's name.  The bitter taste came from tannic acid created by a sawmill which was located on the south west corner of the lake in the ea...
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By Discover North, Seattle with Jay Silver
(Keller Williams - Greater Seattle)
Cash and Carry  (206) 364-1733 13102 Stone Avenue North, Seattle My wife and I like to save money on groceries when we can, but our famliy consists of just the two of us.  So paying for a Costco membership doesn't make as much sense because we don't go very often.  Also, my favorite thing to do for a client who's just bought a home is to help them throw a houswarming party, and this is where a bulk food store comes in handy.    Well, there's a Cash & Carry in the Bitter Lake neighborhood of North Seattle.  You'll find it right behind the Albertson's off 130th and Aurora.  It's been there for as long as I can remember, but I rarely carry cash with me so I didn't really go inside until recently.  Guess what?  They take both cash and cards!  They have a pretty big selection of food items a...
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By Discover North, Seattle with Jay Silver
(Keller Williams - Greater Seattle)
I've framed in the latest report from Trulia.com for those of you who live in the Bitter Lake area. Here are the stats for home sales in that area.
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By Courtney Cooper, 206-850-8841
(Cooper | Cartwright)
There are a couple great opportunities coming up in Bitter Lake if you want to get out there and make this Seattle community a better place! ************************** Mayor Nickels Clean & Green Seattle Work Party This is a Clean & Green Seattle sponsored work party in Bitter Lake on 8/2/2008  - pick up trash, clean up green spaces, fluorescent bulb & battery recycling, plus climate protection education. Where?  Reservoir Park (Linden & N 143rd St.) When?  8/2/2008 9:30-12 More info?  Beth Pflug 206-684-4096  beth.pflug@seattle.gov ************************* Bitter Lake Community Center Monthly Neighborhood Clean Up Work Party This is a GAIN sponsored work party to beautify and protect cedar trees - there are over 24 trees to mulch plus some weeding. Where?  Bitter lake Reservoir When? ...
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By Rob Graham, Rob Graham
(Windermere Real Estate)
With my new listing in the Bitter Lake neighborhood, I have been doing a lot of research on the market in the area.  The numbers are a little harder to discern, because I think a lot of agents not working in this area mistakenly list homes in other neighborhoods like Greenwood and Broadview.  None the less, here are the numbers in Bitter Lake. Single Family Homes Currently for Sale 7     Under $500,000 6 Over $1,000,000 0     Lowest Priced Single Family House $269,950 Highest Priced Single Family House $575,000     Median Home Price $345,000 Average Days on Market 33 Current Market Trend Weak Buyer's Market     Condominiums Currently for Sale 12     Under $500,000 12 Over $1,000,000 0 Lowest Priced Condominium $179,900   Mortgage Information   Highest Priced Condominium $349,950        ...
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