Madison Park (Seattle, WA)
By Ben Kinney, We do real estate:Tech, Training, Sales, Brokerage
(Ben Kinney Team)
408 26th Ave E Seattle, WA 98112 Overlooking Madison Valley sits a beautiful, flawless home full of sunlight and views. The functional, modern plan offers main floor living and dining. Upstairs are three bedrooms and a remodeled Master Ensuite. Relax on the huge deck, perched in a serene setting with Mountain views. Walk to the Arboretum and enjoy Seattle's best French restaurants in Little Paris. Commuter? You will love the close access to 520 and I-90. This home is completely move-in-ready on the quiet street plus attached garage. 
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By Courtney Cooper, 206-850-8841
(Cooper | Cartwright)
Real estate update if you are thinking about selling your Madison Park home!Recently Molly and I listed 1803 39th Ave E in Seattle's Madison Park neighborhood.  The seller had interviewed many and we were just two Madison Park Realtors she was talking to. She was a long time resident of Madison Park and fully prepared to list with some of the same Madison Park listing agents that many of her neighbors and other Madison Park residents had listed with historically.  We had to really argue with this seller about why she should list with us and why our expert niche marketing was exactly what she needed in Madison Park.  The "local experts" told her she should list her Madison Park home for sale with a list price of $1,600,000. It was bad advice. A word on "Local Experts" Just because a brok...
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By Cooper Jacobs, Real Estate Brokers - Seattle
(Looking For A Seattle Realtor? COOPERJACOBS.COM)
Madison Park Waterfront Home Just Listed! This is an unbelievable Madison Park waterfront home! 1800 43rd Ave E #103 has just been listed for $299,950. Located on the Western shores of Lake Washington, right in the heart of Madison Park, this impeccable, turn key condo is what you have been looking for! Updated kitchen, floors, and carpet in the bedroom. Enjoy reading a book or staring at the view from your private patio located over the water. Madison Park Waterfront Living Front row seats on Lake Washington to watch the Blue Angels or take a dip in the lake from the private dock at the end of the building. Easy walk to restaurants, shops, and bus lines. Strong HOA. 1 bedroom 1 bath 595 square feet built in 1964 but UPDATED $2225 property taxes $338 dues For more information or your ow...
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By Sam DeBord, Seattle Real Estate Broker
(SeattleHome.com -Coldwell Banker Danforth)
July sales of waterfront homes in King County were the highest on record since 2005.  95 waterfront residences were sold in the county, up a whopping 53 percent from June. While we knew that the waterfront market was hot, the overall Seattle market is clearly moving faster than we had imagined before.  Waterfront sales volume also climbed to a solid gain as well. $84 million in waterfront sales were recorded in July.  Compared to June's $54 million, that was a 56 percent jump.  It's hard to find enough adjectives to accurately describe the gains.  It was just a phenomenal month on the waterfront around the Seattle region.     © SeattleHome.com: - Sam DeBord, Managing Broker, Realtor State Director, Washington Association of RealtorsColdwell Banker Seattle: Coldwell Banker Danforth & Ass...
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By Sam DeBord, Seattle Real Estate Broker
(SeattleHome.com -Coldwell Banker Danforth)
In a recent report on the most competitive real estate markets in the country, Seattle came in at #6 overall.  That competition is fierce in Seattle is not a surprise to local home buyers.  The actual regularity of competitive offers and bids over the listing price is somewhat shocking, however. For every three home buyers in Seattle that submitted an offer in May, two of them had competition from other bidders.  With 2/3 of buyers finding themselves in a bidding war situation, offer prices naturally rise. 60.6 percent of all offers were over the "asking price" or the list price on the home.  This is clearly driving the appreciation in list prices and closing prices in Seattle.  The majority of homes are now selling within just a few weeks on the market, and close to half are selling in...
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By Sam DeBord, Seattle Real Estate Broker
(SeattleHome.com -Coldwell Banker Danforth)
As the Spring housing market heats up, home buyers are coming out of the gates with the competition for homes on their minds.  Just in time to whet their appetites, the Nationwide Open House weekend arrives April 20-21 (see previous article, Nationwide Crowded House). Sparse inventory has been the story of 2013 thus far, with few listings available and a growing population of home buyers trying to find the right home.  The competition has gotten fierce, and the coming weekend of open houses should put a lot of those potential buyers in a position to see as much available inventory as possible within a couple of days. Washington state was the first Realtor organization to sponsor a Statewide Open House in 2009, and the event quickly became a nationwide success.   The National Association...
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By Phil Leng, Phil Leng - Retired
(Retired)
  4 Bedroom 4 Baths Home for Sale Madison Park 5,150 Square Feet of Comfort Estates are common - Castles are rare.  Come see your personal Castle by the Cactus in Madison Park!  A 4 bedroom 4 baths home for sale in Madison Park is a gem unto itself, this is award-winning category material that can be yours very soon.  Currently unavailable, it shall enter the market with a new suit of clothes, ready for the grand ball, soon enough to be a Valentine’s Day Delight for you and someone you love. Be prepared - this 4 bedroom castle practically abuts the water - so the views are truly breathtaking.  One might think it’s a personal moat to navigate!  Especially from the Grand Sky Room! Finding a 4 bedroom 4 bath for sale in Madison Park is not an insurmountable task.  Finding this grandeur, th...
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