Despite seeing a dip at the start of 2019, housing prices increased in the Puget Sound region in 2019, all while supply continued to dwindle.
“Inventory shortages persisted throughout 2019,” said the Northwest Multiple Listing Service in a newly-released report on 2019’s housing market.
The NWMLS reported the addition of 110,040 listings in 2019, a 5.3 percent decrease over the previous year. All while the median price of single-family homes sold by NWMLS brokers jumped from $410,000 to $435,000 between 2018 and 2019.
According to a recent report from Redfin, that trend persisted in Seattle city limits as well, punctuated by a 6 percent increase in the median price of a home year-over-year, while seeing a 39.7 percent decline in available homes for sale.
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