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7:  Digging up submarket sale trends
We talk about Seattle trends in these videos a lot. That’s because there are more sales in Seattle making it easier to spot trends. But there are some interesting sales trends in other submarkets, so we dug around in the cellar archives to find some trends to discuss today. Let’s take a quick look at them. (Access: Can be viewed by all site visitors.   Published: Friday, May 30, 2014; Source: )
8:  Who gets quantity discounts

A couple of weeks ago we looked at rent trends for smaller properties compared to larger properties and found some interesting trends that surprised a lot of people. If you want to check it out, the video is called Sometimes mom-and-pop’s pop. But that video also generated more questions, particularly about sales performance. So here’s a look at sales trends based on property size. (Access: Can be viewed by all site visitors.   Published: Friday, May 23, 2014; Source: )

9:  Quality of life vs. sticker shock
Year-to-date migration into the region is up almost 20% this year compared to last year. A total of just over 33,000 people moved here between January and April. Even if half as many moved out, that still means there are 16,500 more people lining up at Starbucks every morning. (Access: Can be viewed by all site visitors.   Published: Friday, May 16, 2014; Source: )
10:  Sometimes mom-and-pop's pop!
We get a lot of questions about how property size or type might affect rent trends. Some investors think that rent performance in single-family, multiplexes, small apartments and on up to very large complexes trends differently. We just finished our spring research on rents for all of these property types, so let’s take a look. (Access: Can be viewed by all site visitors.   Published: Friday, May 2, 2014; Source: )
11:  What are sales saying?
Let's take a look at apartment sales activity in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties to see what it can tell us about the health of our market right now and investor attitudes. We've got the first quarter under our belt now, so recent trends should be pretty informative. (Access: Can be viewed by all site visitors.   Published: Friday, April 25, 2014; Source: )
12:  Is new for you & old is through?
New construction has been the hot topic for everyone in the Puget Sound region lately. For good reason. And we’ve talked a lot about it. But that doesn’t mean we should ignore another important part of the market, properties built in the 1980s and 1990s. That time period frames the last huge building boom we’ve had in our region. And just because new is exciting, doesn’t mean old can’t be exciting too. If you need proof, just look at Elizabeth in the video below, a 1913 model T. She is old. But she is a gem. (Access: Can be viewed by all site visitors.   Published: Thursday, April 17, 2014; Source: )
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