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Here's the latest listing information for Whatcom County residential and condos.Last week of the 90 listings that pended, 36* (40%!) went straight to a pending status rather than "pending inspection" - more and more buyers are waiving their inspections to "win the bid" with multiple offer situati...
Not at all surprising that we're still dealing with some low inventories across most price ranges.More and more home buyers are starting to waive their inspections to win the bid wars. Click to hear more about waiving home inspections. Heather Stevenson BROKERCELL 360.441.7120
Here's your quick market update for Whatcom County for Sept 14-20 - we're still seeing more listings go pending than new ones coming on the market. Prices stayed pretty similar to last week with a slight increase in the condo median price.Heather Stevenson BROKERCELL 360.441.7120
We're still very much in a seller's market with more pended listings this week than new listings. Watch those median sales prices to see trends as move into the fall...Heather Stevenson BROKERCELL 360.441.7120
We still have more pended listings than new listings but fewer solds than new listings. It will be interesting to see how this pans out!Heather Stevenson BROKERCELL 360.441.7120
This is all the data for all residential new, sold, pending, expired/canceled listings for Whatcom County (only) through September 2nd (9:00 am).Let's break these graphs down into chunks - 1. The top-left graph is all the new residential listings per month - it's important to look at this graph c...
I think the sun from the past weekend affected home sellers as our new listings were down this week compared to the past few weeks. We had 69 new listings while the previous week we had 83. Thursday and Friday were the only 2 days that new listings beat pended/sold listings. Very few residential ...
We still have more residential homes selling or pending than are listed - we have 1.2 months of inventory for the past 30 days.This week I wanted to talk about the "Back on Market" category. There are several reasons that listings come back on the market:1. "Failed" inspection - Inspections are n...
We had 16 more listings last week than the previous week, if we keep up that trend it will be a welcome relief for buyers with more inventory coming on the market. Last week there were 364 active single family listings in Whatcom County and this week there are 374 - every little bit of inventory ...
I wanted to talk about the pie chart a little bit this week. The left side (green & yellow) are all about the pended and sold listing from last week while the right side (blue, orange & grey) are all about the new & stale listings. Look at the green/yellow area compared to the rest... You'll note...