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Real estate market called active in Oct.

More homes for sale, growing numbers of pend and closed sales with the average price up from $271,000 to $290,000 are all reported in NW Multiple Listing Service's October report.

November 2014

Homebuilders’ confidence sagging a bit

New single-family builder confidence in the housing market dropped five points nationally in October, but confidence is still good. Local builders echo the trend, but worry about affordability.

October 2014

Olympia mayor named ‘Friend of Housing’

Stephen Buxbaum, mayor of Olympia, is one of six “Friends of Housing” named by the state Housing Finance Commission.

October 2014

September homes sales up, prices, too

September saw a 13.22 percent increase in pending sales of homes and condos in western Washington and the average price gain of 9.5 percent.

October 2014

South King County lags office boom

Very strong demand for leased office space in downtown Seattle and the East King County market is not spilling over to Kent, Auburn or Federal Way, according to an industry report today.

October 2014

From Shelton roots to Klamath Falls forests

Green Diamond Resource Co., a fifth generation, family-owned forest products company linked to timberlands of Mason County, today announced the purchase of 600,000 acres in Oregon.

September 2014

August home sales up, listings down

More homes were sold in August than expected, even as the available inventory of single-family residences for sale continues to shrink, according to data releases today.

September 2014

PUD 3 admin building being sold

Mason PUD 3’s former administration building in downtown Shelton will soon become headquarters for Mason Conservation District.

September 2014

A Blue Octopus lands in Ruston

Nationally recognized artist Kerry Cole, owner of The Blue Octopus, has opened in what formerly was the state liquor store at 5013 N. Pearl St. with an art gallery, painting studio and space for painting parties.

September 2014

Puyallup RE/MAX brokerages merge

A pair of Puyallup RE/MAX brokerages have merged, with the two companies continuing to do business in the community under the RE/MAX Honors brand.

September 2014
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