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Olympia, Tacoma among top October housing markets

Real estate valuation firm Pro Teck has released its October list of top statistical areas for residential real estate, and hovering near the top of the list are the South Sound’s anchor communities: Olympia-Tumwater at No. 3, followed one spot down by Tacoma-Lakewood.

November 2016

$5,000 to feed families

Families needing to utilize food bank resources will be benefiting from a donation from real estate professionals in Thurston County.

November 2016

October home sales revised down

Nationwide sales of new homes in October remains almost 18 percent of the 2015 pace, even after a slight drop from September to October.

November 2016
Strong apartments market draws value

Strong apartments market draws value

Low vacancies and strong rental rates are bringing investors' interest to the multi-family housing sector of western Washington, even outside of downtown Seattle.

November 2016

3rd quarter housing market still strong

Continued strong demand for family housing in the state means affordability remains a challenge in some areas, especially King County.

November 2016

From SSBiz: ‘Space to Create’

Olympia Artspace Alliance is in discussion with local commercial developers to find the right space for combined work-and-live quarters for artists.

November 2016

Rush Capital procures Proctor Station financing

Rush Capital has recently closed on a $31.2 million loan for Proctor Station, the six-story apartment building that now predominates the skyline in Tacoma's Proctor District.

November 2016

Regional commercial real estate values firm

Regional strength of economy may be a factor in holding value in commercial real estate properties, according to a new report from brokers working in that sector.

October 2016

Housing starts slip, permits up

Homebuilders slowed down their output last month, but are still showing optimism for the future by taking out more construction permits, according to a data release.

October 2016

Chamber of commerce is moving

Downtown Auburn will be seeing some changes in the month ahead as the chamber of commerce is moving to make way for a MultiCare expansion that's eliminating its current office space.

October 2016
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