A home for many a season in Seattle

$2,388,000

Unobstructed 24 hour dazzle…rising to command a visual biography of city and sound. Streamlined Modern attitude ~ softly Neo Italian. Saluting a brilliant 21st Century villa bearing an upright stance… soaring entry; 2 stories of glass; columns in vivid white against the floors; exquisite crown molding; swerve on butterscotch marble steps (a pivotal point of separation); curved ceil. Superb cook’s kitchen! Media theatre! Bonus; kitchenette and quarters. Fun with words in the epilogue!

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Mark Cardon

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North Admiral Area - Seattle

Ultimate view of the bay!

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“Gold Coast” contemporary home designed by Wendell Lovett

$8,800,000

Simplicity and complexity make beautiful partners. A thoroughly modern Medina jewel created by Wendell Lovett, known for his adventurous approach to form, sits proudly on a premier “Gold Coast” property. Bold and Sculptural in design, its commanding presence is softened by exquisite gardens & choice views. Nestled on .70 acre w 125 ft waterfront, this is an engineering marvel.A series of secret spaces awaiting your discovery make this one of the most exciting & refreshing homes in the Northwest!

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Mark Cardon

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Trends For Puget Sound Real Estate – September 2013

Commercial Investments Rise 24% in 1st half of 2013 – Sales of major properties (over $2M) advanced 24% on a yearly basis during the first half of this year, totaling $145.3 billion, based on Real Capital Analytics (RCA) data.
– Most property types registered double-digit growth rates, signaling strong investor interest in commercial assets.  Based on National Association of REALTORS data, sales of properties at the lower end of the price range (mostly below $2M) increased 12% on a yearly basis
– Portfolio sales made up a significant part of transactions in the first half of the year, with Archstones’s sale of apartment properties accounting for over $14 billion of the total.
– Hotels were another major component of the top portfolio transactions.
– On the individual property side, the General Motors building in New York ranked at the top, selling for $1.3 billion, at $1,766 per square foot.
– Office properties made up the top three, with Sony Plaza and 425 Lexington Avenue, both in New York, coming in second and third place.
– In line with growing demand for properties, prices rose 8% on a yearly basis, according to RCA’s Commercial Property Price Index.
– Prices rose the most for apartments (15%) and retail buildings (13%).  The average apartment unit price reached $108,347.
Retail spaces commanded $166 per square foot.  Office building traded for an average of $212 per square foot, up 7% year-over-year.  Industrial properties posted average prices of $63 per square foot, a 5% decline from a year ago.
– Cap rates inched up 17 basis points, to an average 7% nationally across all property types.
– For lower priced properties (below $2M), prices increased 2% year-over-year.

Builders Raising Prices, Limiting Supply
– Those looking to buy new homes will likely start to see price hikes, and possibly a smaller selection.
– Many of the nation’s builders say they’ve had to increase prices due to the rising costs of land, labor and materials.
– For example, Pulte’s sale price, on average, has increased 10% to $287,000 in the first quarter of this year.  Meanwhile, the average existing home price was $233,200 in March, according to the National Association of REALTORS.
– Some builders are limiting sales in order to keep prices higher.
– “We are pricing our homes and limiting the number of lots we’re releasing for sale in some communities to better manage our order volumes relative to our production capacity, and to maximize our profit from those communities.

Home Prices Edge Closer to Pre-Crash Levels
– The housing market is inching closer to what it once was:  Home prices are now within 15.2% nationally from their peak, according to a new report by Lending Processing Services.
– The LPS price index rose in June to $229,000, up 6.9% from last year’s levels.  In June 2006, the peak was $270,000.

Singles Make Up Quarter of All Buyers
– More Americans are opting to live alone, with single buyers making up a quarter of all home purchases last year, according to the National Association of REALTORS.
– In the U.S., there are 33 million one-person households, and living solo is becoming an international trend, MSN Real Estate reports.
– Why are so many living alone?  People are marrying later, divorcing more, and living longer, sociologists says that young adults ages 18 to 34 are the fastest-growing group of people living alone.
Solo households are also mostly women: 18 million women live alone versus 14 million men.  The majority of solo households are in cities and metro areas.

Demand for Puget Sound Area Homes “still incredibly strong”, But Brokers Report Frenzy Is Easing In Some Neighborhoods
– Northwest Multiple Listing Service figures for August show brisk sales, escalating prices and some improvement in inventory, prompting one MLS director to declare, “What these numbers tell us loud and clear is that buyer demand in the Puget Sound region is still incredibly strong.”
– The housing market tends to experience some slowing during August, but rising inventory levels and sustained buyer demand fueled “higher than expected home sales and another month of strong appreciation.”
– The latest figures from Northwest MLS show pending sales (mutually accepted offers) during August increased 8.7% from a year ago.  Brokers in the 21 counties served by the MLS reported 9,065 pending sales system-wide.
– That’s a drop of 500 units from July, but an increase of 727 transactions compared to year ago (August 2012).  In the four-county Puget Sound region (King, Kitsap, Pierce, and Snohomish), the total of 6,916 pending sales was the highest volume for August since 2006 when members notched 7,692 sales.
– Prices also reflected an upward trajectory.  The area-wide media price for last month’s completed sales of single family homes and condominiums was $283,000, which compares to the year ago figure of $250,000 for a gain of 13.2%.
– Only two other months this year have had higher year-over-year increases: March (14.9%) and May (13.4%).  Since January prices have jumped 18.3%.
– Prices on single family homes (excluding condos) that sold during August increased from $263,495 to $294,000 for a gain of 11.6%.
– An analysis shows King County median prices for August ($392,500, including single family homes and condos) are at 92.4% of the peak price of $425,000, set in July 2007.  We credit a surge in sales activity and a shortage of homes for sale as primary drivers of spiking prices during the past two years.
– We have seen 22 straight months of strong-surge sales activity, job growth, pent up demand by local home buyers, residential investors, incoming transferees, a strong local economy and historically low interest rates have led the way during this recovery phase of the residential housing market.
– The Kitsap District noted prices in Kitsap County have not spiked as much as some other areas during this recovery period.  For sales in that county that closed during August, prices rose slightly more than 3% compared to a year ago.
– Since recovery should be a long-term return to normalcy, there seems to be a bit more sanity in Kitsap.
– Despite moderate price gains in Kitsap County, buyers were active, with year-over-year pending sales jumping 19.7%.
– Inventory is showing signs of stabilizing in many Western Washington areas, with members adding nearly 1,800 more new listings to the MLS database during August compared to the same month a year ago.
– With that 21% increase in new listings, the total number of active listings at month end (26,433) was almost on par with a year ago with the selection encompassed 26,506 homes for sale.
– We have noticed some key indicators are trending lower or slower as the market adjusts to a “new normal”
– Inventory shortages are still common in many parts of King County.
– MLS figures show of 22 of the 29 map areas it tracks in King County had fewer listings at the end of August than at the same time a year ago.
– Many industry-watchers predicted rising interest rates would slow down the market.  “Well, it has not, because despite jumps in prices and interest rates, homes are still more affordable than they have been in decades”.
– Buyers are on “heightened alert” because of the recent upward movement in interest rates.  We don’t expect interest rates to stay as low as they are today and prices in our area are expected to continue to rise.  For anyone who is thinking of buying, now is the time.
– The current market “the strongest in four or five years,” with signs of stability that should continue into 2014
– If a buyer finds the home of their dreams, they should make their first offer their best offer or risk losing that home.
– Advice to sellers who have unrealistic expectations.  “Sellers should still be concerned about overpricing their homes”.  Some markets may handle the overpricing, others will not.  While sales are brisk, many sellers are not getting the full listing price.
– The condominium market is rebounding in some areas, offering a good alternative for renters who are seeking good housing at affordable prices.
– Although the inventory is still below year-ago levels (down 4.8%), there is a good selection with great pricing options.
– Buyers can purchase with a down payment that is in line with landlord demands for upfront rent and large deposits, and have a more affordable monthly payment.
– Pending sales of condos area-wide rose about 6.3% during August.  Closed sales jumped more than 17.4%, with prices surging 26.7%.
-We are definitely working our way nicely through this housing recovery, with all of the latest data showing strong year-over-year gains in prices and sales of both pending and closed transactions.
– The National Association of REALTORS (NAR) reported the national median existing home price increased at an annual rate of 12.2% – the biggest yearly price increase since Q4 of 2005.

 

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Another 8.3 Million Underwater Homeowners on Track to Resurface Before 2015

While 10.7 million residential homeowners nationwide owe at least 25 percent or more on their mortgages than their properties are worth, another 8.3 million homeowners are either slightly underwater or slightly above water, putting them on track to have enough equity to sell sometime in the next 15 months — without resorting to a short sale.

The 8.3 million include homeowners with a loan to value (LTV) ratio from 90 to 110 percent, meaning they have between 10 percent positive equity and 10 percent negative equity. These homeowners represented 18 percent of all U.S. homeowners with a mortgage as of the beginning of September.

The 10.7 million residential properties with an LTV ratio of at least 125 percent represented 23 percent of U.S. residential properties with a mortgage — down from 11.3 million deeply underwater properties representing 26 percent of all residential properties with a mortgage in May 2013 and down from 12.5 million deeply underwater properties representing 28 percent of all residential properties with a mortgage in September 2012.

“Steadily rising home prices are lifting all boats in this housing market and should spill over into more inventory of homes for sale in the coming months,” says Daren Blomquist, vice president at RealtyTrac. “Homeowners who already have ample equity are quickly building on that equity, while the 8.3 million homeowners on the fence with little or no equity are on track to regain enough equity to sell before 2015 if home prices continue to increase at the rate of 1.33 percent per month that they have since bottoming out in March 2012.”

“In addition, nearly one in four homeowners in foreclosure has at least some equity, giving them a better chance to avoid foreclosure without resorting to a short sale — assuming they realize they have equity and don’t miss the opportunity to leverage that equity,” Blomquist added. “Even homeowners deeply underwater have reason for hope, with about 150,000 each month rising past the 25 percent negative equity milestone — although it will certainly take years rather than months before most of those homeowners have enough equity to sell other than via short sale.”

Other high-level findings from the report:

• More than 126,000 properties in the foreclosure process nationwide had an LTV of 100 percent or lower in September, representing 24 percent of all homes in the foreclosure process. States with the highest percentage of foreclosures with equity included Oklahoma (54 percent), Hawaii (51 percent), New York (47 percent), and Texas (46 percent).

• States with the highest percentage of deeply underwater homes (LTV of 125 percent or higher) included Nevada (46 percent), Illinois (40 percent), Florida (40 percent), Michigan (38 percent), Rhode Island (34 percent), and Ohio (31 percent).

• Metro markets with the highest percentage of homes with resurfacing equity (LTV from 90 to 110 percent) included Omaha, Neb., (29 percent), Colorado Springs, Colo., (29 percent), Tulsa, Okla., (29 percent), Little Rock, Ark., (28 percent), and Raleigh, N.C. (28 percent).

• Nationwide 7.4 million homeowners with a mortgage had 50 percent equity or more, representing 16 percent of all homeowners with a mortgage. Metro markets with the highest percentage of homeowners with at least 50 percent equity included Honolulu (36 percent), San Jose, Calif., (35 percent), Poughkeepsie, N.Y. (30 percent), Pittsburgh (29 percent), San Francisco (29 percent), and New York (27 percent).

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Housing Starts Rise 5.9 Percent In July

Nationwide housing starts rose 5.9 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 896,000 units in July as multifamily construction rebounded from a dip in the previous month, according to newly released figures from HUD and the U.S. Census Bureau. Meanwhile, single-family construction recorded a modest decline from a rate that was upwardly revised for the previous month.

“Builders are making every effort to keep up with the rising demand for new homes and apartments, and construction in both sectors is running well ahead of the pace we saw at this time last year,” notes Rick Judson, chairman of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and a home builder from Charlotte, N.C. “However, ongoing issues with accessing credit and limited supplies of finished lots and labor are making it tough to do that, particularly for single-family builders.”

“Today’s report is in line with our forecast for continued, gradual strengthening of housing starts and permit activity through the rest of the year,” says NAHB Chief Economist David Crowe. “The double-digit bounce-back on the multifamily side was in keeping with typical month-to-month volatility in that sector,” he noted, “while the sideways movement in single-family was a result of unusually wet weather in the South and West.”

Single-family housing starts declined 2.2 percent from an upwardly revised pace in June to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 591,000 units in July. Meanwhile, a 26 percent gain to a 305,000-unit pace on the multifamily side offset a similar dip in the previous month.

Regionally, combined housing starts activity posted solid gains of 40.2 percent in the Northeast, 25.4 percent in the Midwest and 7.2 percent in the West, respectively, in July, while the South posted a 7 percent decline.

Issuance of building permits, which can be an indicator of future building activity, rose 2.7 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 943,000 units in July. Single-family permits dipped 1.9 percent to 613,000 units from a strong pace in the previous month, while multifamily permits gained 12.6 percent to 330,000 units.

Regionally, combined permit issuance increased across the board in July, with gains of 1 percent, 2.8 percent, 1.1 percent and 7.1 percent in the Northeast, Midwest, South and West, respectively.

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State of the Pacific Northwest Real Estate Market

Demand for Puget Sound area homes “still incredibly strong,”
but brokers report frenzy is easing in some neighborhoods

Figures show steady sales, increasing prices and general improvement in inventory, which is prompting a declaration of  “What these numbers tell us loud and clear is that buyer demand in the Puget Sound region is still incredibly strong.”

The housing market tends to experience some slowing during August, but rising inventory levels and sustained buyer demand fueled “higher than expected home sales and another month of strong appreciation.”

The latest figures from Northwest MLS show pending sales (mutually accepted offers) during August increased 8.7 percent from a year ago. Brokers in the 21 counties served by the MLS reported 9,065 pending sales system-wide. That’s a drop of 500 units from July, but an increase of 727 transactions compared to a year ago (August 2012). In the four-county Puget Sound region (King, Kitsap, Pierce, and Snohomish), the total of 6,916 pending sales was the highest volume for August since 2006 when members notched 7,692 sales.

Prices also reflected an upward trajectory. The area-wide median price for last month’s completed sales of single family homes and condominiums was $283,000, which compares to the year ago figure of $250,000 for a gain of 13.2 percent. Only two other months this year have had higher year-over-year increases: March (14.9 percent) and May (13.4 percent). Since January, prices have jumped 18.3 percent.

Prices on single family homes (excluding condos) that sold during August increased from $263,495 to $294,000 for a gain of 11.6 percent.

King County median prices for August ($392,500, including single family homes and condos) are at 92.4 percent of the peak price of $425,000, set in July 2007.  This surge is due in part to a shortage of homes for sale during the past 2 years.

We have seen 22 straight months of strong-surge sales activity.   Job growth, pent up demand by local home buyers, residential investors, incoming transferees, a strong local economy and historically low interest rates have led the way during this recovery phase of the residential housing market.

Prices in Kitsap County have not spiked as much as some other areas during this recovery period. For sales in that county that closed during August, prices rose slightly more than 3 percent compared to a year ago.  Recovery should be a long-term return to normalcy, and it seems that there is a bit more sanity in Kitsap.

Despite moderate price gains in Kitsap County, buyers were active, with year-over-year pending sales jumping 19.7 percent.

Inventory is showing signs of stabilizing in many Western Washington areas, with members adding nearly 1,800 more new listings to the MLS database during August compared to the same month a year ago. With that 21 percent increase in new listings, the total number of active listings at month end (26,433) was almost on par with a year ago when the selection encompassed 26,506 homes for sale.

Some key indicators are trending lower or slower as the market adjusts to a “new normal.” It should be noted that it would be hard to continue the near record-setting pace of the last few months.

While the overall market remains vibrant and active, we don’t appear to have the frantic ‘must have this home because there may not be another’ mentality among buyers.  The increase in both inventory — a near return to 2012 levels — and the sharp increase in interest rates have been the most influential factors in an end-of-the-summer market adjustment.

Inventory shortages are still common in many parts of King County. MLS figures show of 22 of the 29 map areas it tracks in King County had fewer listings at the end of August than at the same time a year ago.

Measured by months of supply, King County, with only 1.7 months of supply, is well below the 4-to-6-month level that many analysts use as an indicator of healthy levels or a balanced market. The selection is also squeezed in Snohomish County, where there is 1.8 months of supply. System-wide, the figure is at 2.9 months.

Many industry-watchers predicted rising interest rates would slow down the market. Well, it has not, despite jumps in prices and interest rates, homes are still more affordable than they have been in decades.  Buyers are on “heightened alert” because of the recent upward movement in interest rates.  Interest rates aren’t expected to stay as low as they are today and prices in our area are expected to continue to rise. For anyone who is thinking of buying, now is the time!

The current market is “the strongest in four or five years,” with signs of stability that should continue into 2014. “If a buyer finds the home of their dreams, they should make their first offer their best offer or risk losing that home”

Sellers should still be concerned about overpricing their homes.  Some markets may handle some overpricing, while others will not.   While sales are brisk, many sellers are not getting the full listing price.  Price reductions and/or financing contributions may be needed to assist buyers.

The condominium market is rebounding in some areas, offering a good alternative for renters who are seeking good housing at affordable prices. Although the inventory is still below year-ago levels (down 4.8 percent),  there is a good selection with great pricing options. Buyers can purchase with a down payment that is in line with landlord demands for upfront rent and large deposits, and have a more affordable monthly payment.

Pending sales of condos area-wide rose about 6.3 percent during August. Closed sales jumped more than 17.4 percent, with prices surging 26.7 percent.

The National Association of Realtors® (NAR) reported the national median existing home price increased at an annual rate of 12.2 percent – the biggest yearly price increase since Q4 of 2005.

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markcardon.com – Newest homes to hit the market in Seattle

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$8,800,000

Simplicity and complexity make beautiful partners. A thoroughly modern Medina jewel created by Wendell Lovett, known for his adventurous approach to form, sits proudly on a premier “Gold Coast” property. Bold and Sculptural in design, its commanding presence is softened by exquisite gardens & choice views. Nestled on .70 acre w 125 ft waterfront, this is an engineering marvel.A series of secret spaces awaiting your discovery make this one of the most exciting & refreshing homes in the Northwest!

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Relowashington.com – Newcastle Ranked Among Top 10 Towns To Raise Kids

Newcastle Ranked Among Top 10 Washington Towns for Raising Kids

Financial planning website NerdWallet compiled the top-10 ranking based on quality of schools, cost of living and other factors.Newcastle is one of the state’s best places to raise a family, according to a new ranking from the financial planning website NerdWallet.

$539,900

This home features a unique floor plan on over 2 acres of land. This is a must see. Main floor features spacious living room and dining room with built-in cabinetry and vaulted ceilings & large bedroom with french doors to patio. Upstairs features master bedroom with master bath, 2 additional bedrooms, loft and a full bath. Daylight basement with large rec room; perfect for entertaining. Wrap around deck with a hot tub. Property has a large pond. Close to shopping, I-405 and Lake Washington.

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7742 Overlake W Drive


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Status: Active
Listing ID:

512754

City:

Medina

County:

King

Zip:

98039

Area:

520 – Bellevue/West Of
Subdivision:

Medina

Beds:
5
Baths:
3.0

Stories:
1.00

Age:
34.00

Year Built:
1979
Fireplaces:
1.00
Class: Single Family

Subtype:

Residential

List Price:

$1,439,000

Original Price:

$1,439,000

List Date:

7/7/2013
SqFt:
3702
Lot Size SqFt:
16034.00
Remarks
Picture perfect NW Contemporary situated in a wonderful Old Medina location. Well appointed home with new Chef’s kitchen & family room, spacious, light filled formal spaces on a secluded, landscaped 16000+ square foot lot. 5 bdrms & 3 bths with master bedroom, large, entertaining size deck, hot tub, 1400 bottle wine cellar, 2 car garage & separate bonus work/office space combine to make this a truly special and private Medina home.
Features
Lot Desc:
Secluded
Roof:
Composition
Style:
16 – 1 Story w/Bsmnt.
Additional Information
School District¹:
Bellevue
Exterior:
Wood
Living Area:
3702
Basement
Has:
Yes
Type:
Fully Finished
Modified:
7/8/2013
Information provided courtesy of the Northwest Multiple Listing Service (NWMLS). The information contained in this listing has not been verified by Realty Executives International and should be verified by the buyer.
¹ Data provided by US Census Bureau.

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Mark Cardon
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Fax: 425-869-8555

13010 NE 20th St#200, Bellevue, WA, 98005
markcardon@realtyexecutives.com
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WA 24370

 

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Address: 7742 Overlake W Drive
City: Medina
Listing#: 512754
List Price: $1,439,000

PREPARED BY

Mark Cardon
Direct: 425-638-2254 Mobile: 425-638-2254
Fax: 425-869-8555

13010 NE 20th St#200, Bellevue, WA, 98005
markcardon@realtyexecutives.com

WA 24370

 

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Starter home in Newcastle

Newcastle
For people looking for an active, balanced lifestyle, Newcastle combines the convenience and choices of urban living with the comfort and community of a small town. In Newcastle residents can live, work, shop, and play, commute easily to the best jobs in the Pacific Northwest, and return home to live close to natural areas, trails and other opportunities for outdoor recreation. Newcastle’s city staff is here to assist you in enjoying all your community has to offer.

$379,900

Charmer in quiet cul-de-sac near acclaimed Newcastle Golf Course-Well-cared for -3 bed-1.5 bath; attached garage.Investment Architectural Roof; never needs replacing. Master Suite includes walk in closet and opens to new deck. Home has recently remodled kitchen, double pained windows, original hardwood floors throughout. Newly fenced privite yard tastfully landscaped allows light; low mainterance. 4 blocks to main bus line, walk to new library, trails, parks and shopping. Hurry won’t last!

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