I’m obsessed with Kirkland and selling some of the finest boutique waterfront properties in 98033 and 98034. I’m great at working with HOA’s and Property Management firms! This is where most agents get jammed up! Not me.
I live, work, and play in Kirkland! That’s why I go by @KirklandPeach!
You can count on me to represent your sale with maximum strategy for your ROI. It’s not about a sign in the yard; half of these condos won’t even allow for signage! It’s about pricing and presentation!
Sunset Pointe Condo. Houghton. Sold!
6620 Lake Washington Blvd. “The Park” Sold.
733 Lakestreet Condo. Sold.
375 Kirkland Ave. The Boulevard, Sold.
Coming Soon! Juanita Shores.
What is the value of your condo? Let’s talk. Timing and strategy are everything. Let’s get real about your home value while the market is hot.
GeorgiaWall@JohnLScott.com | 206.948.0431 | http://www.Facebook.com/KirklandLiving
Ask yourself these 5 questions to help you decide if you have house fatigue and are ready for something newer or bigger or in a more desirable location:
- Has your income or financial situation improved? If you’re making more money, you may be able to afford higher mortgage payments and cover the costs of moving.
- Have you outgrown your neighborhood? For example, you may have realized that you hate your commute or your children might excel in a different school district.
- Are there reasons why you can’t remodel or add on? Sometimes you can create a bigger home by adding a new room or building up. But if your property isn’t large enough, your municipality doesn’t allow it, or you’re simply not interested in remodeling, then moving to a bigger home may be your best option.
- Are you comfortable moving in the current housing market? If your market is hot, your home may sell quickly and for top dollar, but the home you buy also will be more expensive. If your market is slow, finding a buyer may take longer, but you’ll have more selection and better pricing as you seek your new home.
- Are interest rates attractive? A low rate not only helps you buy a larger home, but also makes it easier to find a buyer.
Usually, you don’t build up much equity in the first few years of your mortgage, as monthly payments are mostly interest, but if you’ve owned your home for five or more years, you may have significant, unrealized gains.
Let me personalize your home market analysis for you so you can decide what your next step is. Knowledge and experience count!
My name is Georgia. My friends call me Peach. I live in Kirkland where I have been helping Buyers and Sellers for 12 years.
Buyer’s are exhausted; Running around before and after work ( and taking off during lunch breaks) to be the first buyer to see a property gets old fast.
Let alone, pre-inspections, escalation clauses and waiving appraisals is not what most buyers have in mind when it comes to buying a home.
New construction may be your best solution to avoid the rush of the resale market. Builders have inventory that needs to move and for Buyers that translates to peace of mind, picking out your own color pallets and allowing the time needed for financing and inspections.
You can find me twice a week at Lexington Park in Bothell. There are 4 homes, move-in ready and all priced to sell $559,900-$669,000.
New prices on new construction. Come visit me at the model home.
Come check us out this weekend. Fri- Mon 11-6pm.
Neighborhood / Average Days on Market /Average Price*
Bridal trails= 10 days/ $678,000
East of Market= 23 days (some in 4 or less) / $1,098,000
West of market= 49 days / $1,453,000
Downtown Condos= 17 days (down from 31)/ $632,000
Juanita= 6 days/ $467,000
Houghton = 16 days / $817,000
Highlands= 9 days (2 sold in 1 day)/ $726,000
Kirkland= 20 days/ $728,500
Rose Hill = 33 days / $724,500
North Rose Hill= 20 days / $395,000
Nothing in Totem Lake in 60 days ____ ____ Only 2 condos
- Homes in East of Market sell about 20 days faster than Homes West of Market. But also cost aprox. $400,000 less.
- North Rose Hill is the least expensive neighborhood in Kirkland ( not including Kingsgate)
- Juanita is out selling East of Market, West of Market, Bridal Trails, Downtown & Houghton. Just 6 days on market & each OVER list price.
- 17 days>> the current average for “Days on Market” for Downtown Kirkland from 31 days
- Kirkland Condos are more financially accessible than they have been since 2005.
- Highlands, Kirkland and Rose Hill (specifically Kirkland address, not including Redmond homes) are all in the same price bracket.
- Bridal Trails is selling over list price more than any other neighborhood.
*The last 60 days on the market
Just 22 days into the new year of 2014 and everyone is asking, “Is now the right time to sell?” Historically, the Winter and Spring market is known for increasing inventory and a robust buyer’s market. But there is a lack of competition (AKA Listings) in Kirkland and many other Eastside neighborhoods which lead me to answer boldly: YES!
Every day I log onto the NWMLS and scour for new listings to show. And every Sunday at open houses I meet buyers and they are all asking me the same thing: “Where are all the houses for sale?”
There are just not enough homes on the market!
And who wouldn’t want to live here anyway? Last year I helped three out-of-state buyers relocate to our beautiful city.
Kirkland is a great place to live. I brag on my city as much as I can. Our Lake Washington view walks and sidewalk lined streets are highly desirable. Even the city encourages you with brightly posted signs to EXPORE!
Did you know there are 96 parks between Juanita to Yarrow Point?