Clean, green and poised for long-term corporate growth, the Eastside real estate market provides an exceptional investment opportunity. Its typically larger lots and newer construction provide an alternative to the hustle and bustle of most Seattle neighborhoods. Diverse in its proximity to major arterials—and therefore commute times—the Eastside is made up of many very different communities in both rural and urban settings. Overall, the Eastside saw an 11% increase in the average year-over-year sale price in Q3.
East Lake Sammamish (17.2%) showed the strongest year-over-year average sale price gains in Q3, followed by East Bellevue (13.8%), Woodinville (13.5%), Mercer Island (12.9%), South Bellevue (8.9%), West Bellevue (7.9%), Redmond (6.7%), and Kirkland (6.3%).
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