Seattle leads home price increases nationwide for the 17th month in a row

TRD New York /
Mar.March 30, 2018 01:19 PM

The average price of single-family homes in the Seattle area was up 12.9 percent in January from the year before, The Seattle Times reported. That marks the 17th month in a row that the city lead the country in home price growth and the Times notes that it’s the longest streak for any metro area since San Francisco enjoyed a 20-month lead in 2001. The current median price of a Seattle home is at an all-time high of $777,000. [Seattle Times]


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos (Credit: Getty Images, iStock)

Amazon’s shopping cart now includes new grocery store leases in LA area

Across the US, new home sales keep falling

Home prices roar in Arlington, whimper in Manhattan post-Amazon

No one home: Japan’s dwindling population means a housing oversupply

Another canary? More homes sell at below asking price, report shows

Miami is the most rent-burdened city in the country: report

Placeholder image

Hundreds of Gap, Family Dollar, Victoria’s Secret stores to close

Worn down: Payless shoes to close all 2K locations, declare bankruptcy

arrow_forward_ios