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Commercial Real Estate in Seattle Continues its Boom

Commercial Real Estate in Seattle Continues its Boom

As the recent Bisnow Seattle Construction & Development Forecast” event outlined, the commercial real estate industry in Seattle is continuing its boom and the city is even looking at ways to lessen the length of time of the permitting and approval process by adding staff.

RSIR to Launch a “Market Tracker” Tool for Homebuyers

RSIR to Launch a “Market Tracker” Tool for Homebuyers

Thinking about selling and want to know more about home prices in your neighborhood? Searching for a home and want to ensure you understand market fundamentals in the region? Our market moves quickly—and so do you. Meet the Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty “Market Tracker,” a new tool that puts the latest local real estate data at your fingertips.

Seattle Construction Update: The Emerald City Still Has the Most Cranes in the U.S.

Seattle Construction Update: The Emerald City Still Has the Most Cranes in the U.S.

Earlier this month, Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) released their biannual crane count and despite a slight decrease in the number of cranes dotting the Seattle skyline, the Emerald City held strong with the most cranes in the U.S. at 59.

5 Amazon HQ2 Mysteries

5 Amazon HQ2 Mysteries

Though Amazon is keeping its search for the next HQ2 location under wraps, Washington Post recently reported that “in the vacuum, the tiniest shreds of information related to the HQ2 search are being examined with a level of scrutiny normally reserved for the Zapruder film or Bryce Harper’s coming free agency.” As anticipation builds over a murky waiting period, it’s hard not to get swept up in the theories, so here’s a list of 5 Amazon HQ mysteries to consider.  

Will There Be a Mass “Tech Exodus” in Seattle?

Will There Be a Mass “Tech Exodus” in Seattle?

The CEO of Redfin, Glenn Kelman, recently asked the question in a feature for GeekWire, and though “he’s convinced skyrocketing housing costs in thriving coastal cities will lead to a ‘mass migration’ of companies and talent to smaller cities in other parts of the country,” which begs the question, will there be a mass “tech exodus” in Seattle?