Dive into the 2019 Waterfront Report

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Summer is the official time for waterfront living in the Puget Sound and Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty has put together an in-depth look of waterfront trends in 14 counties around Western Washington. RSIRWaterfront.com charts 15 months’ worth of data and includes average and median sales price trends, topographic maps of 27 areas and monthly sales activity.

Sellers will find useful looks at seasonality, market positioning and other special considerations for the sale of waterfront homes. Buyers will benefit from a set of key questions that assist in narrowing home search criteria.

The report also looks at five sub-regions, analyzed in depth:

  • Waterfront Center: the city of Seattle, Eastside King County to Sammamish, and the eastern shore of Bainbridge Island

  • Waterfront East: King County west of Sammamish, Snohomish County to Lake Stevens, South Whidbey Island, Kingston on the Kitsap Peninsula, and Pierce County east of Lakewood

  • Waterfront West: Grays Harbor, the South Puget Sound Basin, Hood Canal, and Kitsap County west of Kingston and Winslow

  • Waterfront North: Central and North Whidbey Island, Camano Island, Port Townsend, Snohomish County north of Port Gardner, Skagit, Whatcom and San Juan Counties

  • Mountain Lake and Riverfront: Chelan and Kittitas Counties

Above: The five sub-regions for analysis of seasonal waterfront transaction data. Each mark is a single transaction during the subject 15-month period (January 2018 through March 2019).

Above: The five sub-regions for analysis of seasonal waterfront transaction data. Each mark is a single transaction during the subject 15-month period (January 2018 through March 2019).