Seattle, Washington has had the fastest rising home prices in the United States in the past 2 years. Here we take a look at the reasons for such strong demand for Seattle homes and something very interesting has happened that we haven’t seen since 2007.
Links to articles referenced in the video:
Seattle Housing Bubble Blog: https://bit.ly/2xKQ0ox
Wolf Street home price charts: https://bit.ly/2JDAm3b
Seattle Historic population growth: https://bit.ly/2sCFScu
U.S. rental prices squeeze: http://fortune.com/2017/09/15/housing-market-prices/
Seattle tech company offices map: https://bit.ly/2LvaROq
Seattle home price growth surpasses previous housing bubble: https://bit.ly/2HrTuga
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