Madison Park Real Estate is fascinating - This Seattle neighborhood is both urban and upscale and filled with pretty spectacular real estate.
Thinking of buying a Madison Park home for sale and wondering which ones are the best and why?
It is here where you can find some of the most amazing Lake Washington waterfront properties in the entire county – Both Madison Park and Laurelhurst which is directly across the water North of Madison Park that boast these beautiful Seattle waterfront estates. If you want to see Madison Park waterfront homes for sale or other Madison Park property, let me know. Also, here is the current listings in Madison Park- all brokers and all companies and swept from the NWMLS to stay current.
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Enjoy and let me know if you would like to see ANY of them. We have experience not only in Madison Park and Washington Park, but also with Madison Park waterfront homes, and would love to share our expertise with you!
Madison Park had some ups and downs in 2012. Look at the charts below. Obviously, the last graph is the most telling for Madison Park real estate. It is the months of inventory supply which shifts downward drastically. This is probably partially due to the holiday season when some brokers advise their clients to take their Madison Park homes off the market. This season has historically been busier for us with more well qualified and extremely serious buyers having the down time they need to search for a home.
If you are interested in finding out the value of your home in the current market, please let us know. You can also email MadisonPark@CooperJacobs.com
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Gorgeous Day Today In Madison Park -
I couldn’t resist taking some shots with the beautiful Seattle sun out!
This is good and bad – rates are low and the buyers who are out there would prefer more choices, but at the same time if we flood them with too many choices then Madison Park homes begin to lose some of their value.
To get a better idea of where Madison Park stands compared to previous years, let’s look back at the months of inventory over a five year period:
Even at 7.3 months of inventory as of December 2010, it is still easy to see that we have a ways to go in order to achieve additional stabilization as two to four months was the average inventory range that Madison Park enjoyed prior to 2005.
Madison Park, Seattle, WA 2010 real estate wrap up
Well, this year was a challenging one for real estate all over the city with some glimpses of good news and growth. After a peak of pending Madison Park homes for sale that went to pending in the MLS back in March, the resulting closed sales followed for a couple months. This was the height of closed transactions in the MLS for Madison Park in 2010.
There were 6 Madison Park homes that closed in escrow in April and 5 in May. Other months resulted in 1-3 closings with the exception of October 2010 where we saw no Madison Park homes either close or go under contract according to Trendgraphix numbers pulled from the NWMLS. These numbers are for Single family residential homes in Madison Park.
Madison Park is a Seattle Neighborhood just East of Capitol Hill and on the banks of Lake Washington. It has an adorable downtown center and is a great place for shopping, restaurants, etc. Madison Park has beautiful outdoor spaces including beachfront and interior neighborhood parks.
You can find Madison Park homes for sale – no matter who they are listed by here: Madison Park Real Estate
Let us know if you need a Madison Park Realtor – Cooper Jacobs has Seattle neighborhood specialists in all areas of Seattle and other Puget Sound areas.
I love this. This is a 1915 map of Madison Park’s McGilvra Colony from the Seattle Municipal Archives. Madison Park has a long and fun history and so do Seattle houseboats so I thought this was a great map to combine the two. There are no Seattle houseboats on Lake Washington any more, but there was a time when they were all along the shores including Madison Park! According to the book Madison Park Remembered by Jane Powell Thomas, there were a series of wooden walkways along Lake Washington that led out to the houseboats beyond.
Image Courtesy of Seattle Municipal Archives Item #944