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Jeff Williams

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Jeff Williams

Windermere Chambers Bay

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Impressive Equestrian Property Overlooking The Chehalis Valley

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Third Quarter Equestrian Home
Market Update

The housing market has cooled significantly in the past six months in response to increased mortgage interest rates.  The slowdown in the equestrian home market has been tempered to some extent by an influx of buyers from California, where water shortages and wildfires are making equestrian life increasingly difficult. Third Quarter Equestrian Home Market Update […]
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Second Quarter Equestrian Home Market Update

The median sale price for an equestrian home in King County is significantly higher now than it was just 12 months ago, but price gains in Pierce, Kitsap and Thurston counties have been more modest. Second Quarter Equestrian HomeMarket Update With mortgage interest rates hovering around 6%, potential home buyers aren’t as eager to purchase […]
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First Quarter Equestrian Home Market Update

Median equestrian home prices in King, Kitsap and Thurston counties were significantly higher in the first quarter of 2022 than they were in the first quarter of 2021. First Quarter Equestrian HomeMarket Update We assumed that rising mortgage interest rates would diminish buyer demand for equestrian homes in the Puget Sound region, leading to a […]
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Secluded equestrian property on 2.8 acres of land

Secluded Equestrian Property in Kent
with Two Stall Barn and Guest Apartment

This secluded custom-built equestrian home is nicely sited on nearly three acres of land.  Features include an updated eat-in kitchen with stainless appliances, a spacious primary suite, a family room, two fireplaces and a detached two car garage with shop area and guest apartment.  Horse facilities include a two stall show barn, heated tack room, […]
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Fourth Quarter Equestrian Home Market Update

  Equestrian home prices were up in all counties in the fourth quarter of 2021 but not as much as the gains we’ve seen with more traditional housing stock.   Fourth Quarter Equestrian HomeMarket Update We saw double digit year over year price gains for equestrian properties in King and Thurston counties in the fourth […]
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