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Hawkins-Poe Monthly May Newsletter Market Report Data April 2022

Hawkins-Poe Monthly May Newsletter Market Report Data April 2022

Despite the improving inventory, and in spite of rising interest rates, brokers report brisk activity and...

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Hawkins-Poe Monthly March Newsletter Market Report Data February 2022

Hawkins-Poe Monthly March Newsletter Market Report Data February 2022

Northwest MLS brokers see signs of life based on February’s improving inventory.

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Hawkins-Poe Monthly February Newsletter Market Report Data January 2022

Hawkins-Poe Monthly February Newsletter Market Report Data January 2022

Northwest MLS brokers see signs of busy spring market despite slow January...

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Soggy Weather, Hot Real Estate Market!

Soggy Weather, Hot Real Estate Market!

Soggy weather and the onset of the holidays did not deter thousands of home buyers and sellers at the end of 2021

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Monday Morning Inspiration

Monday Morning Inspiration

“The power for creating a better future...

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Monday Morning Inspiration

Monday Morning Inspiration

"Strive not to be a success, but...

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Cheers & Ready To Serve YOU in 2022

Cheers & Ready To Serve YOU in 2022

key2see team, serving our community by pairing communication with knowledge for a seamless real estate experience.

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Monday Morning Inspiration

Monday Morning Inspiration

"This new day is too dear, with its hopes and invitations, to waste a moment on the yesterdays..."

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Hawkins-Poe Monthly November Newsletter Market Report Data October 2021

Hawkins-Poe Monthly November Newsletter Market Report Data October 2021

Hesitancy, coupled with cooler weather and increasing mortgage rates made for some shifts in the market in October.

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Hawkins-Poe Monthly October Newsletter Market Report Data September 2021

Hawkins-Poe Monthly October Newsletter Market Report Data September 2021

With decreases in active listings in King and Snohomish counties, price pressure may increase in urban areas of the region as people return to the city for work – James Young

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