Rollingbay Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Rollingbay, WA continually updated from thousands of sources.
Wednesday Oct 8 | via North Kitsap
The median sales price of a home in Kitsap County was $249,950 in September, $7,000 more than in August and the sixth-highest of Western Washington counties. The highest median sales price in the Northwest MLS was in San Juan County, $473,500, followed by King County, $420,000. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 7 | via Central Kitsap Reporter
Pending sales in the Kitsap County real estate market surged by more than 40 percent in September compared to the same month a year ago, according to the latest report from the Northwest Multiple Listing Service. "Kitsap County leads the Puget Sound region in the dramatic increases in pending and closed sales," said Mike Eliason, Association Executive of the Kitsap County Association of RealtorsA . Comment?
Jul 27, 2014 | via Port Orchard
The position of county assessor requires expertise in real estate, business acumen, customer service and communication skills. Comment?
Jul 25, 2014 | via North Kitsap Herald
A woman was struck by a truck and killed at Naval Base Kitsap - Bangor. A new neighborhood will soon emerge in Poulsbo. Comment?
Jul 11, 2014 | via Bremerton Patriot
Interest rates are still low and there's still inventory in every price range in the Central Kitsap residential real estate market, but prices are inching their way up. Comment?
Friday Oct 3 | via HeraldNet
LoanStar in Everett adds branch support manager Erik Noet recently joined LoanStar as a branch support manager at the Everett branch. Noet attended Kamiak High School in Mukilteo and studied forestry at the University of Washington. Comment?
Monday Sep 29 | via The Washington Post
U.S. stock-index futures fell, signaling shares will extend a drop after their worst week in eight, as protests escalated in Hong Kong and investors weighed economic data to gauge the timing of higher interest rates. Apple Inc. declined 1.2 percent after falling for two straight weeks. Comment?
Monday Sep 29 | via Bloomberg
European stocks fell as investors awaited data on American personal spending and income, as well as pending home sales, to gauge the timing of any Federal Reserve interest-rate increases. U.S. stock futures and Asian shares also dropped. Comment?
Sunday Sep 28 | via Journalgazette.net
WASHINGTON Bruce Hottle's $10,000 computer systems upgrade in February at his Pennsylvania concrete plant may be his last investment for another two years. More than 1,100 miles south in suburban Miami, Maggie Cruz- Ledon and her husband have set a 2015 deadline to buy a house, upping their budget in the process. Comment?
Friday Sep 26 | via Minyanville
This past week was certainly turbulent. On Thursday, we got a surprise selling event, with a wide variety of causa proximas attributed to the event - the best was that Mario Draghi was cashing in on the ECB's dollar-denominated equities due to the favorable changes in the Euro exchange rate. Comment?
1 min ago | via The Mamaroneck Daily Voice
Real estate in Westchester settled into a steady state during the third quarter, with a modest increase in the median sale price and a slight dip in activity compared to the third quarter in 2013. "Even though sales were a tick down, we saw some meaningful price appreciation,'' said Joe Rand, a managing partner for Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty. Comment?
2 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
Before talking about wages and wages recovery in the United States, I would like to bring readers' attention to a few remarks by Yellen on lack of savings. According to Yellen - Large shares of American households have very few assets to fall back on and thus are "extraordinarily vulnerable." Comment?
2 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
Wells Fargo made a more extensive case than usual for staying optimistic on the recovery for U.S. housing in its last earnings call. John Stumpf, Chairman and CEO of Wells Fargo , has had a habit during recent earnings conference calls of pinning a stronger U.S. economy on a strong housing market. Comment?
Friday | via The Day
State Rep. Elissa Wright is a forceful advocate for families and consumers. At the height of the sub-prime mortgage crisis, she helped enact pro-consumer legislation to combat unscrupulous lending practices and protect homeowners caught in the grip of a stumbling economy. Comment?
17 min ago | via New Statesman
Labour last week has published its major housing review, the Lyons report. It has been well-reviewed for the policy measures it proposes that may lead to more home building. Comment?
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