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The Seattle metro ranks among top markets for commercial real estate


The Seattle-Tacoma area now ranks 5th overall in CrowdStreet’s national list of top commercial real estate markets in which to invest. It has jumped from 14th on the commercial real estate investment platform’s list in 2021.


The markets ahead of Seattle-Tacoma were Austin, Texas, followed by Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina; Nashville, Tennessee; and Orlando, Florida. All very fast growing markets.


In the Puget Sound region, multifamily continues to be a “superstar,” with a ranking of fourth overall, Ian Formigle, chief investment officer for CrowdStreet, told Business Journal.


Though King County’s population decreased by 20,000 in 2021, homes prices and rents continued to increase.


“The Seattle-Tacoma MSA (metropolitan statistical area) is about two years behind in housing production,” he said. “There is strong job growth coupled with a housing shortage and rising home prices forcing people to rent, so multifamily rent rates are back to pre-pandemic levels and rising, making the Seattle-Tacoma MSA a great area for investors to consider multifamily investments.”


The report also ranks the Puget Sound area as the third-best place to invest in industrial real estate, behind Los Angeles and Orange County.


“Seattle has had a 9% year-over-year increase in port volumes,” Formigle said. “This increase has fueled industrial demand and led to a 4% vacancy rate in its industrial market. Adding more fuel to Seattle’s already blistering industrial market, where a $367 per square foot average sales price for industrial properties makes the MSA the nation’s most expensive, is the fact that a substantial number of industrial leases are expiring this year and were inked before the massive surge in e-commerce instigated by the pandemic. Prices to lease these industrial properties are up an average of 25% over the rates of the five-year contracts that are expiring.”


Industrial rents in coastal markets, such as a the Puget Sound, are expected to rise 40% over the next two years, according to the report.


The Puget Sound area also grabbed the report’s third-ranked spot on the best places to invest in retail.


“While the pandemic decimated retail in many MSAs, Seattle’s robust employment growth, high-income levels (the second-highest in salary level and third-highest in growth when compared to other major U.S. tech markets) and anticipated population growth of almost 50,000 residents this year, point to a healthy increase in retail deal volume in the MSA for 2022,” Formigle said.


In the report, Seattle-Tacoma did not rank among top markets for office, life sciences or hospitality real estate.

Will Seattle Housing Surpass the Eastside?

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Let’s face is it, any real estate around the Seattle area has been soaring for the last decade. With high paying tech jobs and huge number of fortune 500 companies, Seattle’s economic powers only continue to grow. There has been major changes across the US, as cities are being transformed both good & bad.

How expensive is the Eastside?

For those who aren’t familiar with Seattle, the Eastide would probably be considering anything along the I-405 freeway. This includes cities such as Kirkland, Redmond & Bellevue. It is notoriously known for having a high amount of tech related jobs with many fortune 500 companies such as Expedia, Nintendo and of course, Microsoft’s Headquarters in Redmond. Also many prominent companies have setup offices in the area including Google, SpaceX & Salesforce. The Eastside is no stranger to tech, but with these high paying careers and a fast population growth, one might wonder how the cost of living is doing.

Graph of rents across the Eastside of Washington

Medina, Mercer Island, and West Bellevue (9804) rank as the most expensive zip codes in Washington state. Medina, of course is home to Bill Gates & Jeff Bezos whom are the two wealthiest people in the world. The Eastside is considered more of a suburban area and there for has a lot more single family homes. To give you an idea of the cost of living, the average rent in Bellevue is currently just over $2,500/mo. That is 138% more than the national average where as the average home is at about $825,000.

How expensive is Seattle?

Let’s be clear that just like any other metropolitan city, Seattle is composed of many neighborhoods, zip codes and regions. For the sake of this research we focused on the areas that have been getting the most growth and with the highest employment rate, the majority of these neighborhoods are in the north side of Seattle.

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The average rent for an apartment in Seattle is $2,122, a 3% increase compared to the previous year. However, there is good new as the city of Seattle has been on a building spree the last few years. Rental prices obviously vary through neighborhood. Downtown Seattle has the most expensive rents in Seattle and the Puget Sound area. The Seattle area seems to be building many apartments in the area and thus has cooled off demand, at least, for now. There were three Seattle neighborhoods that made it , including the neighborhoods of Belltown, Lower and East Queen Anne, and South Lake Union. Average rents ranged from between roughly $2,520 to $2,835 each month.

Since early 2018, the West Coast inventory has been on the rise. In Seattle, there were 12,267 units for sale compared to 8,011 in San Francisco. There has been more than a 40 percent throughout the past couple of years. There was an overall increase in listings in Bellevue, and a more than 30 percent increase in Kirkland. However, while rent increases have leveled out in Bellevue and Seattle, South King County cities like Renton, Kent and Federal Way all saw increases in 2019.


As it stands right now, Bellevue is still the more expensive region in Washington. The 98004 zip code has the most expensive rents in Washington and Oregon. Considering that both Seattle & the Eastside’s rents and home values are growing at the same rate. It’s tough to say whether the massive Seattle growth will surpass housing costs on the Eastside. Ever since the growth of Amazon and many tech companies such as Google, Apple and Salesforce, which are all placing huge offices in Seattle, it seems that this growth is also correlated with housing costs and rents on the Eastside. What is your prediction? Will Seattle housing surpass those on the Eastside? Which region do you prefer to live in?

The US Cities That Could See Largest Pricing Shifts

What cities will grow and what will shrink for housing?

A recent study by Natixas emphasized that the majority of homeowners may not have so positive thoughts after purchasing a home.

Huge housing markets such as New York City and Los Angeles over the next couple of years are expected to slow down. Whereas more affordable metro areas such as Miami and San Antonio could start to heat up, according to an analysis by research firm Natixis

Most firms that try and predict home prices rely on recent trends. This Natixis study looked at the supply-and-demand forces that drive prices. For example, if population growth is surpassing housing construction, the amount of home inventory is becoming more scarce, which should push prices higher, Natixis says. However, if the opposite is at work, homes are becoming more abundant, which should lead to more stable price increases or even declines.

Before any of this affects the housing prices, it’s estimated that there is a two-year gap between the growth and housing development, says Natixis economist Troy Ludtka, who conducted the study. Population growth, he says, is generally tied to an area’s economic gains.

Now that prices have climbed about 60% since bottoming in 2012, the national housing market has softened over the past year Zillow expects average U.S. home prices to rise to 2.8% over the next year, a slowdown from a 4.8% increase the prior 12 months.

“Despite this, some cities seem to be pointing upward,” says Ludtka.

Even though cities like Miami and New York could see a shift in momentum, recent trends should continue in other areas. For example, in some markets that have low housing supplies relative to population growth, that gap is widening, likely pushing prices higher, the study found. Those include Dallas-Fort Worth, San Antonio, Houston and Washington D.C.

Other areas where lots of homes have been built relative to population gains — such as Cleveland; Tucson, Arizona; and Kansas City, Missouri – the divide is widening, likely tempering price increases.

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many have sought out a new place to call home. The notion of work from home has only increased and top tech talents like Silicon Valley are starting to see an exodus of people. Many tech workers are switching jobs all-together and with more and more companies moving, the trend keeps increasing.

Here is a brief overview a some housing markets in the US:


What housing markets could get pricey?

Take a look at the five top metro areas where housing is becoming scarcer and home prices could be headed higher:

San Antonio, Texas

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San Antonio (Photo: Eric Gay, AP)

It’s among the nation’s fastest-growing economies and the housing stock isn’t keeping up, Ludtka says. The population climbed 0.31% faster than home supplies over the past year.

Tampa, Florida

This sunset overlooks the Sheraton Riverwalk and downtown Squarerise

This sunset overlooks the Sheraton Riverwalk and downtown Tampa. Tampa is the 15th most popular Spring Break destination, according to (Photo: Visit Tampa Bay)

Among the most vibrant economies in the southeast, Tampa is home to a variety of service and defense-related companies. The population is growing 0.25% faster than new housing, according to Natixis.


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Downtown Miami (Photo: Getty Images)

The center for entertainment and commerce has seen prices moderate, rising 0.8% the past year, according to Zillow. But the Natixis study suggests that could shift, with home construction trailing population gains by 0.24%.

Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City (Photo: Nate Billings/The Oklahoman via AP)

Aerospace, agriculture and energy underpin a healthy economy. The population is growing 0.22% faster than new housing.

Washington, D.C.

The facade of the Capitol building in Washington, D.C.

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The technology and government center is getting a further boost with the arrival of Amazon’s second U.S. headquarters in northern Virginia. But regulations have limited new home construction, leaving housing gains trailing population growth by 0.2%.

What housing markets could get cheaper?

Here are the top five markets where housing is becoming more available and home prices could rise more slowly or fall:


Cleveland downtown waterfront skyline with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame museum and the Great Lakes Science Center.

Cleveland downtown waterfront skyline with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame museum and the Great Lakes Science Center. (Photo: Getty Images)

The former manufacturing stronghold has transformed itself into a biomedical hub but, like other older northern cities, has lost population. There were 0.54% more housing units than people added to the area the past year (including the effects of a drop in population).


Downtown Detroit

Downtown Detroit (Photo: ROMAIN BLANQUART)

Motor City is in a similar situation, and its population has declined for decades. The drop in population puts it 0.5% behind the rise in new home supplies.

El Paso, Texas

Defenders of the historic Union Plaza neighborhood of downtown El Paso, Texas have begun using art and history to show the city that their homes should not be razed to make way for a sports arena.

Defenders of the historic Union Plaza neighborhood of downtown El Paso, Texas have begun using art and history to show the city that their homes should not be razed to make way for a sports arena. (Photo: Mark Lambie, USA TODAY Network)

The gateway from Mexico to the U.S. is ranked second among metro areas where housing is scarce but that’s changing as housing construction catches up to population gains. Housing growth is outpacing the change in population by 0.42%.


6. Chicago: The Windy City’s towering skyline, eclectic neighborhoods and urban Lake Michigan beaches make it a young and vibrant destination that draws hordes as soon as it warms up each summer. Chicago’s museums and culinary scene make it worthwhile in the winter, too, but music, comedy, sports, and food festivals from spring through fall are all comfortably accessible by foot or public transit. Pedestrian trails along the river and the lake offer some of the city’s best waterfront views.  Most walkable neighborhoods: Near North Side, West Loop, and East Ukrainian Village.

Chicago: The Windy City’s towering skyline, eclectic neighborhoods and urban Lake Michigan beaches make it a young and vibrant destination that draws hordes as soon as it warms up each summer. Chicago’s museums and culinary scene make it worthwhile in the winter, too, but music, comedy, sports, and food festivals from spring through fall are all comfortably accessible by foot or public transit. Pedestrian trails along the river and the lake offer some of the city’s best waterfront views. Most walkable neighborhoods: Near North Side, West Loop, and East Ukrainian Village. (Photo: Getty Images)

Although it has one of the world’s largest economies, its population has been shrinking and trails housing gains by 0.36%. within the last decade.


Beale Street in downtown Memphis, Tennessee.

The city has suffered in comparison to Nashville, its vibrant, in-state rival, and its population has declined, putting it 0.34% behind the increase in the housing stock.

You hear about home prices all the time. Just watch your local news, and you’ll hear how much the “average” home prices in your community are up or down.

Home Prices Have Reached Record Highs—Despite the Housing Slowdown

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The recent housing slowdown has given opportunities to buyers that may not be so financially well off. It has even began to give sellers anxiety. However, the price of home listing are not coming down, on the contrary they’re reaching new all time highs as of Spring 2019.

For the first time in March, the median sales price reached $300K. Even though annual price growth has seen a slow down, it’s only in a few parts of the country. Overall the US list price increased 7.2% YoY in March. Comparing it to inflation which went up a mere 1.3%.

Danielle Hale, chief economist of realtor stated that, “Prices are continuing to rise and they’re going to get higher. The same property today that’s for sale is more expensive, and we’re seeing more higher-end homes for sale.”

You’re probably wondering why prices are rising if the market is supposed to be cooling?

“In a slowing market, it’s not uncommon to have a gap between list prices and sale prices. It can take sellers a little bit of time to catch up to the reality,” Hale says.

The market cooling started last summer when the intense home prices began to slow down. This was simply due to supply and demand. Many homeowners saw that home prices were at record high and they tried to capitalize on the opportunity. Ironically, all this did was flood the market with inventory that essentially lowered the prices and slowed down the market. Another factor was the rise of interest rates that got too high for some buyers. These factors ultimately led to price cuts, especially on more expensive homes and the prices didn’t climb as high as the previous year.

In total, there was a 4% increase in the amount of home sale prices for March. However, homes with prices below $200,000 were down 9%. This is making it more difficult for first time home buyers and those with less cash.

The majority of the housing increase came from the luxury market. When it came to homes priced over $750,000, there was an 11% YoY increase in the month of March.

For those that may not have that financial capabilities, there is good news. Mortgage rates have fallen to 4.06% which is giving buyers some relief. It’s the lowest it’s been since January 2018 and well below the 5% in November. This means that if you’re to buy a property for $300,000 you’ll save an average of $100/mo or more in mortgage payments, which can add up in the long-run.

Where are prices rising and falling?

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So where are prices going down, rather than up? In the nation’s most expensive market—Silicon Valley’s San Jose, CA, metropolitan area—prices plummeted 12% in March compared with the previous year. But don’t get too excited—homes still cost a median $1.1 million as of March 1, according to data.

(The report included only the 50 largest metros, which include the main city and the surrounding suburbs and urban areas.)

“It’s a reflection of the huge influx of homes sitting on the market [in that area],” says Hale. The San Jose–area listings were up 114% in March over the previous year. “There’s more choices for buyers and more competition among sellers.”

Prices were also down 3% in San Francisco, Dallas, Houston, and Jacksonville, FL; 2% in Nashville, TN, and Austin, TX; and 1% in Miami and Orlando, FL.

On the other end of the spectrum, Milwaukee saw the biggest jump as median home prices were up 16% year over year in March. That’s likely due to the shortage of properties for sale as listings were down 8% annually. Median prices were $270,000 as of March 1.

“There has been this chronic shortage of homes on the market,” says Milwaukee-based real estate broker Betsy Head of Milwaukee Executive Realty. “People are finally getting to the point where they’ve tried to buy a home a few times and they may have failed because they wanted to negotiate on price. They are figuring out … they have to go in close to asking prices—or over it.”

But the median home price in the Milwaukee area is still reasonable when you look at many other parts of the county.

Milwaukee was followed by Rochester, NY, near the Canadian border, at 14%. Memphis; Kansas City, MO; Indianapolis; and Birmingham, AL, all experienced 13% rises. The other metros seeing double-digit rises were Seattle, at 11%, and Tucson, AZ, at 10%.

    Millennials are set to overtake Baby Boomers to become the largest living adult generation

    Millennials set to ovetake baby boomers in housing market
    • Millennials are projected to overtake Baby Boomers as the largest living adult generation.
    • As older generations age and look to sell properties, growth in the rental market could outpace homeownership over the next decade.
    • Americans have already begun to lean toward rentals, as softer construction activity and housing shortages price potential buyers out of the market.


    Over the next decade there could be higher growth in the rental market as opposed to home ownership. Older generations are also likely to start looking to sell their homes. Over the next 10 years, home supply is set to jump by more than two-thirds, stated by Morgan Stanley in a new research note. But those born between 1981 and 2012 (Gen Y & Z) seems to edge only 7% over that period.


    Millennials are predicted to surpass Baby Boomers as the largest living adult generation this year, according to population projections from the US Census Bureau. With new generations it could cause an increase supply in the rental market. This is especially the case in metropolitan areas, “Gen Z + Y are more likely to rent than own, and the bulge in supply when the Baby Boomers sell looks to dampen net single-family demand,” the analysts said. “This drives a surge in rentership while ownership is challenged.”

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    Some rental markets could see a bigger increase as some areas are more in demand than others. Currently, New England and Rust Belt have the largest group of baby boomers than other generations. However, the result is the exact opposite in the Pacific and the West South Central. As the housing market has been surging and construction, along with development, has been slim, it has led Americans to lean towards rentals. The fact that mortgage rates are lower could help increase home sales. However the new recent tax laws have reduced the incentives for people to buy homes. “Home sales are set to tread water over the next couple of years, which is good news for the rental sector,” Capital Economics economists Matthew Pointon and Andrew Burrell said in a research note. “If Americans aren’t buying homes, many will look to rent one instead.”


    In the end, over the next decade that demand for homes may hold up for the younger generations. In 2018 Millennial still contributed to the most of the home buying growth “I believe millennials will be the most important generational source of demand in the housing market, as well as the general economy, for a number of years to come,” he said.


      Current-home sales jump 11.8 percent in February (US)

      US homes sales seen an increase of over 11 percent in February

      U.S. home sales increased at roughly 11.8 percent in February, caused by accelerating wages and falling mortgage rates that are making homes more affordable.

      The National Association of Realtors mentioned Friday that current homes sold at an adjusted annual rate of 5.51 million last month, an effective sharp rebound from a pace of 4.94 million in January.

      The burst in sales points to the housing market regaining the momentum that it lost in the middle of 2018, after a spike in rates for home loans caused sales to slow. The February sales figures point toward growth in sales of homes priced between $250,000 and $500,000, a range that is generally affordable to middle-class families.

      “This was fueled principally by an improvement in affordability resulting from a combination of slower house price gains, lower mortgage rates and more rapid wage growth,” stated David Berson, chief economist at Nationwide Mutual Insurance.

      Still, existing-home sales are down 1.8 percent from a year ago because of the intensity of the slow down last year. But 30-year mortgage rates have since tumbled after peaking in early November at roughly 5 percent, helping sales to recover as that average has fallen to 4.28 percent this week, according to mortgage buyer Freddie Mac.

      Mortgage rates will most likely fall further. The Federal Reserve expressed this week that it anticipates no further interest rate increases this year — a message that has sent the yield on the 10-year Treasury note plunging. Rates on long-term mortgages closely track the 10-year yield.

      The median sales price in January was $247,500, which was a slight increase of 3.6 percent from 2018. Home price growth has been converging with average hourly wage gains in recent months.

      However, February’s sales bust caused the months’ supply of homes on the market to tumble to 3.5 months from 4.4 months in September.

      Sales climbed in the Midwest, South as well as here in the West during February but were unchanged in the Northeast.

      5 Thing You Must Know When Buying a Newly Constructed Home

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      Ever since inventory has began to be scare, many home buyers are looking for new construction properties. When you purchase a newly constructed home, there are additional steps that are essential.

      Because we want to make this a hassle-free process, we want to give you five tips to make sure you know when you’re buying a new construction home.

      1. Hire the right inspector

      Even though home builders must follow city and town regulations, an independent home inspector will have your best interest. Typically when a newly constructed home is going through the buying process, you’ll generally have 1-3 inspections depending on desires.

      All of the inspections are critical since the inspector will usually spot anything that the developer possibly missed. It’s highly recommended that if you can, attend the inspection. This way you can ask questions about the new property to make sure any problems are addressed by the builder.

      2. Have additional time during the buying process.

      There’s quite a bit of factors that can ultimately impact the progress of your home. One key factor is the weather. This can be especially critical if it’s in the fall or winter. Rain and we weather can delay the initial foundation of home building. Snow and cold temperatures can also cause pipes and such to freeze slowing which will extend your timeline.

      Most of the time, developers will have an additional week or two, in mind just in case. However for you, if you’re selling your home this can be another burden, you don’t want to end up in the process of buying and selling a home.

      3. Go to the construction site when possible

      At the end of the day, this is your new home so you want to make sure everything is going well. You want to check up on the property not just once, but make sure to visit often preferably at least once a week. You may also want to take pictures in case something in the future were to come up. This can be especially critical with pipe and electrical work.

      4. See if there’s builder incentives

      One of the benefits many homeowners like is the fact that they can customize their home the way they’d like. This can be anything from having your desired counter tops, porch. room, you name it!

      However add-ons and work like this can add up quickly. It’s not uncommon for builder to have incentives that help you reduce your overall spending cost. By doing some research you can identify some way builders within your area are offering incentives.

      5.Have a good relationship with the developer

      Ultimately having a good relationship is key to a successful project. You can start by having a meeting prior to constructions starting. Here you will go over the project for your home. You can establish ways to stay up to date on the project, such as having weekly updates or so. Make sure they let you know by following up with you on the progress by showing you pictures along the way.

      Ultimately, buying a newly constructed home can have its benefits. However, make sure you don’t fall victim to mistakes buyers make when purchasing a newly built home.

        The Surprising Fastest Growing City in the US

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        You might find uprising what the fastest appreciating US city is. In recent data it is shown to be Detroit. The city that once was deeply impacted by the fledgling automotive industry is starting to see a comeback in home prices. The city is in a rebuilding phase and prices have surged nearly 100% since 2013. There are also quite a few other cities that have seen explosive growth. Some not as surprising as others. Coming in at number two is San Francisco. The city that’s well known for tech startups has seen tremendous growth in recent years. It’s very impressive to have that much growth considering the already hot market, but the San Francisco Bay area just keep seeing more and more growth. One also notable statistic is that three of the top 7 fastest growing cities are based in California. California has gotten so much growth in recent years and it just keeps getting more expensive. Home Value have jumped at least 50% in highly populated areas including San Francisco.

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        Source: Statista

        As you can see California has been having wonderful growth over the previous years. A lot of it of course has to do with the tech companies from there. Many tech companies are also trying to venture out of Silicon Valley. Other tech hubs include Austin, TX which is having strong population growth. Other notable tech hubs include Nashville, which amazon has hinted may create jobs there. Other notable areas include Seattle which has had tremendous growth in recent years as well. Seattle is home to many large companies such as Amazon, Microsoft as well as other tech companies and non-technical large companies. The market has seen been continuing to grow and will increase as tech giants expand,

        Overall where do you think fast growth is happening? We know there are many factors that play a role here. Job growth is just one of them.

        Making Sure Your Real Estate Transaction Goes Through

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        Financing Issues

        Are you looking to sell you home, but don’t know where to start? Selling a home can be a long and daunting process, but with Squarerise it does not have to be. There are so many things that can go wrong when you are trying to sell your home. A lot of which is none of your fault. One of the main reasons that a real estate transaction falls through is because a buyer can’t perform. Yes, that’s correct, getting a buyer that is qualified to buy your home is the tough part. And the thing is that you have no control over this, you won’t know if a buyer can be approved for their mortgage until escrow is getting ready to close.However, we don’t live in a perfect world, and even a buyer with a pre-approved letter is still likely to get rejected for financing. Overall there are too many reasons to why a mortgage loan would get rejected. It’s one stress and burden that many individuals selling their home have to ask themselves, “can this person buy my house?” at the end of the day we can’t know for sure whether they are a tire-kicker or an actual interested party. This can be especially big for first time buyers who may not have sufficient enough credit. Buying a home is a huge decision for anyone or family. So it;’s no surprise that real estate transactions can fall through so easy. Luckily for you, we are buying homes all the time. So for us it’s not rare and we are always prepared to buy your home. Financing can be a huge struggle for most people. Like we mentioned, even with a pre-approved letter, there is no guarantee of the sale happening. One small change in the buyer’s employment or credit status and financial institutions will not be hesitant to deny a loan.

        Our Solution

        When it comes to selling with Squarerise, one of the last things you have to worry about is a transaction not going through. When we give you an offer on your home, we are very keen with our offer. We are there to buy your home. We also pay cash, so there is no need for you to have to wait for us to get financing. Our offers are firm and you know that with us you are always in good hands. One of the things many sellers like working with us, is that we can work around your schedule. Whether you need to close in 7 days or 3 months, we can work around it. Since we pay cash, we can schedule closing on the timeline that best fits you. This can be incredibly beneficial to those that are in urgent situations. We have seen many cases where people come to unforeseen situations and are in need to sell their home. In many cases like this a realtor or fsbo is not an option, especially when the homes need too many repairs to list. Here at Squarerise, we always put our clients first and attempt to point you in the right direction. We have worked with homeowners in the Seattle are for the past several years and we strive to continue doing so.

        One of our intents here at Squarerise is to mitigate the risk of having financing fall through on the buyer side. Since we thoroughly evaluate the properties we buy, there should be no reason as to why we can’t perform. Believe us, there is nothing worse than getting ready to close on your home only to have the deal fall through, this actually more common than most people think and is one of the top reasons real estate transactions in America don’t go through. Part of the reason is that when you are dealing with home buyers, you are also generally dealing with emotions. See, we do not buy houses out of emotions. We run our numbers strictly, evaluate the location and check out the property. Since we are a business, make our decisions based off of data and reasoning not emotions. Ultimately if you can come to an agreement with Squarerise, then you know that you are in a good spot and we are here to buy your house. You will be walking away with your cash in no time.

        Looking to find more information on selling your home? Well look no further, you’re in the right place. Please visit our seller page and fill out our form or call us so we can get started on buying your home.

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