Nestled along the Puget Sound, Shoreline is a city just north of Seattle. With Interstate-5 cutting right through the middle of the city, getting to and from the freeway, and going south to Seattle or up into Snohomish County and all points north, is easy. There are several neighborhoods with small hubs, but at the present, Shoreline does not have a ‘downtown’ area like many cities its size. That may change with Light Rail coming to the city in the next few years.
Described by residents as a growing, well-run city with scenic vistas and a long list of conveniences, Shoreline is a top choice for many in the region. Its excellent schools make it especially attractive to families with children in school, and its many parks, restaurants, shops, and cherished annual community events make it all the more appealing. Many people like being right next door to Seattle as well, whether you commute in for work or enjoy exploring the city.
We are seeing signs of price stabilization and some growth after the market correction of 2022! Illustrated on the front is the up-down-up trajectory that home prices have experienced over the last year. While we are in the midst of measuring the negative difference from the peak prices of the first half of 2022 to […]Read More
The real estate market is adjusting to new environmental factors as we round out 2022. Interest rates have been on an upward trend since the spring and have increased by 2 points since the first of the year. This has put downward pressure on the peak prices we saw in the spring as we return to more […]Read More