WA: Seattle Home Prices Drop, Sales Jump

Seattle Gay Real EstateSeptember home sales in Seattle increased 26.2% when compared to the same month last year, DataQuick said Wednesday.

Sales in the area were spurred in part by reduced home prices across the market, the real estate data firm concluded.

The metro area, which includes Seattle, Tacoma and Bellevue, saw 3,747 new and resale home closings in September. While up significantly from a year earlier, it is down 11.8% from August. However, a seasonal decline from August to September — the start of the school season — is common, DataQuick said.

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