Real Estate HEADLINES
Rush Residential, the custom home building arm of The Rush Companies, announced this morning its newest residential community in Gig Harbor.
A California-based apartment developer has bought Chelsea Heights in Tacoma, has an offer in on Albers Mill and its eyes on other properties in the city.
The Tacoma Housing Authority took a major step this week in advancing the rebirth of the former Salishan public housing area on Tacoma’s East Side as a major mixed-use housing development.
WASHINGTON — A survey shows U.S. home prices rose 10.5 percent in March compared with a year ago, the biggest gain since March 2006.
The Pierce County streak of improved home sales and rising median prices continued into April, making it the fourth straight month that the housing market has shown signs of recovery, according to Northwest Multiple Listing Service data released Monday.
The Obama administration’s Home Affordable Refinance Program is at last helping legions of American homeowners with upside-down mortgages.
WASHINGTON — The average U.S. rate on the 15-year fixed mortgage fell to a new record low last week, and the rate on the 30-year fixed loan declined. Cheaper mortgages have encouraged more home-buying and refinancing.
WASHINGTON — Average U.S. rates on fixed mortgages fell sharply this week and moved closer to historic lows, keeping home-buying and refinancing attractive.
Pierce Countys streak of improved home sales and higher median prices continued in March, with both sales and prices rising again, likely cementing the view that the slower housing market finally is behind us, according to new Northwest Multiple Listing Service data released Thursday.
The Pierce County Council unanimously approved a measure Tuesday calling for foreclosed homes to be registered and abandoned residential properties to be maintained.
In the past few months, new homes have started to appear, here and there, across Pierce County. One or two go up at a time, filling in neighborhoods that have sat, pockmarked with empty lots, for almost four years.
Just five years ago, Tom Price and Hyun Um were a Pierce County success story.
Before they became two of Western Washingtons most prolific real estate developers, Tom Price and Hyun Um were college roommates at Central Washington University in Ellensburg.
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