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Five takeaways from Seattle’s red-hot 2021 housing market

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Seattle Times | Heidi Groover

It’s getting harder to find a home for less than $500,000 and easier to find one with a price tag of more than $1 million.

That’s just one takeaway from year-end data on Western Washington home sales, released Wednesday by the Northwest Multiple Listing Service. The figures also chart the ongoing rise of the suburbs, the shortage of homes for sale and which luxury tower had the priciest condo sale of the year.

Keep reading for the five takeaways: 5 takeaways from Seattle’s red-hot 2021 housing market, and the year’s priciest sales

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