In the Pink If you pay attention to the real estate market here on the island, you should certainly have a sense that it is a seller’s market. The low supply and high demand is doing its job to tick prices upward. However, a glance at this map below gives you a […]
A Wild Ride We hope everyone has been holding on, because the past six months have been some of our wildest ever. Our inventory levels have continued to hover at around half of what is considered normal, so the year started slowly because buyers wanted more choices. In January and […]
2015 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS July 3rd July 3rd Street Dance 6:00 PM-11:00 PM Dance to Music on Winslow Way. Beer & Wine Garden. Local Food. Family Fun. Live Music. DJ. July 4th 7:00 AM–11:00 AM Traditional Pancake Breakfast Town & Country Market Parking Lot 9:00 AM-5:00 PM Street Fair, Downtown Winslow Town […]
Our Winery list is a pretty good one, considering we a small island. The full list and links are below as well as a list of tasting rooms. The Winery Alliance of Bainbridge Island coordinates collaborative events for all the wineries and is a great resource for islander wine lovers […]
How the market looks on Bainbridge Island today: 54 Active or Contingent Residential Listings (versus 248 in 2009) 20 Vacant Homes 0 New Listings 20 Homes Currently Pending 15 Homes sold in April 9 Homes sold this month so far A seller’s market indeed!
Go Play Outside The cherry blossom are in full bloom and it is not raining. That makes for a great first day of spring in the Pacific Northwest. Since I love maps, I thought I’d share some of my favorite outdoor resources for the island. The Bainbridge Island Parks District […]
A Market Regains its Momentum Inventory Continues to Drive the Island Market All in all, 2014 has to be viewed as a very good year for the Bainbridge real estate market. The primary challenge of the year was a lack of inventory, which meant that buyers had too few […]
Boomtown Across the Water Seattle is booming. Our urban neighbor has many thriving employers (including Boeing, which sometimes gets characterized as a “bad corporate citizen” but it’s still a company that brings lots of business and jobs to our region!), herds of building cranes downtown, and is frequently included on […]