Open House This Saturday in Poulsbo!

211 Weeping Peach Ct. – Offered At $425,000

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Open House Saturday, January 30th from 1-4pm!


Spacious & Sunny Poulsbo Place

Join Managing Broker Edward Buckley this Saturday to tour this beautiful two-story Craftsman home, which is conveniently located just a few blocks from Old Town Poulsbo. Enjoy in town living near the quaint marina boardwalk, specialty shops, and a variety of restaurants. The expansive livingroom features a gas fireplace, and the maple floors in the kitchen shine.

The lovely home’s second level includes two bedrooms and a bonus room, which could be perfect for media or your hobbies!

Beautifully private setting next to park includes a partially fenced yard.

Weeping Peach-12For more information:

Jennifer Saez or Susan Lorenz, Brokers
http://www.buckleyrealestate.com/879401
(206) 265-2260 | (206) 434-5711

Realtor.com: San Francisco Hottest Real Estate Market in the Country

According to Realtor.com, California is the place to move. Of the 20 hottest real estate markets in the United States during December 2015, 11 were in California. San Francisco, San Jose, Vallejo, Sacramento, San Diego, Santa Rosa, Yuba City, Stockton, Los Angeles, Oxnard and Modesto are all facing skyrocketing home values.

Hottest Markets 2015Outside California, there are some surprises. Boulder, CO for instance, which earlier in 2015 was among the top 5 hottest real estate markets, is holding strong at 17th most active market. Denver, CO is still the 7th busiest market, in spite of their wintery weather. Detroit, MI, which had languished for years following the collapse of the auto industry, is finally buzzing again, appearing at #16 in December.

Fort Wayne, Indiana, a hub for the federal defense industry, rolls in just under the cut-off as the 19th hottest market. The snowbird cities of Tampa and Palm Bay, Florida are the 18th and 14th most active markets, respectively.

The metropolitan conglomerate that is Dallas-Ft. Worth (Or DFW, as locals call it) is expanding at breakneck speed, claiming its position as the 4th hottest market in the nation. From nearby universities and the music scene, to the tech industry and professional services, Dallas-Dt. Worth is a force with which to be reckoned.

Midland, TX on the other hand, barely clings to our list, rounding out at #20 due to the oil industry, which has seen renewed life since the advent of fracking. With the ban on oil exports lifted, one can expect the industry will continue to grow.

Nashville, Tennessee, music capitol of the United States, is still growing, with the 13th hottest real estate market in the US.

Across the country, real estate sales are on the rise, with home values in some markets meeting or exceeding pre-crash prices, this time without the accompanying sub-prime mortgage backed bubble.

Whether you’re interested in moving, or cashing in on an investment, now is the time to sell your home.