A new housing report finds that cities with stable job markets and a low cost of living factor into homebuyers' demand for bigger homes.
Despite inflation fears, Tacoma will need nearly 10,000 houses ‘For Sale’ to meet expected demand over the next three years, according to the latest forecast from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The department also predicts only 1,300 new homes will be built in that same period.
Next year people in Seattle will decide whether the city should set up a public developer to create affordable housing.
Dozens of families are facing eviction at Meridian Mobile Estates in Puyallup to make room for the development of more than 200 new apartments.
The Justice Department alleges that employees of the company made racist comments about making loans to Black homebuyers, calling some neighborhoods “ghettos.”
Redfin, the Seattle-based real estate brokerage, says it will lay off 8% of its employees as the housing market cools off.
Woodinville and Edmonds are among Zillow’s most popular markets of early 2022.
Homebuyer demand for mortgages tumbled last week as the average interest rate on the most popular U.S. home loan hovered near a 13-year high, a sign the red-hot housing market may be starting to cool off, according to new data from the Mortgage Bankers Association.
Supporters of a newly-built tiny home village celebrated its grand opening after it sat vacant for weeks, lacking the operational funding to get going.
The Low Income Housing Institute says a brand-new 'tiny home' village in Seattle is ready to admit clients in immediate need of housing, but funding that at one time was hoped to come from King County was instead awarded to other projects.
Washington Congresswoman Marilyn Strickland is calling on the Department of Defense to address the housing crisis for soldiers stationed at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
It's the housing shortage that's not making daily headlines—some researchers are going so far as to call it the "invisible" housing crisis, and it's challenging one of our most vulnerable populations.
Seattle's eviction moratorium ends on Monday after the city council voted against extending it. Now, landlords, tenants and organizations are figuring out the next steps.
Seattle's eviction moratorium ends on Monday after the city council voted against extending it.
After months of heated debate, Seattle’s eviction moratorium is coming to an end.
The Seattle City Council voted Tuesday to allow Mayor Bruce Harrell to end the eviction moratorium.
Most people living in Washington’s largest metro areas say they are worried about rising housing costs, and support more apartments being built near them, according to a survey from Zillow.
Seattle's eviction moratorium expires in less than a week, so they have launched an 'Eviction Assistance' site—which connects renters and landlords to legal counsel, rent and utility assistance, city funds and more.
Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell announced on Friday morning that the city’s eviction moratorium will expire at the end of the month.
Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell is expected to make an announcement on the future of the eviction moratorium on Friday.