Homebuyer Traffic Is on the Rise

One of the biggest surprises of 2020 is the resilience of the residential real estate market. Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist of the National Association of Realtors (NAR), is now forecasting that more homes will sell this year than last year. He’s also predicting home sales to increase by 8-12% next year. There’s strong evidence that he will be right. ShowingTime, a leading showing […]

Quiet and comfortable in Gatewood

Come home and relax in this sweet 3 bedroom Gatewood home just minutes from everything West Seattle has to offer. Cozy up with a good book next to your classic wood stove or easily entertain in the open concept space. Step outside and be enchanted by lush garden space, cozy outdoor fireplace arbor and a […]

Two New Surveys Indicate Urban to Suburban Lean

There has been much talk around the possibility that Americans are feeling less enamored with the benefits of living in a large city and now may be longing for the open spaces that suburban and rural areas provide. In a recent Realtor Magazine article, they discussed the issue and addressed comments made by Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist for the National […]

Ohhh, that view!

Step inside this extremely rare two-bedroom, lake side condo at The Pier at Leschi, located just blocks from Leschi Park and the Leschi Market. The simple layout and easy flow make everything from a productive workday at home to a night of entertaining easy and enjoyable. Kick back on your 3rd story deck and enjoy […]

In a flurry of white companies making statements aimed at Black and Brown customers…

We want to talk to our white colleagues, clients and neighbors. Metropolist Real Estate is a company founded on an ethic of community building and education. We hold highest our value of working to elevate the quality and professionalism of our industry and the greater good of our community. We are majority woman and queer-owned […]

How To Stay Connected to Clients in a Crisis

These days, it’s trial and error for many businesses when exploring the best approach to stay connected to clients. Due to the sheer number of unknowns brought about by COVID-19—with every day offering new challenges—it can be difficult to uniquely respond to your client base with marketing that doesn’t feel pushy. Clients want to feel […]

A Surprising Shift to the ‘Burbs May Be on the Rise

While many people across the U.S. have traditionally enjoyed the perks of an urban lifestyle, some who live in more populated city limits today are beginning to rethink their current neighborhoods. Being in close proximity to everything from the grocery store to local entertainment is definitely a perk, especially if you can also walk to […]

7 Costly Mistakes You’re Making in Your Home

Homes cost a lot of money to maintain. But are you spending extra money unnecessarily on upkeep? Here are seven of the most expensive mistakes you could be making in your home: 1. Using Traditional Light Bulbs. If you still have incandescent light bulbs in your home, you could be throwing a lot of money away […]

Buying a Home Right Now: Easy? No. Smart? Yes.

Through all the volatility in the economy right now, some have put their search for a home on hold, yet others have not. According to ShowingTime, the real estate industry’s leading showing management technology provider, buyers have started to reappear over the last several weeks. In the latest report, they revealed: “The March ShowingTime Showing Index® recorded […]

Why Brokers Are Joining Metropolist During a Crisis

Real Estate is profound work; a noble offering to the community we live in. When I do my job, the city I love thrives because the families I serve thrive. The trajectory of lives and generations is altered when we help people become homeowners for the first time, or sell property to move them into […]