Real Estate Round Up 1/30/18

Home Prices In 80% Of US Cities Grow Twice Faster Than Wages... And Then There's Seattle

...a quick look at US housing shows that while wages may be growing at roughly 2.5%, according to the latest Case Shiller data, every single metro area in the US saw home prices grow at a higher pace, while 16 of 20 major U.S. cities experienced home price growth of 5% or higher: double the average wage growth…

Developer begins $7M urban apartment project
Ehren Wynder,

The building will feature 44 units, ranging from 375 to 650 square feet and priced for individuals and families making 80 percent of the area median income, or AMI.

Where Is The Real Value In An Overheated Market?
My Say,

We’re in an overheated market, pure and simple, and everyone out there is missing the real opportunity: early-stage growth.