RM Homes has just released our first homes at Wildwood Trails in Snohomish County -- in beautiful Sultan, WA. Sultan is a ten minute drive east of Monroe in the beautiful, tree-filled Sky Valley, the route to the alpine country of Stevens Pass in the Cascade Mountains.
With a serene location off the Sultan Basin Road, Wildwood Trails offers homes with plenty of open space, community play areas and treed outlooks.
Our involvement with Galloway started in 2010 when local builders Jonathan Bartels and Greg Heath purchased a partially built project in the Renton Highlands from the bank. Matrix was brought on board to sell Galloway's 8 condos and 27 townhomes.
The plans already in place, we had to sell around challenges like a unique location for mixed-use multi-family product. Because there were no other condos or townhomes in the Renton Highlands area, potential buyers in the market for a new condo or townhome weren't necessarily searching for our homes. With a small number of homes to sell, our budget was tight. We used cost-efficient marketing methods to get the word out and find buyers via signage, open houses, database e-mails and broker marketing.
The New Home Council gathered last night to learn more about Bellevue's newest neighborhood, the planned Spring District. Greg Johnson, President of Spring District developer Wright Runstad, presented the planning and vision behind the new 36-acre neighborhood.
The Spring District is located just east of 405 and south of 520, between Downtown Bellevue and Microsoft. Inspired by new neighborhoods like Portland's Pearl District, the Spring District will be designed around a light rail station, scheduled to open in 2023.
NAHB - WASHINGTON, Feb. 26 - Sales of newly built, single-family homes rose 9.6 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 468,000 units in January from an upwardly revised pace of 427,000 units in the previous month, according to data released today by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the U.S. Census Bureau. This is the strongest sales pace since July of 2008.
"The fact that the cold weather that hit much of the country didn't stop home buyers from going out and purchasing a piece of the American dream is a great sign," said Kevin Kelly, chairman of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and a home builder from Wilmington, Del. "However, the very low supply of new homes on the market and the continued concern of available buildable lots still have builders cautious about getting ahead of themselves."
New townhomes are selling quickly at Galloway in the Renton Highlands: with seven sales since late December there are only two new townhomes left for purchase. Homes are ready for immediate move-in from the mid $300s.
Two home plans are available: 1,948 sq. ft. end home with extra windows and a large deck - $354,950 (one available) 1,997 sq. ft. - our largest available homes - $344,950 (one available)
One of a kind views from First Hill. No expense spared on this studs-out, 30th floor remodel with extreme attention to detail.
Float above downtown Seattle views from this Southwest corner condominium on the 30th floor of First Hiill's landmark, premier high-rise. Signature Seattle views south to Mount Rainier, west to the sparkling lights of downtown, Elliott Bay and the Olympics beyond, and even a peekaboo view of the Space Needle.
Just listed: a rare new condo in the Renton Highlands. This is the only remaining new condo at Galloway Condos and Townhomes community, just off 4th and Union.
1,730 sq. ft. home with spacious living areas and extra-high ceilings. Two bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and a den/media room for $304,950. Truly unique, penthouse-size condo with its own attached garage and private entrance. (Photos below!)