Eppraisal Ranked Cities in Washington

Rank City Median Price
1. Medina $1,935,000
2. Clyde Hill $1,650,000
3. Yarrow Point $1,455,000
4. Burbank $1,257,500
5. Mercer Island $925,000
6. Woodway $900,000
7. Sammamish $642,000
8. Bellevue $562,000
9. Newcastle $530,000
10. Dryden $516,500

Eppraisal City Rank is based on the current year property sales of all residential properties ( condos, townhomes and single family residences) in the Metro Area (cbsa). In addition, we include all home sales in the city rank calculation (foreclosure/REO sales, FSBO and closed listings that have been recorded in county records).

Washington Mortgage Rates

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*Payment does not include taxes and insurance. Actual payments will be higher. Rates based on 200000 loan amount and the following: a borrower with good to excellent credit and average income seeking a loan for a single family, owner occupied, one unit dwelling with a 20% down payment (or 80% loan to value ratio) and no points. Rate/APR terms offered by advertisers may differ from those listed above based on creditworthiness of the borrower and other differences between an individual loan and the loan criteria used for quotes. These quotes are from banks, thrifts and brokers who have paid for a web link in the listings above (more info on their loan programs can be found on their websites).

Washington Home Listings

$135,000

810 2nd Street
Clarkston, WA

3 beds, 2 baths (1750 sqft home)

$339,000

3401 Quailwood Court
Clarkston, WA

4 beds, 3 baths (3348 sqft home)

$440,000

39868 And 39870 Snake River Road
Asotin, WA

3 beds, 3 baths (3218 sqft home)

$449,950

207 S Garden St
Bellingham, WA

2 beds, 1 baths (1295 sqft home)

$262,900

2000 Tuccannon Road
Pomeroy, WA

3 beds, 1 baths (1276 sqft home)

$89,000

560 8th St.
Pomeroy, WA

4 beds, 1 baths (1520 sqft home)

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