My Statistics

 

Cumulative Career Sales Statistics  – NWMLS Data

Listing Side, Representing Sellers, Residential Homes

My Average Sales Price to Original List Price Ratio (SP/OLP): 113.3%

King County Average Sales Price to Original List Price Ratio (SP/OLP): 103.5%

Snohomish County Average Sales Price to Original List Price Ratio (SP/OLP): 103.8%

Difference: 9.8% and 9.5%, respectively. This is almost 10% above the “average” agent

On a $800,000 home, selling for 9.5% more means an additional $76,000

 

Selling Side, Representing Buyers, Residential Homes

My Average Sales Price to Original Listing Price Ratio (SP/OLP): 108.9%

 

Cumulative Days on Market (CDOM) Statistics

My Average Single Family Home Listing CDOM: 6 days

Industry Average King County Single Family Home Listing CDOM: 19 days

Industry Average Snohomish County Single Family Home Listing CDOM: 16.5 days

100% of my Single Family Home listings went pending in 7 days or less

91% of all my listings (including condos and multi-family units) went pending in 7 days or less

 

Windermere Shoreline 2021 Sales Statistics (my office)

Total Number of Transactions: 395

Total Sales Volume: $293,037,814

My office does a large volume of business and has a wealth of experience and wisdom. Because I regularly consult with colleagues who generously share their knowledge and expertise, you get the best results and experience possible.

 

What these statistics mean to YOU

When Selling: I sell homes faster and at higher prices than industry averages. This nets you more money, in a shorter time, and with better terms.

When Buying: I negotiate to help you buy your home for thousands less than other agents. When buyers work with me, they purchase their homes faster:                     My buyers average just 2 offers per purchase. In our recent strong sellers’ market with low inventory and multiple offers, this number is extremely low.

In an upwardly trending market and especially if interest rates are rising, making fewer offers can save you thousands and mean the difference between purchasing a home and being priced out of the market.

If a $800,000 home increases in value by 1%, this equates to $8,000+ in added cost. Remember this rule of thumb: For every 1% increase in interest rates, you lose 10% purchasing power.

 

Note: All statistics quoted above calculated from the period 1/1/2020 through 4/30/2022 unless otherwise stated.