Everett is a city in Washington State, located just north of Seattle. It's the fifth-largest city in the state and has been experiencing rapid growth recently due to its proximity to Seattle and relatively low cost of living. At last count, Everett’s population was just over 100,000. Everett has an interesting history that led it to be chosen as a railroad hub for North America; during World War II, it was also the site of one of only two plants manufacturing 747s. Browse homes, houses, properties, and more for sale in Everett, Washington now!
There are currently 347 homes for sale in Everett, WA. The total number of homes for sale in Everett, WA is 4% lower than it was at the same time a year ago. 198 homes were listed for sale this month in Everett, WA. This is 27% lower compared to the same time last year, and 18% lower compared to last month.
251 homes were sold in Everett, WA this month. 11% less than previous month. 14% less than same month last year. Average days on market for homes in Everett, WA was 23 days this month, 23 days last month and 27 days last year. There are no bidding wars at the moment. Homes in Everett, WA are selling close to the asking price in the last three months.
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