Joe Nabbefeld, Your Seattle Realtor / (206) 718-0038



I'm passionate about life in Seattle and I love working with others who are too, guiding them through the process. Full bio.




Sept. 30, 2015: Freshly listed light-filled Mid-Century Modern on Marine View Drive. Super-cool digital floor plan w embedded photos.

Sept. 12, 2015: All the Crib Notes columns are here. Monthly in DJC newspaper. Achived columns here.

Sept. 11, 2015: Another happy client, with some "instant equity."

Aug. 27, 2015: In short, the Seattle real estate market remains super tight. It's a fast-moving extreme sellers market with pre-inspections, multiple offers on the "review date" and high-and-still-rising prices. That means: For Sellers, "it's time;" For Buyers, prepare well and you can score.

Redfin keeps learning why brokerage is like this. See The Seattle Times article here.

"Seattle attached to town homes in record numbers." See The Seattle Times article here

"Rents Rising, Even With All Those New Apartment Buildings." - Read article and year-end 2014 rental stats here. 

A detailed look at changes in Capitol Hill

Seattle Times: Very good look at 2015, driven by millennials.

Start of 2015: Important market stats

Save money on your energy bill now and for years to come. Here's how.

Updated: Seattle area statistics you must know. View here.

If you haven't started prep on winterizing your home, there's still time. Find out How to Winterize Your Home.

The viaduct is scheduled to be torn down in 2016 and "Park My Viaduct" wants to preserve the upper deck. See more of the DJC article here.

Housing frenzy calms down. See Seattle Times article here.

The Seahawks' first-ever regular season game as reigning Super Bowl champs is this eve 9/4/14. Here's the schedule for the year ... until the playoffs! Enjoy!

We produce a monthly newspaper column about residential real estate called "Crib Notes". It's the Northwest's only such column. To see the latest column, "Live-work units work", click here. To see archived columns, click here.

Good Read: Is Seattle's "gayborhood" vanishing?

Interactive Map: What does YOUR neighborhood say about you?

The Seattle Times: "Region's home prices quickly returning to pre-crisis highs".

JUST SOLD: $797k atop Queen Anne. See Happy Clients....

NEW: Distinctive loft townhomes at 19th & Republican, called Urban Steps.

Meet Joe P - assistant extraordinaire.

Sold: 3-br Montlake listing!! See 2225 E. North St. in featured listings to right.

So you read Joe's Crib Notes column. Wecome! See his bio. Here's the column again.

Sold: Superb 2-br view condo on Phinney Ridge. Details.

If I met you at an open house, click here.

Sold in 1 week: $1.2M 4-bedroom 1-yr-old home on west slope above Arboretum. Photos etc.





























































































































Closed! Alaska Junction 3-br home that was once the corner store (details) and 3-br West Seattle view home (Details.)

Click here for the July 2013 Real Estate Market Update!





































































































































  Peter VanNuland of Seattle U has signed on as Project Director. Bio.

Sold listing: Impeccable 2+bedroom townhome a mile from downtown Seattle. The Listing.

Sold: Fully renovated 3-br North Beacon Hill home for $422,000.

Sold: 2,500-sf home on a large lot on west side of Beacon Hill for $425,000.
























































































































































































































































































Sold: Artsy 1-br in Georgetown for $255,000.
Sold: The Monkeys. 3 brand-new-construction, modern homes - see here
Sold listing: Greenwood 3-br home. 6-yr-old gorgeous craftsman w large flat yard.
Sold listing: The William Grose House, built in 1890s, 24th Ave. and E Howell St. $535k.
110 Harvard, a block west of Broadway, is SOLD! (After 1-year short sale).
Closed: Shoreline 4-br for $383,000, and 5-unit Capitol Hill apartment complex.

Case-Shiller exec says Seattle-Blvu-Everett will have 5% annualized appreciation for next 5 yrs. Also see "Stats" page for how to read the Supply

Maps. The April ones are in. See what your home would rent for. Great chart showing record-low interest rates. (A 1% rise in rates cuts 10% from what you can pay for a home.)

Links: Lively stories of happy customers served. Cool Community Photos ll on Facebook/Joe Nabbefeld -- a new shot daily.  Here's a page with some.

West Seattle Area Residential
$ 660,000
Judkins Area Townhouse
$ 549,500
N Beacon Hill Area Townhouse
$ 468,888
Maple Leaf Area Residential
$ 454,500

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