Bryant Homes in Seattle...

Seattle, Washington's Bryant neighborhood 

NE Seattle's Bryant neighborhood sits just north of the University of Washington and is overflowing with the old, the new, and something blue. Charming 1920's Seattle bungalows, craftsman and tudors decked with crown moulding, classic lead windows, pocket doors and daylight basements. New remodeled bungalows are popping up keeping with the original style but with an upgraded kitchen, bathrooms, and more!  Bryant has some wonderful view homes on the east slope which overlook beautiful Lake Washington!

The history of Bryant in Seattle goes back to 1918 when it was basically a quiet farmland and woodland area. Like other Northeast Seattle neighborhoods, sawmills eventually ran at full capacity which brought hundreds of workers, and thus their families and school students.  In 1923 portables were erected to accommodate more students. In 2001, Bryant Elementary school was recognized as a Seattle City Landmark. To this day, Bryant Elementary and the Bryant neighborhood are known for great schools and a strong community for learning, teaching, and children.  Written By Bryant Realtor Molly Cartwright 206-841-6800 

You might also hear Bryant called Ravenna-Bryant because of the close proximity to the Ravenna Park and the Ravenna neighborhood. Please also check out Bryant Heights, NE Seattle's newest neighborhood. 

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Primary Listing Image for MLS#: 1186394
  • 5751 36th Ave NE Seattle, WA 98105
  • Status:Pending
  • Type: Single Family Home
  • Bedrooms:2
  • Bathrooms:1
  • SQFT: 890
  • Year Built:1923
  • View:Yes

Northwest Home Realty LLC
Listing Courtesy: NWMLS
Primary Listing Image for MLS#: 1234822
  • 5518 35th Ave NE Seattle, WA 98105
  • Status:Active
  • Type: Single Family Home
  • Bedrooms:3
  • Bathrooms:1.75
  • SQFT: 1,660
  • Year Built:1921
  • New:Yes

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Windermere Real Estate Co.
Listing Courtesy: NWMLS

November 12th, 2014

Seattle Real Estate: Interest Rates, Affordability, And What’s Next

Written by Cooper Jacobs Real Estate, Seattle Realtors, 206-850-8841, realestate@cooperjacobs.com

Looking At Seattle Homes For Sale, Interest rates, and Affordability - Should You Buy Now?  Or Wait? The fact is that interest rates on 30-year, 20-year and 15-year fixed rate mortgages are some of the lowest in history.  We don’t know how they will increase over the next two years. In discussions with friends about …

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June 18th, 2013

All The Single Ladies: Female Homebuyers The New Norm

Written by Cooper Jacobs Real Estate, Seattle Realtors, 206-850-8841, realestate@cooperjacobs.com

A growing phenomenon. The Single Female Buyer. With women more employed than ever, and with the average couple marrying later and bringing their own assets and properties to the relationship, women are not waiting until marriage to buy their first home. According to the State of the Nations Housing: 2009 report, …

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November 5th, 2012

How To Buy When You Already Own

Written by Molly Cartwright

How To Buy When You Already Own Do you own your home or condo but want to sell it and buy something with more space, a different location, or perhaps a view? One option is to take out a HELOC. A Home Equity Line of Credit (ask me for a lender with great programs of these right now) lets you take out a certain percentage …

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October 16th, 2012

What kind of a market is this, anyway?

Written by Cooper Jacobs Real Estate, Seattle Realtors, 206-850-8841, realestate@cooperjacobs.com

With news headlines that are no less constant than they are sensational focusing on housing starts, inventory, home prices, and foreclosures, it's hard for most people to decipher just where we are on the roller coaster.  I don't like the roller coaster mentality, because it suggests the ride has an end. Since the dawn …

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October 13th, 2012

What is a Buyer’s Agent?

Written by Molly Cartwright
What is a Buyer’s Agent?

What is a Seattle Buyer's Agent? Do you ever wonder how this real estate stuff works when you buy or sell a home? Who pays who in a real estate transaction? Over the years, I’ve had plenty of Seattle area buyers ask me how much my Realtor fees are if we work together. Likewise, I’ve had sellers shocked to find …

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