Dylan Simon -- Colliers International
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Dylan Simon -- Colliers International
I specialize in the sale of apartment buildings in Seattle and the greater Puget Sound region. I focus on the sale of both apartment buildings and developable land ranging from $3M to $100M. I am passionate about real estate investment and development, economics, technology and urbanism. Through brokerage I assist apartment investors and developers in achieving the highest possible levels of return and build an advisory relationship that lasts ownership life-cycles instead of just a transaction.
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Seattle Metro Report: June 2018

Seattle Metro Report: June 2018 | Dylan Simon -- Colliers International | Scoop.it
Check out the latest Seattle Metro Rent Report for June 2018 to see the most and least expensive cities and cities with the fastest growing rents.
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Seattle Area Rent Growth - The Fastest Growing Cities (Y/Y%)

–Kirkland, WA had the fastest growing rent since this time last year, up 15.7%.

–Burien, WA rent had the second largest year over year growth rate, climbing 15.5%.

–Puyallup, WA ranked as third with rent growing 14.3%.

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Seattle, King County, Washington State Continue to See Best Wage Growth in the U.S.

Seattle, King County, Washington State Continue to See Best Wage Growth in the U.S. | Dylan Simon -- Colliers International | Scoop.it
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"Seattle tied with San Francisco for fastest wage growth in October, but San Francisco slowed down slightly to 1.9 percent, moving it into third behind Los Angeles in the ten metros tracked in the Local Pay Reports studies. Seattle was alone in first place in November."

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King County property taxes rising between 9 and 31% — depending on your city

King County property taxes rising between 9 and 31% — depending on your city | Dylan Simon -- Colliers International | Scoop.it
Countywide, the 2018 property tax bills being sent out soon will be 17 percent higher on average than last year's. A spokesman for the assessor says it's "the largest property-tax increase in King County in modern history."
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