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Kirkland home prices rise by 6.5 percent during July

Kirkland home prices increased by 6.5 percent during July. - Reporter file photo
Kirkland home prices increased by 6.5 percent during July.
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Kirkland home prices increased by 6.5 percent during July compared to the same time last year according to Redfin's Real-Time Housing Market Tracker.

The median home price for Kirkland was $490,000. Sales in Kirkland were down 4 percent with 170 homes sold as they spent a median nine days on the market.

The numbers reflect transactions on the Multiple Listing Service, a local or regional database of available real estate for sale by member brokers.

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