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Cities with the Most New Homes For Sale in Washington

Includes single family homes, townhomes and condos.
Name Listings Avg Price Market Size
1. Seattle WA 318 $1,038,775 $330.3M
2. Puyallup WA 98 $657,017 $64.4M
3. Port Orchard WA 84 $659,147 $55.4M
4. Bremerton WA 50 $588,318 $29.4M
5. Lake Stevens WA 49 $938,962 $46.0M
6. Shoreline WA 47 $902,075 $42.4M
7. Bonney Lake WA 43 $678,509 $29.2M
8. Bellingham WA 41 $787,461 $32.3M
9. Tacoma WA 37 $726,477 $26.9M
10. Bothell WA 36 $1,215,913 $43.8M
11. Marysville WA 35 $680,327 $23.8M
12. Blaine WA 34 $718,815 $24.4M
13. Auburn WA 31 $1,191,399 $36.9M
14. Spanaway WA 28 $676,187 $18.9M
15. Monroe WA 28 $1,206,324 $33.8M
16. Gig Harbor WA 27 $1,014,083 $27.4M
17. Kirkland WA 27 $2,710,142 $73.2M
18. Black Diamond WA 27 $997,861 $26.9M
19. Bellevue WA 25 $3,320,915 $83.0M
20. Tumwater WA 25 $590,005 $14.8M
21. Poulsbo WA 25 $861,083 $21.5M
22. Lacey WA 24 $659,653 $15.8M
23. Kent WA 22 $735,222 $16.2M
24. Yelm WA 21 $536,984 $11.3M
25. Lynnwood WA 20 $917,937 $18.4M
26. Issaquah WA 19 $1,729,673 $32.9M
27. Burien WA 17 $799,550 $13.6M
28. Buckley WA 16 $983,066 $15.7M
29. North Bend WA 16 $1,279,899 $20.5M
30. Lake Tapps WA 16 $959,492 $15.4M