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Analysis finds long-term, Whatcom median home prices still increasing

'Middle-income' housing sits well below median price

A woman with glasses and a plaid jacket poses for a photo smiling in front of a wall that reads "Compass."
Gennie Clawson, real estate agent with Compass Real Estate in Bellingham, did a new analysis of median-priced home sales in Whatcom County. She found the long-term trend of increases continuing, and that several neighborhoods in Bellingham remained below the overall median price. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
Frank Catalano
By Frank Catalano CDN Business Contributor
A missing middle. A new analysis of home sales in Whatcom County since the start of 2022 reveals tha
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