Sales at the Cascade mountain range resort soar for third year in a row

A popular retreat among Eastaide residents, the four-season resort community of Suncadia today announced a 24 percent increase in sales of homes and homesites for 2017 — the highest sales volume the community has seen since Suncadia Real Estate Sales Company launched in 2003.

Suncadia Celebrates Record Sales in 2017

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Suncadia Real Estate Sales Company reported consecutive increases in sales in 2015 and 2016, but broke records this year with 204 transactions totaling more than $85 million in sales.

“2017 has been a monumental year for growth at Suncadia as we’ve seen our community welcome hundreds of homeowners and families with the sale of more than 87 homes and condominiums, as well as 117 homesites,” said Richard Seay, vice president of Suncadia Real Estate. “We see the strength of the current market continuing to press forward and are already seeing extremely high levels of interest in anticipation of our 2018 releases. The lifestyle and amenities at Suncadia are becoming highly sought-after from regional, national and international buyers, too.”

Featuring more than 6,000 acres of forested mountain landscape, three world-class golf courses, and a wide assortment of rejuvenating spa treatments, it’s no surprise this picturesque resort community has garnered the attention of professionals looking for a nearby escape.

Suncadia Celebrates Record Sales in 2017

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“Seattle is one of the fastest growing cities in the US,” Seay said. “Spurred by companies like Amazon and Microsoft, the economy is booming. Suncadia offers professional workers an idyllic year-round escape from the hustle and bustle of the city while experiencing an authentic Pacific Northwest destination.”

This summer, Suncadia expanded with the opening of its final golf frontage neighborhood, Legacy, which features single-family homesites on Prospector Golf Course. In October, phase one of the Miner’s Camp development sold out, resulting in the addition of five new homes to the market in late November.