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Seattle still leads nation in home prices, and it'll cost you


City ranking site Niche calculated the Washington cities with the best cost of living ... "It's supply and demand," Robert Macdonald, a real estate broker with Lake & Co. Real Estate in Seattle, told Realtor.com. "There aren't enough homes for sale


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By Zosha Millman, SeattlePI Updated 2:50 pm, Tuesday, November 28, 2017 13, 2017, in SeattleThousands of people lost power in western Washington state after high winds swept through overnight, and the National Weather Service says more strong winds are expectedThe weather service said Monday that many areas will continue to see gusts topping 50 mph, with even stronger winds on the coast and in north-central and northeastern WashingtonPhoto: Elaine Thompson, AP /

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