Compare: Burlington vs South Beacon Hill

Home Values in Burlington and South Beacon Hill

Burlington
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Mid-point of Zestimate valuations for Burlington. Half the Zestimates are above this number and half are below it.
$200,900vs$315,500
1-Year Change+9.6%vs+16.0%
Median List Price$239,000vs$309,000
Median Sale Price$220,700vs$349,000
Burlington, WA tends to be less expensive for home buyers than South Beacon Hill, Seattle. During the last year, Burlington home values have risen by 9.6%, while South Beacon Hill home values have risen by 16.0%. The median sale price in Burlington is $220,700, but the median listing price was $239,000, a 7.7% discount. Meanwhile in South Beacon Hill, the median selling price is $349,000, and the starting price had a median of $309,000, a 12.9% increase.

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Burlington vs South Beacon Hill

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Burlington, WA

Map of Burlington, WA
Burlington is a city in Skagit county, WA with a population of 12,809. The median household income is $37,848.

South Beacon Hill, Seattle, WA

Map of South Beacon Hill, Seattle, WA
South Beacon Hill is a neighborhood in Seattle, WA with a population of 4,880. The median household income is $43,823.