In Lucky Housing Markets, Bidding Wars Are Back
Matthew and Carina Hensley offered $10,000 more than the asking price for a three-bedroom house in suburban Seattle, then lost out to one of seven other bidders. Their $270,000 proposal in February came with a family portrait and a letter introducing the couple, their eight-month-old daughter, Harper, and their desire to build a family in the Renton (Wash.) house with a yard backing onto a woody hillside.
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