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Glenn Ellis Crellin

Glenn Ellis Crellin, 66, of Seattle, former head of the Washington Center for Real Estate Research at WSU Pullman from 1993-2012, died May 18, 2017 at his second home in Charlotte, North Carolina with his family by his side.

Washington home sales tumble

PULLMAN – The housing market in Washington looked a bit more like national reports during the closing months of 2007, according to statistics prepared by the Washington Center for Real Estate Research at WSU. Homes sold during the quarter at an annual rate of 99,120 units statewide, a level 13.7 percent lower than the previous […]

Home sales continue to sizzle, prices increase

While there were fewer home sales in Washington during the third quarter than there had been during the second quarter, the market remained red hot, with 10.4 percent more homes sold than during the same time last year according to data prepared by the Washington Center for Real Estate Research at Washington State University.  Glenn […]

Property developer to speak on real estate and wealth

K. Duane Brelsford, a prominent real estate developer in eastern Washington, will speak on “Responsible Wealth: Creating Wealth through Real Estate Development” at WSU on Monday, Nov. 14.The event will take place at 6 p.m. in Carpenter Hall, Room 102, on the Pullman campus. Refreshments will be served.Brelsford, president of Corporate Pointe Developers in Pullman, […]

Washington home sales and prices set records

PULLMAN — Like housing markets throughout the nation, home sales in Washington during the second quarter of 2005 set a new record of 52,140 single-family homes sold, according to statistics released by the Washington Center for Real Estate Research at Washington State University. Glenn Crellin, director of WCRER, said, ”Despite media attention on a potential […]

Record housing market, but affordability risks

Existing single-family home sales in Washington surged 11.4 percent in the closing months of 2004, compared to results from a year earlier. The surge established a new annual record of 169,560 homes sold, reported the Washington Center for Real Estate Research at Washington State University. An improving statewide economy reinforced with mortgage interest rates that […]

Find WSU property for rent and sale

The days of dependence on only the local newspaper for available property listings are over. The WSU Office of Business Affairs-Real Estate Office has a website to serve the real estate needs of staff and students alike. It lists property owned by WSU that occasionally is for sale, as well as apartments and other WSU […]

Real Estate Foundation focus of regents, committee

The Washington State University Board of Regents Business Affairs and Information Technology Committee and the University Development and University Relations Committee will hold a joint conference call Monday, June 28, from 11-11:30 a.m. in Lighty Student Services Building, Room 401. The purpose of the meeting is to review and discuss the WSU Real Estate Foundation.