Welcome to Snohomish
Situated on the Snohomish River, northwest of Monroe and southeast of Everett, the city of Snohomish is a charming, historical town with plenty of things to see and do. Snohomish was named one of the top ten coolest 😎 towns in America by Budget Travel Magazine. Large, urban neighborhoods like Seattle and Bellevue have residents relocating to the North side in search of simpler living and more space. What’s it like living in Snohomish WA? Read on…
Welcome to Woodinville
Welcome to wine country oenophiles! Woodinville is a stunning, tourist-heavy city with around 2 million visitors a year. Guests and residents alike enjoy rustic scenery permeated with wineries, breweries, distilleries, restaurants and more. Living in Woodinville has a hybrid small-town feel with urban portions yet still enables residents to reside close to major hubs in the Seattle Metropolitan Area.
Like most parts of the U.S. economy in 2019, the Seattle & Central Puget Sound housing market has remained strong. Over a decade after the last housing crisis we are still riding one of the longest bull markets in our country’s history. All the major stock indexes reached new record highs throughout 2019.
Welcome to Bothell
Part of King and Snohomish counties, Bothell Washington gives you all the living assortments of the east-side with a lower housing price tag. Home to the award winning Northshore School District, Cascadia Community College and University of Washington, it’s also a place to get a great education. Companies like Seattle Genetics, Biolife Solutions and Fujifilm have their headquarters in Bothell. What’s it like Living in Bothell WA? Read on…
Welcome to Redmond
Welcome to the bicycle capital of the northwest! Redmond is a buzzing tech hub, brimming with culture and organic beauty. Home to Microsoft, AT&T and Nintendo, Redmond is noteworthy but still maintains its small-town feel. What’s it like living in Redmond WA? Read on..