Have you ever heard the phrase "Real Estate is local"? We say that all the time. When we read or watch the national news, we are hearing information that might not accurately describe our local Tri-Cities real estate market. The national information is essential and great to know about, but how does it apply to us and should we be concerned about it when deciding to buy a home?
There are many important factors to consider when buying a new home that is not geographically specific. Our Buyer Guides offer a wide variety of up to date real estate information that is helpful regardless of where you're located.
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For our specific local information, there is much to consider. When we refer to "local" real estate, we're referring to more than just the Tri-Cities real estate market. We are looking at the hyper-local market. The Tri-Cities include many different hyper-local markets. Each of the cities is its own market, and each neighborhood within each city is its own market. Did you you know that a house in South East Kennewick may differ greatly in price from the exact same house in South Richland? The concept of small (or hyper-local) real estate markets within the Tri-Cities is very important. Homes are constantly being bought and sold all over the Tri-Cities and pricing and values change regularly. We have access to real-time information that allows us to analyze what's happening throughout the Tri-Cities. With that powerful information, we are able to provide you with the data you need to make wise decisions about what to buy, where to buy, and when to buy.
Contact Us to learn more about how we can help you with buying or selling real estate in the Tri-Cities and surrounding communities.
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