Snohomish County Real Estate Blog, News, & Statistics
The Snohomish County real estate blog address news and statistics which are pertinent to the real estate buyer, seller, and investor. Our goal is too provide educational information so people can make the best housing decision for them and their lifestyle. Please feel free to ask questions, participate in discussions, and share your experiences.
Traveling east on Highway 20, to the north Okanogan, and then north on County Road 9495 (Toroda Creek Rd) you will find the remains of Bodie. Established in the early 1900s, Bodie was a small mill town that processed ore that was taken from the surrounding mountains. Like the many of the ghost towns in Washington Bodie prospered until around the 1930s when Perkins Milling Company closed its doors.
The ever approaching debt ceiling deadline looms closer and closer each day. Still in negotiations, Congressional government is still opening government agencies in a piecemealed fashion. I am glad portions of the government have reopened and people can receive benefits, have needed treatments, attend war memorials, and visit the national parks but it still bewildering on why some divisions, IRS and USDA, are still not opened.
Have economic times changed since the 2007 financial / real estate melt down? It appears so. According the United States Department of Labor Snohomish County has the 2nd lowest unemployment is in the State at 5.7%, just behind King County’s 5.1%. Breathing a collective sigh of relief over the 787 Dreamliner’s being cleared to fly and the demand for popular Boeing lines, Snohomish County residents enter into Summer with the best economy in years.
When moving to a new city or just looking for an in-town activity. it isn’t always easy to find. So here are 10 affordable activities to do in Everett Washington.
Selling a home For Sale by Owner (FSBO) is easy enough: Advertise, procure buyer, write a contract, collect payment for the property, and transfer title. As a real estate broker that is pretty much it, unless something crazy arises.