September Spokane Real Estate News
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Published on September 28, 2018
Spokane, Real Estate, Spokane Real Estate Market, Home Buying

September Spokane Real Estate News

Spokane is an incredible city with a thriving real estate market. Each month I will share the best Spokane Real Estate News Articles I see on the internet.

How Many Active Listings Can you Afford to Buy in the 100 Largest Metro Areas?

From the National Association of Realtors blog. This article is interactive an informative. You can find out what percentage of the homes in your area you could afford to buy based on your income. One of the things we love about Spokane is the affordability. This article helps prove it.

Homeowners Seeing Richer Annual Equity Gains

This article is also from the National Association of Realtors and talks about the amount of equity gained in homes by state. Washington is one of the strongest states in this area. Thanks mostly to the Seattle market. Spokane you are doing great too!

How I Rented a Place I Couldn’t Afford and Tricked Myself into Achieving my Goals

I liked this article because is was informational and inspiring it is definitely worth a read if you are an entrepreneur or thinking about buying a home. It talks about some of the sacrifices you might need to make when you invest in real estate.

Chad White and TTs Old Iron Brewery team up to open beer and barbecue joint

Some of the best news I have heard in a while in Spokane. Chad White is one of the best chefs in Spokane. Spokane also is in need of some more great Barbeque joint options. Well those two are combining and opening in the Spring of 2019. Wahoo!

Tom Kelly: Empty house on the market may cost more to insure

This article has good information for sellers who plan on moving prior to the sale closing. It may cost you a little more in home owners insurance. Certainly something to think about as you put your home on the market.

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