Relocate to Spokane

If you are thinking of visiting or relocating to this area, you won’t be disappointed. From our numerous pristine lakes and rivers to several of the area’s finest ski resorts, there literally is “something for everyone.” My goal is to provide you and your family with all the information and services available to help you make an informed and satisfying relocation decision. Whether you are moving to the Inland Northwest or relocating anywhere in the world, I can help! My affiliation with Cartus, the largest and most successful network of real estate professionals, and Prudential Relocation allows me to help you sell your current property and purchase a new one by connecting you with a top broker anywhere in the world!

Moving into the area: If you’re moving to our area, I’m here to help you find the right community and the perfect home.

Moving out of the area: If you’re moving away, I can help you find the right real estate company in your destination city and offer you assistance in selling your current home.

Finding just the right agent: With over a million real estate professionals in the United States alone, I can find the best person to assist you with buying or selling a home anywhere in the world. I will personally help you choose someone who meets your needs.

Spokane has been recognized three times by the National Civic League for its efforts in civil excellence, government, business and technology. The first time was during Expo ’74 and again in 2004 and finally in 2015. Spokane is one of only a handful of cities that have won the award three times and been named an All-American City.

What makes Spokane an All-American City? Spokane – the largest city between Seattle and Minneapolis – is located in the center of a recreational area. Spokane County has a population of just over a half million. One U.S. Interstate freeway route and four U.S. highway routes serve Spokane.  Spokane International Airport is used by approximately 1.6 million people a year and provides nonstop service to larger cities in the West, Midwest, and Canada. Amtrak offers rail service for the city on its route between Chicago and Seattle. The Spokane Transit Authority provides intercity bus service in all major directions from Spokane as well as convenient transit service within metro Spokane County.

Spokane weather combines the characteristics of a mild, arid climate during summer months and a cool, coastal type climate in the winter. Summer weather is ideal for full enjoyment of the many mountain and lake recreational areas in the immediate vicinity. Winter weather includes occasional snowfall of several inches. Nearby mountainous winter sports areas receive a great deal more snow and have a season of 5 to 6 months for skiing & many winter activities.

The Spokane region serves as the business and cultural hub of the Inland Northwest. 1.4 million people live in the area that comprises Eastern Washington and North Idaho.

Spokane really is, Near Nature, Near Perfect. Want to know more? Check out the Spokane Visitors Bureau or Greater Spokane Incorporated.

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