Tacoma Real Estate News
Will the City of Destiny be your destiny? Tacoma, Washington, is so named because it was the western endpoint of the Northern Pacific Railroad, making it the destiny of anyone riding the line to the end. Thanks to the railroad and the Port of Tacoma, the largest port in the state, the city also serves as an international trade center. Home to almost 200,000 people, Tacoma has been named as one of the cities with the best walking experiences in the country and, in 2006, Self magazine declared Tacread more..
Situated on Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington is a city of almost 200,000 people and is the business center of the South Sound region. Tacoma served as the Western end of the Northern Pacific Railroad, and during the 19th century, the city grew by leaps and bounds by providing the location of where “rails meet sails” (the city motto). In recent times, a number of neighborhoods have undergone revitalization, including the downtown district. There are a couple of areas thatread more..
Tacoma, Washington, is a mid-sized city located about 30 miles from the capital of Olympia. The city is a business center for the region. Its name comes from the Mount Tahoma, the original name for Mount Rainier. The city is known as one of the most LGBT-friendly areas in the country. In fact, The Advocate named it the “Gayest City in America” in 2012. The city does have three main gay districts. The first is called St. Helens Neighborhood (sometimes called the Stadiumread more..
Gay realtor Tacoma advises you that knowing your market is half the battle when it comes to pricing your home correctly. This is a very important issue because if your house price is too high, you can end up with a listing that makes the house look undesirable ~ the result of this can be the accidental devaluing of your property and a great loss of profit. The way to set a proper price point is to do your homework. Pay attention to asking prices in your neighborhood, because the sold prices areread more..
Located thirty miles south of Seattle, Washington, Tacoma boasts a revitalized downtown, burgeoning arts scene with the addition of the Tacoma Art Museum and new Museum of Glass. Major employers in the city include the Port of Tacoma and Joint Base Lewis-McCord (better known as JBLM. Although Tacoma doesn’t have the large gay population as its larger neighbor to the north, gays can find welcoming communities and, in general, much lower housing costs than Seattle. According to gay realtor Tread more..