How to buy a home in Sequim is a query of many retirees who are currently living all over the continental United States and Hawaii and Alaska. If you live in Temecula, Denver, Honalulu, Miami, or Fairbanks you will undoubtedly have many questions about the Sequim real estate market. Every market has its own unique real estate issues, and you can’t be expected to know what the traps for the unwary are in the Sequim real estate market. That’s my job, and that’s why this blog has over 2,000 articles written specifically for buyers, and it’s why I made my Sequim Buyer Video Series. Your need for information on how to buy a home in Sequim is also why I’ve written six books on the subject. Here’s a short video you might enjoy.
How to Buy a Home in Sequim
How to Buy a Home
There are so many issues that you need to be aware of if you buy a home in the Sequim area. You don’t necessarily have to know it all yourself, but my book Sequim Real Estate: A Buyer’s Guide will be helpful in preparing for the transition. I also wrote Buying and Selling Real Estate in the Rain Shadow, which you might find helpful. As you may know, Sequim is known as the Rain Shadow or the Blue Hole because we only get 16 inches of rain per year, one-third that of Seattle.
I recommend watching this short video, buy one or two of my books, and then you have me as a resource while you gather information and when you come to see homes. You can email me, text me, or call me anytime. I promise, I’ll help you unpack the whole issue of how to buy a home in Sequim.
Last Updated on September 1, 2019 by Chuck Marunde