Sequim videos for buyers just got organized. If you’re a retiree or soon to be, and you’re looking closely at Sequim WA as one of your choices to live for the rest of your life, you’re going to love this new SequimVideo.com site.
Sequim Videos is the result of a lifetime in real estate, 20 years as a real estate attorney and the last decade as a real estate broke and founder of iRealty Virtual Brokers. With over 2,200 articles online, written specifically for buyers looking at Sequim, and as the author of many real estate books, Chuck Marunde is excited about this new video site, because it allows him to freely share a lifetime of education and experience.
And who doesn’t like videos, especially professionally produced videos?
Enjoy these videos, and if we can answer any of your questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
Where can I learn more about Sequim WA?
Sequim WA is located on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula two hours west of Seattle and is famous for its Blue Hole with only 16 inches of rain per year.
What is the Sequim Blue Hole?
The Blue Hole, aka the Rain Shadow, is a weather phenomenon in the Northwest corner of Washington state, which hovers over the little town of Sequim. Because of the Olympic Mountains to the south and the Strait of Juan de Fuca to the north, there is a blue hole in the sky limiting rainfall to 16 inches per year, one-third that of Seattle.
What is Sequim?
Sequim is a rural city in Washington state on the northern Olympic Peninsula with a population of 6,000 people, an climate with no temperature extremes, and has become a retirement haven for people from around the United States.
Where is the lavender capital of the U.S.?
The title of lavender capital of the U.S. has been assigned to the town of Sequim, Washington where the climate is conducive to the growth of lavender with rich soils and just enough rain with plenty of sunshine.
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