Are you thinking about moving to Sequim? I received a call early this morning from someone in Wisconsin who is planning to move to Sequim. They are in the early stages of researching what it is like to live in Sequim and what homes and properties are available. I answered questions about the lifestyle, the school system, the business opportunities, and the kinds of properties available in the Sequim area. I helped them compare Sequim with Port Angeles and Port Townsend. Since I’ve lived here for 20 years, I was able to answer questions about the growth and the real estate market. We talked about building a home compared to buying an existing home, and several other key areas of concern for a person thinking about moving to Sequim.
Moving to Sequim and Gathering Information
I love helping buyers and prospective buyers gather and filter through information so they can make a decision on moving to Sequim. I am a broker, but I think of myself as a consultant or a facilitator. That is probably most evident from all the free information that I give away every day on this site and the numerous resources on all the links. This is a buyer’s haven of information that they will find no where else. That’s not sales hype. I know that for a fact. Thousands of articles for buyers, videos, photos, ebooks, our Sequim map, and paperback books about Sequim real estate are only found at this brokerage. Our passion for this business and our appreciation for our clients shows in our labor of love that never ends.
Moving to Sequim from California
I received a second call today from a couple in Cambria, California, and they are excited about coming to Sequim to look at homes. They are retiring and Sequim has caught their attention. After doing research online and looking at my Sequim MLS site, they cannot wait to get here, and I will have a blast showing them around. If you’re thinking about moving to Sequim, take advantage of all the free resources here and take advantage of my offer to help you gather information throughout the process.
Last Updated on July 20, 2014 by Chuck Marunde