Here are the Top 10 Reasons To Retire in Sequim WA. Of course, there are many more than 10, and I wrote several articles that list 75 reasons to retire in Sequim, but then this video would be quite long. Okay, let’s get started with this video, and if you enjoy the video, please leave a comment below this article. By the way, I also created a video based on the 10 reasons people do not retire in Sequim. Both of these videos were fun to create, and I’ve been getting a lot of positive feedback from people looking seriously at Sunny Sequim Real Estate.
In this fun Sequim video Chuck Marunde shares what makes Sequim so attractive to retirees, and you’ll understand why Sequim homes have been selling so well lately. In fact, the inventory for the ideal retiree’s home is very low, which you may already know if you’ve been doing some online searching. [You can search Sequim MLS listings.]
So if are you planning to move to Sequim, I hope these Top Reasons To Retire in Sequim are persuasive, but there’s a lot more you will fall in love with when you come and see for yourself. I often say that it’s not just half a dozen reasons that make Sequim so wonderful. It’s a 100 little things that add to the quality of life, reduce stress levels, increase our health and recreation, and much more. I’ve lived in Sequim going back to 1994, and there’s no place I ever plan to live outside of Sequim. Many people who live here say the same thing. The turnover around the U.S. is 7 years. People move on average every 7 years, but in Sequim people don’t leave and sell their homes for 15 to 25 years or until they expire. That should tell you something.
Top Reasons May Be More Like an Abbreviation for
Top 100 Reasons to Move to Sequim WA
I moved to Sequim WA in 1994 from Nellis AFB in Las Vegas. I was a Captain and JAG in the USAF, and I was looking for a safe and wonderful place in the countryside where I could finish raising my kids where I thought they could best prepare for life. Moving to Sequim with my little family was the best decision of my life. At the time I had three boys, and later had a daughter in Sequim. The Sequim School District and the Sequim athletic activities and the Sequim outdoors and the low crime rate in Sequim, and much more made this the perfect little town to raise a family. A lot of retirees move to Sequim and their children are already grown up and have left the nest. They talk about how peaceful Sequim is, and so many of them are walking daily on the Discovery Trail, or bike riding, or hiking in the Olympic National Park. There are so many things to do here. The young crazy folks surf when the waves are high enough. From my house, it’s only a 10 minute walk for me and my dog, and we’re on the beach.
Now you know the Top 10 Reasons to Retire in Sequim. Did you watch the video? Let me know if you’re planning to visit Sequim in the Blue Hole.
Last Updated on September 11, 2020 by Chuck Marunde
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