The housing market is out of control in the Tri-Cities today.
With all the new construction in the Tri-Cities, a new untapped market for buyers is mobile homes. Sure, mobile homes historically have had an unfair stigma attached. However, today they're a more appealing option, as they're more affordable and the newer models feature more classy fixtures and amenities.
If you're you're single, or a couple, and space is not an absolute must, going this route can prevent you from going house-broke. You can travel, see the world, dine out more often, save for your retirement or your dream car. Never worry about bills again, if you play it smart.
Tri-Cities' Cheapest Mobile Home Could Be More Glamorous Than My House
In an insane Tri-Cities housing market, it can be difficult to find something that works for you while fitting within your budget. If space isn't a necessity, here's a home
that will change your mind about mobile homes. I'm not kidding when I say, "It's fancier than my house!" For $69K, you might rethink your home situation.
See Inside: Amazing $3.5 Million Dollar Home in West Pasco
Valued at $3.5 Million+ this incredible 7656 sq. ft. riverfront estate in Pasco is perfect for family gatherings, large parties, or as a private oasis. It includes a private owner's suite and two guest suites. If you can afford this home, you can afford to heat the pool all year round and have a full-time butler. Scroll down and see inside.
Texas' Housing Market Will Make You Want to Move Away From Tri-Cities
The housing market in Tri-Cities is insane. Forget just Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland! Even houses in Prosser and Benton City are going high! It's so crazy, my family members moving to Tri-Cities have been seriously downgrading. Take a look at my in-laws' home they sold in Texas. It has five bedrooms, three full bathrooms, two half bathrooms, it's over 4,000 square feet, PLUS it has an in-ground heated pool that's enclosed to keep the bugs out. How much would you pay for it? It sold for less than $450,000.
in Kennewick sold for more money, had half the square footage, NO pool, and had far fewer bedrooms and bathrooms. Do you get where I'm going with this? Let's take a look inside my in-laws' former home and cry over a bowl of Ben & Jerry's ice cream.