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This prime 2.6 acre lot is peaceful and serene while offering excellent views overlooking West Richland. The established orchard is home to quail, pheasants, songbirds and offers a wide variety of producing fruit and nut trees. Here`s your chance to cash in on your sweat equity while you shape the house into your dream home in a dream location. This property offers an indoor pool, hardwood floors, updated wiring, custom kitchen cabinets and an inviting front porch. Because it is located in a neighborhood of far more expensive homes, you will have a solid foundation for your future as well as a solid investment. Don`t let this one get away, it is rare to find this kind of an opportunity in such a beautiful setting...

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If you are planning on buying one of the homes for sale in Richland Wa, here's a few tips that might help you in your search.

1. Get yourself a good Realtor to work on your behalf as a buyer's broker. 

I know you are excited about searching for homes in person and online, that's the fun stuff for sure.  It's easy forget about how important it is to have a Pro on your side.  Working with a skilled, experienced Realtor will not only save you time and money in your home search but your overall home buying experience should be relatively stress free and even fun if you choose the right one.  I'll write a bit about how to find a good Broker to represent you in the future and put the link here when I do.

2. Get Pre Approved for a mortgage.


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If you are planning on relocating to the Tri Cities WA, I thought these two videos I found on youtube might be of interest to you.  The first video is a nice Interview of a Mormon missionary's impression of living in Richland WA for a short time.  While he's certainly not an expert on Richland, (you were searching for Hanford), I think his first impressions and perspective about living in the area is worth the time to watch if you are not yet familiar with Richland or the Tri Cities.

The second video is shot from a semi truck traveling through the Tri Cities.  He travels HWY 395 which isn't necessarily our most scenic route, but you get a good look at the area from the cab of his truck.  He never actually gets to Richland but does travel

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Today is Dairy Queen's 75th Anniversary and they are giving away free ice cream cones to celebrate. I've put a link to the current Tri Cities locations down below if you would like to take them up on their offer today.  It's a beautiful day to swing by and grab a free ice cream cone and then maybe walk it off along the river!


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Tri Cities home search by High School Boundary

Will you be cheering on the Bombers, Falcons, Bulldogs, River Hawks, Braves, Lions or another team?  You'll find all the homes listed by all the local Tri Cities real estate brokers sorted out by High School boundaries on one page!  Currently you can search Richland, Kennewick, Pasco and West Richland homes for sale by High School boundaries.  We are currently working on Burbank, Benton City and Finley as well.  Those home searches should be available shortly and we will update the blog when they are up and running.

Search for Tri Cities homes for sale by High School Boundary

Quality schools are one of many factors you may consider when purchasing a home.  Good schools do much more than just educate

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2015 is here, time to get rid of those old Christmas trees in the Tri Cities.

The Tri City Herald put together a nice list of how to get your tree picked up this year. 

Here's the rundown.

Richland residents can just set their undecorated tree out on the curb on their normal pickup day.  Trees must be under 6ft in height.  You can also take it to the Horn Rapids landfill at no charge if you wish.

Kennewick residents can cut their tree into small sections and place it in their regular trash bin or drop them off free of charge at the transfer station on 27th and Ely.

Pasco and West Richland residents can put their undecorated trees on the curb for pickup on their normal day.

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