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In the heart of the Spokane Valley, nestled between Liberty Lake and Mt. Spokane, Central Valley offers commercial growth, urban development, quality schools and and an abundance of recreational activities.

The recent establishment of hundreds of businesses along upgraded corridors has attracted the attention of many national retailers and restaurants, including The Spokane Valley Mall, Mirabeau Point Community Center, and a new YMCA.

Central Valley High School and University High School are among the distinguished schools in the area.

The Spokane River, Centennial Trail and many sports complexes offer a host of recreational options including kayaking, roller blading, volleyball, soccer and remote control vehicle track amongst many other things.

The highly regarded Painted Hills Golf Course is just one of several quality yet affordable courses in close proximity. Each neighborhood offer a variety of new homes in a wide price range for any lifestyle and budget.

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April 29th, 2016

#YourStoryIsOurStory: It’s Never too Late to Fall in Love

In November 2015, Windermere Real Estate agent, Vivian Peterson met some new friends that would teach her an invaluable lesson. At an open house, Richard (76) approached Vivian about selling his current home. After almost 40 years in his place, a home he shared with his first wife until she passed away, Richard was looking …

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April 27th, 2016

Keeping Up with The Joneses: Seven Yard Tools a First-Time Homeowner Needs

So basically, when you have a baby and wife and a career, your home reno slows down a little when your extended family flies back to their respective time zones. Last month, we shared about that pesky 15% of a project that gets left undone.  And maybe we still haven’t fixed the grout line in the shower but… …

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April 25th, 2016

An Incoming Tide Raises All Ships: How the Growth in Homeowner Equity Continues to Stabilize the U.S. Housing Market

Every quarter, the U.S. Federal Reserve releases its report regarding the Financial Accounts of the United States. Although this is a very lengthy and detailed analysis, it does contain some interesting statistics on housing. The particular “nuggets” that I look for relate to the total value of residential real …

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