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The State of Washington embodies our country’ natural beauty, as it is home to more national parks, national forests, wildlife refuges, and federally protected wildernesses than any other state. It also houses several active volcanoes, including Mt. Ranier, which is the tallest mountain in the state. Aside from the state’s many natural wonders, it is home to many top U.S. corporations, including Microsoft, Boeing, T-Mobile USA, and Starbucks, among others. Washington is a great place to live and raise a family tax free as the state does not charge personal income tax. Real estate property is taxed in the state and many opt for apartments for rent, especially in Seattle, where one can easily find a spacious apartment in a good location for a reasonable price. Looking for a Higher Education?
The state’s higher education system is known for its dedication and providing a variety of options to the state’s high school students in earning college credit. Washington State University is one of the largest public universities in the state. Located in Pullman, the university offers students housing, but does not frown upon students residing in off campus apartments. Washington apartments in Pullman are usually affordable and multiple-bedroom options are available for a group of three or four roommates. Among the schools in the state’s largest metropolitan area, Seattle University has ranked high compared to other schools in the Pacific Northwest. Apartments in and around Seattle are easy to find, but if you want to live close to the school, which hosts over seven thousand students, you may need to compromise on either the price or apartment’s size.
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Washington’s housing market did not see as much of a hit as some other areas of the country. Home prices in Seattle remained relatively stable and some new developments have sprung up. Unlike other cities that often have older housing complexes as the only rental option, Washington apartments in Seattle and Tacoma are of high-quality and there are plenty of other rental properties, such as condos and townhouses, that are available. A two-bedroom apartment can generally be rented for under one thousand dollars, but a more in-depth search, accompanied by apartment reviews, may yield listings of even cheaper apartments. Since rental rates for Washington apartments are down compared to what they were just six months ago, it is best to act quickly and read as many apartment reviews as possible to access the apartment complexes of your choice. Apartment reviews, written by renters just like you, help you look at the property from the inside and help you make the right selection among many Washington apartments that are on the market. If you are young and single check out apartment reviews for the properties in downtown Seattle where you will most likely build a nest. Be ready to be awaked by the sky-high rents in that area as some of the most expensive Washington apartments are located in this busy Seattle neighborhood.
Moving to Washington may be one of the best decisions you ever make, so start the search for your dream Washington apartment today.