Marysville real estate is still going strong with prices remain competitive and buyers being able to find what they are looking, either resale or new construction.
What is the major factor in a home selling? Most sellers would say it is features in the home like hardwood floors or granite counter tops but the fact remains that price is still the main reason why a home will sell or not sell.
What are buyers looking for? Since the over inflation of prices buyers are looking/waiting for that bargain to come on the market. It maybe sometime before a bargain is on the market there is still some good buys out there from motivated sellers.
The Marysville real estate market is going not going to decline and if it does it will be very slightly. Why is that? Well being a residential housing community, Marysville appeals to people that would like to escape city life for a more home town feel but as more people move to the area it will start to transform into an early era Everett.
In an CCN report regarding national growth trends show Washington real estate market holding many of the top growth areas with Wenatchee holding the second spot with Mount Vernon closely behind in third.
Mount Vernon is the next largest town up the I-5 corridor and it is going to experience the rapid growth that once gripped Marysville. As our area changes people are looking farther and farther north for their escape. That is what has made Marysville real estate so appealing for so long. Being right on I-5 these two towns share distinct similarities and in my opinion will see very similar growth trends and city development.
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