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Old 12-25-2020, 10:36 AM
 
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I have retired and I am selling my home in a high cost of living area, With the proceeds of my home Moving to the Tri cities which will allow me to be a big fish in a small Pond. In Miami I was a nobody since there is a lot of wealth in Pam Beach and Miami Beach not mention wealthy Europeans and South Americans.
Where could I buy a home in the 500K to 600K range, where other homes sell for the same or more.
Thanks for any feedback.
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Old 12-25-2020, 07:37 PM
 
Location: WA Desert, Seattle native
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Badger Mountain in South Richland near Keene Rd. Most are in that price range and have views. You can find lower prices more on the bottom of the mountain.

Somewhat older but elegant homes in Northeast Richland with some Columbia River views but most in that price range just a few blocks from the river. Near great riverside parks.

Pasco on and near the river.

In Kennewick, the hillside above and near Canyon Lakes golf course many with views.

The real estate market here remains white hot despite the pandemic. Probably due to continued population growth from places like Seattle and Portland. Prices have continued to go up since I moved back in 2015.

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Old 12-26-2020, 06:24 AM
 
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Thanks PNW guy, I definitely love the Columbia river and it would be nice to live some place with a view. of the river.
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Old 12-30-2020, 08:11 PM
 
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I have retired and I am selling my home in a high cost of living area, With the proceeds of my home Moving to the Tri cities which will allow me to be a big fish in a small Pond. In Miami I was a nobody since there is a lot of wealth in Pam Beach and Miami Beach not mention wealthy Europeans and South Americans.
Where could I buy a home in the 500K to 600K range, where other homes sell for the same or more.
Thanks for any feedback.


Congrats on becoming the big cheese
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Old 12-31-2020, 04:51 PM
 
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A lot of rich people live out in the neighborhood East of Oak Street and South of 27th Avenue, I'm not sure if that area is Kennewick or Finley.

It is a really nice, country neighborhood
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Old 01-04-2021, 03:26 PM
 
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Badger Mountain in South Richland near Keene Rd. Most are in that price range and have views. You can find lower prices more on the bottom of the mountain.

Somewhat older but elegant homes in Northeast Richland with some Columbia River views but most in that price range just a few blocks from the river. Near great riverside parks.

Pasco on and near the river.

In Kennewick, the hillside above and near Canyon Lakes golf course many with views.

The real estate market here remains white hot despite the pandemic. Probably due to continued population growth from places like Seattle and Portland. Prices have continued to go up since I moved back in 2015.
OP, you may want to research the 3 main cities here and see which one would suit you best. Without getting into details, they all have their strong and weak points. If you are going to be working, you want to live close to work, IMHO, unless another of the cities appeals to you so much that you are willing to set up a somewhat longer commute.

You could consider a house outside of town as well. I live out just west of Prosser, have been here almost 30 years, while the commute is long when I have to commute, I can take a less traveled "blue" road that makes for an entertaining drive, so I don't usually find the commute objectionable.
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Old 01-22-2021, 04:00 PM
 
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Default Richest people in Tri Cities.

Hi Mitch, Thanks for the insight but I don't think I could live in Prosser, I am not a country boy.
Richland seems nice but I am a retiree so commuting to Hanford is not a priority.

I heard Harris avenue in Richland is pretty high end.
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Old 01-22-2021, 06:57 PM
 
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Harris ave is right on the river. Most of those are a million plus. Location, location, location!
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