Spokane: Big Little City
As Washington’s second largest city, Spokane is often called a big little city, or is it a little big city? In either case, Spokane is just the right size to provide the convenience, culture, and amenities of a city. The many bike paths, Manito Park and Botanical Gardens provide a beautiful respite during a busy week, and the wineries, restaurants and breweries add fun to a bustling night life.
With several quiet neighborhoods to choose from, residents agree that Spokane is small enough to provide a quiet community filled with trees, open spaces, and access to anywhere in under an hour. We’re a family-friendly place with great schools, skiing, fishing, hiking, and the great outdoors nearby.
Veterans, many from nearby Fairchild Air Force Base, often return to settle down in the Spokane area. When they do, we’re ready to assist with a VA loan, as have with some of the over 50,000 veterans who make Spokane their home.
The nearby North Idaho Lakes provide ample opportunities to fish for Chinook salmon, watch eagles nest, or for swimming and recreation. The Coeur d'Alene Resort Golf Course offers waterfront golf experience including a legendary floating green.
With campuses in Spokane, Eastern Washington University, Whitworth University, Gonzaga University, and Spokane Community College offer a range of academic, athletic, and employment opportunities. Many graduates find Spokane the ideal place to launch new careers.
With no state income tax, low property taxes, no inheritance tax and great healthcare options, and plenty to do, Money lists Spokane as the best place in the West to retire.
Whether you’re a veteran looking for a VA loan, a newcomer curious about down-payment assistance, a local in Spokane seeking an FHA or USDA loan program, or anyone in the Spokane are interested in a mortgage at a competitive interest rate with personal, professional service—give our office a call and see how we can help you find the right home mortgage for your situation.