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  • Seattle is the county seat of King County and a seaport city in the state of Washington. It is one of the most populous cities in the country. The city is located on the West Coast close to the Canada-United States border. It is renowned for its performing arts, and music scene. As well as popular tourist destination due to its close proximity to both nature and water. The city is home to many museums, galleries, and live performance venues, as well as many professional sports teams on different levels. The climate is mild, temperate, marine climate and allows year-round outdoor activities including swimming, snowboarding, rock climbing, kayaking, and more.

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Top Reasons to Buy a HUD Home in Seattle

  • Seattle Housing Statistics According to US News the average cost of buying a home in Seattle is approximately $404,000, which is well above the national average. The cost of buying a home varies greatly depending on the neighborhood. In areas like First Hill, Uptown, and Belltown, the home prices are half compared to East Queen Anne, West Queen Anne, and North Queen Anne. The monthly average rent is higher than the national average, and higher when compared to other major metro areas. The cost of living in Seattle is higher than the national average.
  • Living in Seattle Seattle is a popular tourist destination with numerous annual fairs and festivals, most known is the 24-day long Seattle International Film Festival. The city's distinct neighborhoods are ideal for exploration, especially downtown, there you will find most of the city's attractions. There are also plenty of opportunities to enjoy great outdoor activities, with the closeness to water and mountains.
  • Pike Place Market is a buy market located near the downtown waterfront, here you can buy almost anything you want, from local artwork to vinyl records. They also have a very beautiful flower market. This is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. There are many restaurants and coffee shops in this area, and Seattle is known for its good coffee.
  • The neighborhood Pioneer Square is full of historic old buildings. The area has numerous of art galleries, restaurants, and shops.
  • Space Needle is a 605-foot tall tower, with a round observation deck that offers a great view of the city. The top of the tower has a revolving restaurant.
  • The Seattle Art Museum hosts one of the best art collections in the country, and it ranges from European masterpieces to contemporary sculpture. The museum is located downtown Seattle. The Olympic Sculpture Park is a section of the Seattle Art Museum, that is outdoors and free. It is filled by sculptors, and also has a shop and a cafe.
  • The Seattle Aquarium is located along the waterfront and close to the Seattle Art Museum. It features northwestern sea life, coral reef tank, and a kid-friendly touch tank. The most notable with the aquarium is its underwater observation dome.
  • Transportation and commutes in Seattle Most working Seattle residents commute to work by driving alone, or commute via carpool. Although, more use public transportation than the national average. The public transportation is operated by King County Department of Transportation Metro Transit Division (Metro) and Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority (ST). They provide light rail, buses, streetcars, and commuter rail throughout the city.
  • Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is the main airport in the area. It has flights to domestic destinations in the entire country, some of which are seasonal. There are international flights to the entire world, a few are seasonal.