Have you heard that the real estate market on Whidbey Island is slowing? It is, sort of; but it isn't as simple as up versus down. Compare to five years ago, or ten. We will do that. Whidbey is changing as some leave and others arrive. Retirees replaced with remote workers? Sort of. Inventory is growing again. Businesses and jobs and schools are changing. Housing needs are changing. Wages are changing too; but is it enough? What's next? There's a shift as some business owners age out and others move in. Now the question is what will be the new normal, or is that possible? Come on by to see the data behind the stories, and maybe share your stories, too.
Join Tom Trimbath for his most up-to-date information. Tom is an islander who happens to be an author, photographer, project consultant - and a real estate broker. (required disclosure: Dalton Realty, Inc. http://whidbeyrealtor.com/). He has written and self-published seven non-fiction titles, produced nine photo books of Whidbey Island, and like most authors, is working on a few more. It's all just a dance.
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