Awarded in so many ways, Tri-Cities has been repeatedly named as one of the best places to live in the United States. Kiplinger called it one of the top ten best places to raise a family. CNNMoney.com called it one of the top ten places for gains in real estate home values.
It was number one in the nation for housing by SmartMoney.com in 2010, and was awarded as one of America’s Best Communities in 2015. Fortune called Tri-Cities one of the 100 best places to work in 2015 and 2016, and Garner Economics rated it number 1 for job growth in 2010. Not to be outdone, a Tri-Cities Cabernet Sauvignon took home Winemaker Magazine’s Grand Champion trophy for the world’s best wine in 2013.
In striking contrast, and a tribute to the family friendly lifestyle that exists here, Tri-Cities took home 7-Eleven’s title “Slurpee capital of the World” in 2009. World famous supercar builder Shelby Super Cars North America calls Tri-Cities home. Time and again, Tri-Cities has proven itself to be a city of diversity that makes it an amazing place to live, buy homes, and raise a family.
Having a very a stable and diversified economy and real estate market. The Tri-Cities is one of the country’s least expensive places to start a business, has one of the lowest cost of living indexes in the nation, and has proven itself to have steady growth in both population and high-tech jobs for more than twenty years.
Located in Southeast WA state at the convergence of the Columbia, Snake, Yakima rivers, Tri-Cities is a literal sportsman’s paradise, not far from some of the top fishing and hunting in the country, and just a few hours drive to the stunningly beautiful Wallowa Lake, home to the world record Kokanee Salmon landed in 2010 by neighboring fisherman Ron Campbell.
As a semi-arid desert climate, there are four distinct seasons, more than three hundred days of sunshine, and a comfortable average of seven inches of rain per year. With a combined population approaching 300,000, Tri-Cities is the fourth largest metropolitan area in WA State and has with the fourth largest airport in Washington. With so many awards and accolades, Tri-Cities is well worth consideration as a great place to buy or build your next home and to own rental and investment properties. Management 1 looks forward to helping you find your next home here in the beautiful Tri-Cities.