CNN Money had recently listed the 8 cities they are predicting to post housing gains by September 2011 and Tacoma, Washington made the list. CNN Money forecast a 4% gain in Tacoma home prices, which is a huge increase from the 22% lost since 2006. With medium price of a Tacoma home for sale at $239,000, it’s no wonder why homebuyers are taking this great opportunity for an investment.
Tacoma's downtown has gone through a restoration over the past few decades, with new museums, galleries, restaurants and even a branch of the University of Washington. Homebuyers are enjoying Tacoma’s new homes easy access to city sophistication and fine dining one day and hiking, skiing or kayaking the next.
The homes for sale in Tacoma provide locations near history sites and the wonders of Seattle’s wilderness. Explore everything from salt-water beaches and waterfalls, to Museums and the glass art of Dale Chihuly. Tacoma’s homes are located near family friendly attractions like the Museum of Glass, Tacoma Art Museum and Washington State History Museum and even the Chihuly Bridge of Glass. For outdoor adventures take your family to visit the Northwest Trek Wildlife Park, Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium, Seymour Botanical Conservatory and Lakewold Gardens.
Tacoma homes for sale have something for everyone. With builders like Polygon Northwest and Quadrant Homes you are sure to find a great deal on a single family home within an amazing community. Polygon Northwest had recently released, with overwhelming number of interested, The Estates at Lakeland Hills. The Estates at Lakeland Hills offers 3 - 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms new homes within a 2,113 - 2,953 sq. ft. These Tacoma homes for sale are starting from the high $200,000's. Quadrant Homes is offering Tacoma’s number one selling green home at Northwest Landing. Northwest Landing provides new green homes with 3 bedrooms, 1 - 3.5 bathrooms and 1,263 - 3,861 sq. ft. homes with prices starting from the mid $200,000's.