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Considering moving to Spokane? You won't regret it.


Welcome to the Spokane area!

We know the local area, both as an agent and as a neighbor, and can help make this transition seamless for you. 

We love Spokane!


One of the most important steps in preparing to move is finding the right neighborhood that fits your unique needs.

  • Prioritize neighborhood features that are important to you, as well as factors that will be practical and convenient in the future.


  • Lean on us as a support system to provide information on the best neighborhoods for your lifestyle, property taxes, school districts, commute times, public transportation, area amenities and more!


  • We know the nuances of the local market and can help you find the right home at the right price. We will connect you with the latest tools to make your home search as easy and convenient as possible.

Why We Love Spokane

One of the many reasons we love working with people new to the area is that we get a chance to show you why we love it here. We are happy to help you explore your new community by recommending local businesses and sharing our favorite things to do in the area.

Hiring a trusted agent is extremely important when moving. Whether you’re moving because of a career opportunity or you’re just looking for a new adventure, we promise to work with you every step of the way to get you settled into a new home in an area you love.







Spokane Hoopfest is the largest 3-on-3 outdoor basketball tournament on Earth! Here's some fun stats:

  • 250,000 people
  • 422 courts
  • 465 brackets
  • 24,000 players from 6,000+ teams
  • 45 city blocks shut down
  • 3,000 volunteers



The Lilac Bloomsday Run, also known as Bloomsday, is an annual timed 12K run/walk in Spokane, Washington, held on the first Sunday in May since 1977. With the exception of 2020, it was held in September. 


Spike & Dig

Spike & Dig is one of the world's largest co-ed outdoor 6-on-6 volleyball tournaments with over 360 teams and 2,500 players. With six adult divisions, two SHS divisions, and one JHS, there is a division for all ages and skill levels. 


Pig Out In The Park

Pig Out in the Park is an annual food and music event held in Spokane, Washington. Usually holds over 50 food vendors and over 70 free concerts.


Terrain Spokane

On the first Friday in October, Terrain is an annual, one-night-only, juried multimedia art and music event celebrating artists in the Spokane area. Featuring new works by hundreds of artists, and attracting thousands of attendees, it is a celebration of new energy and fresh ideas from all over the artistic spectrum. From painting to poetry to interactive art and film, we try to showcase a little of everything that’s happening to make the Inland Empire a more vibrant, cultural and beautiful place.


First Friday

First Friday is designed to showcase the downtown art and retail scene. Downtown retailers and restaurants feature artists, musicians, specialty food and beverage as a special promotion on the first Friday of each month.


Restaurant Week

Every February means one thing in Spokane – Inlander Restaurant Week. Over 100 restaurants team up for amazing food at even more amazing prices. It’s a great chance to get out and discover all the culinary creations hiding and thriving in the Spokane region.

Hoopfest: The largest 3-on-3 outdoor basketball tournament on Earth!
Bloomsday: Lilac Bloomsday Run features over 50,000 runners, joggers and walkers.

Restaurants, Cafes and More with The Best of the Inland Northwest!

New to town and looking for a good place to eat? Whether you want pizza, burgers or sushi, The Best of the Inland Northwest has your back with the inside scoop for all your favorites!

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Portable storage containers delivered to you, loaded at your pace, and either kept in your driveway, stored with us, or moved across the country. Along with our military discount, we provide special services and accommodations for families on the move. 


An energy company involved in the production, transmission and distribution of energy as well as other energy-related businesses. Avista Utilities is our operating division, providing electricity to nearly 340,000 customers and natural gas to about 300,000 customers across 30,000 square miles and four northwestern states.



The City of Spokane's Solid Waste Collection offers a full suite of curbside collection services for residential customers—garbage, food and yard waste, and recycling. To help keep Spokane clean and safe, weekly garbage collection within the city limits is required for all occupied residences. Each home is furnished with special automated carts that are durable and easy to roll out for collection.



Spokane Public Schools is a public school district in Spokane County, Washington, and serves the city of Spokane. The district includes oversight and administration of seven high schools, six middle schools, and 34 elementary schools.



Spokane Public Library spans six branches and houses nearly half-a-million items. Each year, they circulate more than 2 million items and a million people walk through the doors. They host events and programs for children and adults, lend out more than just books (like ukuleles and GPS units and snowshoes), and offer access to digital media, like eBooks and digital magazines, so you can access the library from anywhere. You can soak up the local art scene at each branch through monthly exhibits or stop by the Northwest Room to take a peek at one-of-a-kind historical artifacts and documents.


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