Spokane Homes & Real Estate

Picture of Spokane WashingtonBrowse all Spokane homes for sale and real estate in Spokane, WA below! Spokane is the second largest city in the state of Washington, but with no big city feel like Seattle. There is a homeyness to the area that can be felt everywhere from downtown to the nearby town of Spokane Valley. Spokane is home to Gonzaga University as well as many smaller schools and community colleges. There is also an EWU campus in Spokane. The sidewalks on Hamilton street is usually busy with college nightlife, as it borders Gonzaga and the Riverpoint Campus of EWU and downtown has scattered restaurants and bars that are packed on Friday and Saturday nights. Spokane’s population is approximately 210,000. To get information about Spokane neighborhood properties for sale or to schedule a home showing or private home tour, call or email your real estate professionals in Spokane, Washington today.

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Beautifully Updated Comstock Condo! 4 Bdrms & 3...


  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 2,828 SqFt
  • 0.24 Acres


Spokane, Washington

Beautifully Updated Comstock Condo! 4 Bdrms & 3.5 Baths. Kitchen Updates Include Corian Counters, Huntwood Cabinets, Kitchen Island, Maple Flooring, New Wind...

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*Current Market Stats: Homes For Sale in Spokane Washington

Spokane, Washington

Active Data

Properties for Sale: 1,980
Sales Pending: 458
Average List Price: $279,314

Sold Data

Average Sales Price: $211,644 Sold in the Last 90 Days: 16,112
Average List Price: $214,098 Current Inventory: 0.4 months
Average Sale/List: 98.85%

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Selling or buying a home in Spokane soon? Call you Spokane WA real estate experts, Unity Home Group® (509) 795-2001. Our community of Spokane WA real estate brokers team will help you navigate the Spokane housing market in Spokane Washington.

Spokane Real Estate Market

Nicknamed the “Lilac city” and the accepted birthplace of Father’s Day, Spokane was named after the Spokane Tribe, with the name meaning “children of the sun.” Modern descendants of Spokane followed the events set in motion in the early 1800’s when two trappers received orders to go to the area which is now Spokane and encountered the indians. The Spokane tribe thought these two trappers were holy men and put them up in the Coleville River valley for the winter. These trappers set up a fur trading post to conduct commerce with the indians and in 1883 gold was discovered in the area, leading to a large influx of all kinds of people. While the state is the biggest employer in Spokane, it is followed closely by the school system and then by Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital. Red Lion hotel group and Yoke’s Fresh Markets are two of the companies that call Spokane home for their headquarters and the city has a thriving economy that includes bike shops, restaurants, antique stores, clothing stores and much more.

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Spokane definitely is partially defined by Gonzaga University and the 7,500 or so students that attend there. However, there is a thriving economy in Spokane and stores that you aren’t able to find anywhere else. There are many antique stores in Spokane, a public transportation system that covers the entire city and beyond, going out to Spokane Valley and Cheney, as well as a train station and Greyhound services. There are plenty of college-targeted coffee shops and bars in Spokane, but there is some great shopping as well. The skywalk system in Spokane allows for passage between the downtown bus terminal, called the STA Plaza, and the Spokane library and covers thirteen other blocks in the downtown area. You can cross through the River Park Square mall, restaurants, department stores and more without ever having to stand on a sidewalk.

Spokane Community Highlights

Spokane residents have diverse backgrounds. An example of this lies in Spokane having achieved the #3 spot for cities or towns with the most North Europe ancestries. Other ancestries include Bulgarian, Yugoslavian, Scandinavian and Ukrainian. Spokane has an excellent healthcare system with three main hospitals and a veteran’s hospital among many other healthcare facilities. The city has a community health system called CHAS, the Community Health Association of Spokane which has several facilities in the city as well as an urgent care center and dental offices. Spokane is on the very eastern part of the state, very close to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. It is about 280 miles from Seattle. The Spokane International Airport is approximately a ten minute drive from the heart of Spokane and the Greyhound terminal and Amtrak are located in downtown.

Spokane Real Estate Agents

Need more information Spokane Washington real estate or homes for sale in the surrounding areas? Call your local Spokane real estate brokers, Unity Home Group® at (509) 795-2001.

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Date Last Updated: 2017/10/19

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