Welcome to Everett

Everett is set 25 miles north of Seattle on the shore of Port Gardner Bay, and offers the best blend of culture and nature that the PNW is known for. There is always something to do in Everett! Historic downtown is always bustling with unique shops and restaurants. The waterfront is just minutes from downtown and boasts more than 4 miles of waterfront trails, picnic shelters, parks and plazas, a splash fountain, year-round special events, quality hospitality facilities and a mix of tasty restaurants.

Everett is the county seat and largest city of Snohomish County, and as such, has more to offer than just about any other city in the county. In addition to the developing waterfront, you’ll find minor league baseball and hockey, theaters, museums, galleries, breweries, restaurants of all sorts, coffee shops and bakeries, gift shops and gorgeous homes with tree-lined streets and a neighborly feel.


Everett on the Blog


By Windermere Real Estate/North | April 15, 2024

After an almost two-year journey of recovery and stabilization since the spring 2022 correction, the market has started to experience solid price appreciation. The median price in Q1 2024 vs. Q1 2023 shows that despite interest rates remaining stubborn, buyer demand is returning to the market. Improved consumer confidence and acclimation to lending costs have caused […]

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By Windermere Real Estate/North | January 15, 2024

The story of 2023 was balancing interest rates with home purchases and even home sales. The average weekly rate in 2023 was 6.8% and peaked in October at 7.94%. This caused some buyers to pause due to cost. Many sellers were reluctant to move and give up their low payments based on historically low rates, […]

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By Windermere Real Estate/North | October 23, 2023

Tight inventory and buyer demand helped fuel the market in the third quarter of 2023 despite rising interest rates. There have been fewer listings in 2023 than in 2022 which has created price growth since the first of the year. Prices peaked in spring 2022, corrected in the second half of 2022, and then they […]

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