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Situated in Cowlitz County, Longview is a charming city with a population of over 37,000. The city’s economy is anchored by industries like healthcare, education, and manufacturing. With its picturesque setting on the banks of the Columbia River, historic downtown area, and high quality of life, Longview presents a wealth of opportunities for residential and commercial real estate investments. The city’s ongoing developmental projects and its strategic location near major transport routes enhance its potential for investment.

 

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A Real Estate Investor’s Guide to Longview

Longview, WA
Cowlitz County
Geography
Employment
Transportation

Longview, WA

Surrounding Lake Sacajawea, Longview sits at the southern border of Washington, along the Columbia rivers. According to a 2010 census, Longview has a population of 36,648, making it the largest city in Cowlitz county. Its proximity to Kelso, Interstate 5, the Columbia River, and Portland, Oregon, has resulted in a large manufacturing-based industry that employs a portion of its residents. There are 8 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, and 2 high schools within the Longview public school system. Whether building an additional rental unit for commuters or purchasing a fix and flip property, opportunities in Longview await the smart investor looking to make financial gains with a hard money loan.

 

 

 


Cowlitz County

Cowlitz County is a southwest Washington state county. With a population of around 100,000 people, its largest city is Longview and its county seat is Kelso. Because of its location many of its towns and cities are dependent on the lumber industry. In fact, in the 1920s, it had the first and second largest timber companies in the world.


Geography

Longview is located in a small gorge, so its climate varies from that of its close neighbor, Portland. Longview is generally about 7 °F cooler than Portland. Located about 80 miles inland across a stretch of relatively flat ground, the Longview skies can be overcast due to moisture from the Pacific Coast marine layer. The Columbia River gorge permits an exchange of air between eastern and western Washington. The direction and speed of air movement through the gorge is determined primarily by the pressure gradient between the eastern and western slopes of the mountains.


Employment

Longview, WA Unemployment Rate is at 5.30%, compared to 5.90% last month and 6.60% last year. This is lower than the long term average of 8.32%. Manufacturing in Longview accounts for 19% of the employment and easy access to the Columbia River, Interstate 5, and the west coast railways has attracted a rapidly diversifying manufacturing base. The abundance of timber around Longview provides the city’s former two largest employers, Weyerhaeuser and Kapstone with timber products.


Transportation

Longview is on the I-5 Corridor and is served by State Route 4 and State Route 432, which connect it to nearby Kelso and Wahkiakum County. State Route 433 connects Longview to Rainier, OR over the Lewis and Clark Bridge. The city is also served by RiverCities Transit, a local bus system that travels between Kelso and Longview.


Longview, WA

Surrounding Lake Sacajawea, Longview sits at the southern border of Washington, along the Columbia rivers. According to a 2010 census, Longview has a population of 36,648, making it the largest city in Cowlitz county. Its proximity to Kelso, Interstate 5, the Columbia River, and Portland, Oregon, has resulted in a large manufacturing-based industry that employs a portion of its residents. There are 8 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, and 2 high schools within the Longview public school system. Whether building an additional rental unit for commuters or purchasing a fix and flip property, opportunities in Longview await the smart investor looking to make financial gains with a hard money loan.

Cowlitz County

Cowlitz County is a southwest Washington state county. With a population of around 100,000 people, its largest city is Longview and its county seat is Kelso. Because of its location many of its towns and cities are dependent on the lumber industry. In fact, in the 1920s, it had the first and second largest timber companies in the world.

Geography

Longview is located in a small gorge, so its climate varies from that of its close neighbor, Portland. Longview is generally about 7 °F cooler than Portland. Located about 80 miles inland across a stretch of relatively flat ground, the Longview skies can be overcast due to moisture from the Pacific Coast marine layer. The Columbia River gorge permits an exchange of air between eastern and western Washington. The direction and speed of air movement through the gorge is determined primarily by the pressure gradient between the eastern and western slopes of the mountains.

Employment

Longview, WA Unemployment Rate is at 5.30%, compared to 5.90% last month and 6.60% last year. This is lower than the long term average of 8.32%. Manufacturing in Longview accounts for 19% of the employment and easy access to the Columbia River, Interstate 5, and the west coast railways has attracted a rapidly diversifying manufacturing base. The abundance of timber around Longview provides the city’s former two largest employers, Weyerhaeuser and Kapstone with timber products.

Transportation

Longview is on the I-5 Corridor and is served by State Route 4 and State Route 432, which connect it to nearby Kelso and Wahkiakum County. State Route 433 connects Longview to Rainier, OR over the Lewis and Clark Bridge. The city is also served by RiverCities Transit, a local bus system that travels between Kelso and Longview.

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