Pullman Hard Money Loans
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Situated in Whitman County, Pullman is home to Washington State University and boasts a population of over 34,000. Its strong educational and research institutions, alongside its high-performing school system, make Pullman an attractive location for residential real estate investment. Its vibrant local economy, with sectors like agriculture, manufacturing, and healthcare, also presents opportunities for commercial real estate investment. With its diverse neighborhoods, ongoing community development projects, and close proximity to recreational areas, Pullman offers a broad spectrum of investment opportunities.
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A Real Estate Investor’s Guide to Pullman
Pullman is the largest city in Whitman County, located in southeastern Washington state within the Palouse region of the Pacific Northwest. The population was 29,799 at the 2010 census, and estimated to be 34,506 in 2019. Originally founded as Three Forks, the city was renamed after industrialist George Pullman in 1884.
Pullman is noted as a fertile agricultural area known for its many miles of rolling hills and the production of wheat and legumes. It is home to Washington State University, a public research land-grant university, and the international headquarters of Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories. Pullman is eight miles from Moscow, Idaho, home to the University of Idaho, and is served by the Pullman–Moscow Regional Airport.
Whitman County is a county located in the U.S. state of Washington. As of the 2010 census, the population was 44,776. The county seat is Colfax, and its largest city is Pullman. The county was formed from Stevens County in 1871.
The city is situated across several loess hills which characterize the Palouse Prairie, formed from windblown sediment over an estimated period of over one million years. This prairie region, the Palouse, is noteworthy for its fertile rolling hills where winter and spring wheat, barley, lentils, and peas are grown. These hills provide a variety of elevations across the city, from 2342 to 2575 ft above sea level. Downtown Pullman is situated in a valley between these hills. Within the Pullman city limits, the Missouri Flat Creek and Paradise Creek both join the South Fork of the Palouse River. Pullman sits in the watersheds of the Snake River and the Columbia River.
Pullman has an unemployment rate of 4.8%. The US average is 6.0%.
Pullman has seen the job market increase by 0.3% over the last year. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 31.1%, which is lower than the US average of 33.5%.
Pullman is located near the junction of several major highways. U.S. Route 195 and State Route 27 travel north towards the Spokane area, passing through various towns in the Palouse, while State Route 270 follows the Bill Chipman Palouse Trail to Moscow, Idaho.
Pullman is served by the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport two miles east of Pullman and four miles west of Moscow. Horizon Air offers four flights daily from Pullman-Moscow to Seattle and four flights daily from Seattle to Pullman-Moscow. Shuttle service to Spokane International Airport is available. Major bus routes, including Greyhound, pass through Pullman.
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