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Lyman Real Estate & Homes for Sale

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31502 W Third St, Lyman

$269,000 - 2 Beds, 1 Baths, 956 Sf

MLS® # 1599623

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31591 E Third St, Lyman

$189,900 - 3 Beds, 1 Baths, 2,244 Sf

MLS® # 1595650

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It's a fact that Lyman residents who want to buy homes have a vast array of choices to go with where real estate investment is concerned. The truth is, homes have been redesigned with so much appeal and value that buyers find them irresistible.

Even though every home buyer has their own definition for what they call a good home, there are common characteristics that modern homes exhibit, and these are considered valuable in the eyes of every potential buyer.

Lyman is mostly a family-centric area, where majority of the residential areas consists of married couples with children. What's more, research has also discovered that the average age of people living in Lyman WA is 35.4 years.

Generally, the area has a serene environment where real estate is bound to thrive. Homes are coming up in most parts of the region, and it's for a very good reason --- people are looking for Lyman homes for sale so they can either rent to tenants or set up their own residence.

But it is also worth noting that Lyman real estate market is taking a fresh twist this year. During last year's spring season, the market didn't meet expectations -- sales of both new and existing homes went flat in 2014. This buying trend was mostly attributed to weak consumer confidence, sharp increase in home prices compared to the previous year, and an unstable economic recovery nationwide.

Today, the real estate market in Lyman across the nation is showing some remarkable improvements that experts think will be sustainable. Here are reasons to support those projections:

(a) By 2015, the economy had injected an additional 3.1 million jobs. What's more, gas prices have fallen or at least remained stable lately, so consumers have more income to spend.

(b) Mortgage lenders have also began showing signs of easing their tight restrictions, plus some of them are even offering affordable homes.

(c) Finally, former homeowners who lost their homes due to foreclosures have now repaired their credit, and are willing to invest in new homes, not just in Lyman, but nationwide.

Therefore, it's not a bad idea to start investing in Lyman homes now. If you can afford it, there's no other suitable time than this to acquire a nice home that will shelter you and your family.

Listing information last updated on May 28th, 2020 at 4:07am PDT.