Everett Washington – Commercial, Business, Land and Homes
Everett Washington is the county seat of Snohomish County and is the largest city in the county, home to over 110,000 residents. It’s about 35 minutes or 29 miles north of downtown Seattle and many people that live in Everett actually commute to the Seattle area or to the east side including Bellevue and Kirkland.
Obviously, Everett is a residential city but also a vibrant business city as well. Whether you’re looking for a historical home in downtown or North Everett, brand-new homes in subdivisions around the outlying borders of the city, or a traditional two-story Cape Cod, bungalow, or Northwestern home in a variety of residential pockets throughout the city, prices are all over the board as well as designs.
Land is hard to come by within the city limits because most of the city has been built out. However, some of the outlying borders of the city may have lots of up to 1 acre and may be more. Most people that choose Everett as their city do so for its close proximity to shops, restaurants, markets, and daily errands or for some of the older, vintage homes in North Everett.
Everett offers great options when it comes to opening, starting or continuing a business. Here are some resources for new businesses, transfers, or renewals.
- Starting a Business
- New Business Licenses
- Business License Renewal
- Regulatory Licenses
- Temporary Business License
- No-Fee Business License
For those looking to build, buy land, or develop property, there is a large inventory of industrial land to provide space for new industry as well as underdeveloped land zoned for higher density commercial, residential or mixed use. You can check out the
Economic Development Department for location and relocation assistance, real estate market valuation, infrastructure consultation, permitting, and utility information.
Whether you’re considering buying a coffee stand, which Everett has a lot of, or developing land for building homes or other businesses, start with an agent that is well familiar with the area and commercial property development. I’ve worked with agents, developers, builders, and business people to develop a plan and a successful strategy for their business endeavors.