I have lived in the area for the last 40+ years minus 3 when my husband and children were transferred to the East Coast for 4 years for the military. I have been in the real estate business for the last 7 years. I feel so lucky that I get to help those with one of the most significant financial decisions of their lives! It also affords me the opportunity to spend time with my family. I have been married for 30 years and have 2 grown children and 3 adorable granddaughters. I don’t see this career as working, I see it as helping and that is what I was made to do!
About 98367, Washington
The zip code 98367 is in the state of Washington. The 98367 zip code area has a significant land area of 80.47 square miles, which is slightly smaller than the adjacent zip codes. This zip’s population density is significantly lower than the national average, with 344 people living per square mile in this section of Washington. The typical household size in the 98367 region is three persons, with just 34% of homes having children. The neighborhood is largely white, with only 3% Asian residents. The median age of residents in this area is 42, indicating a larger proportion of middle-aged folks. The number of children under the age of 18 in the 98367 zip code is somewhat larger than the national average. 98367 is surrounded by the communities of 98528 Belfair, 98312 Bremerton, and 98366 Port Orchard.
Real Estate Market of 98367, Washington
The median home value of the 98367 zip code is $249,600. Out of the 10,814 housing units, 10,155 are currently occupied. Out of the owned households, 64% have been acquired with a mortgage while renters occupy 17% of the current households in the region. Nearly 70% of the rentals in the 98367 area are three-bedroom households which can usually cost in excess of $1000 per month. The current unemployment rate is 3.7% in this part of Washington, which is significantly higher than the state unemployment rate but equal to the current national rate of 3.7%. The majority of the households in the 98367 area were built in the early 1990s and 2000s.