Relocating to Bellingham or Whatcom County

Whether you are moving to Whatcom County or moving out of Whatcom County, we can help you find your next home. We have the knowledge and experience to help make your relocation experience easier, faster and less stressful. With a combined 35+ years of experience in the Whatcom County real estate market and connections with other real estate agents across the state, we can guarantee that we will find you a house that you are going to love. 

Moving to a new community can be a scary change and finding the right environment for you and your family is a very important task. Whatcom County offers a little something for everyone, whether that be a country estate in Lynden or condo with bay views in Downtown Bellingham. Click here to learn more about each of the Whatcom County cities. 

If you are relocating out of Whatcom County, or just need help selling your home, we can be of assistance. We have a proven plan that will save you time and money with guaranteed results that you are going to love. 

Browse our relocation packet to see all that Whatcom County has to offer. 

Whatcom County Relocation Guide

Facts about Whatcom County

    • Whatcom County ranges in elevation from sea level to a high point at 10,781 feet at the active volcano Mount Baker, also known as Kulshan.
    • World’s Most Photographed Peak: Mount Shuksan, located off Mount Baker Highway, is the most photographed peak in the world.
    • Pioneer Log Cabins: Pioneer Park, in Ferndale, represents one of the finest collections of original pioneer log cabins and artifacts in the world.
    • Agriculture is a steadying influence in the northern parts of the county. Today, Whatcom County produces the most raspberries of any county in the United States.
    • Whatcom County is home to Western Washington University as well as two community and technical colleges. The university and colleges are in their own right major employers and Bellingham consistently draws a large student population which contributes to the local service economy.
    • The proximity to the Canadian border is a strong influence on the economy. When the Canadian dollar is strong, it creates demand for Canadian shoppers seeking retail bargains and real estate in Whatcom County.
    • Skiing Magazine ranked the Mt. Baker Ski Area 18th on a list of nation-wide ski areas, and number one in the state of Washington (2005).
    • National Geographic Adventure names Bellingham one of the top adventure cities in the nation (2004).
    • Organic Style Magazine touted Bellingham as one of the seven best environmentally healthy oases in the nation (2003).

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