Do you own a home in Downtown Vancouver and need to sell immediately?
Why should you Sell to Vancouver Redevelopment?
Our simple three step process will take the complication out of selling your Downtown Vancouver home. If you’re looking to sell a home you own in the Downtown Vancouver area please contact us today to set up an appointment. There are no bank financing delays and we make cash offers. The entire process can be completed in as little as 7 days.
About Downtown Vancouver , WA
Vancouver shares its name with the larger city of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. Both cities were named after sea captain George Vancouver, but the American city is older; Vancouver, B.C., was incorporated 29 years after the incorporation of Vancouver, Washington, and more than 60 years after the name Vancouver was first used in reference to the historic Fort Vancouver trading post on the Columbia River. In 1997, the city of Vancouver decided to dedicate the next 15–20 years to redeveloping and revitalizing the downtown core, west of I-5 and south of Evergreen Boulevard. The first projects started in the early 2000s with the construction of many tall condominium structures around Esther Short park. Since that time the area has attracted chefs, artist, tech entrepreneurs, startups and those with a hunger for creating their visions. The area is well on its way to transforming into a dining and entertainment destination for the area.
During the summer Downtown Vancouver features an amazing farmers Market featuring over 250 vendors. You’ll discover fresh and local produce, flowers, plants, baked goods, delicious food, pet treats, and accessories for yourself, home, or garden. The Vancouver Farmers Market is a pet friendly place where you can chat with people who have grown or created your purchase, grab a bite to eat, listen to music, stroll through the park, watch the kids play, and enjoy a wonderful, relaxing day.
History of Downtown Vancouver , WA
Vancouver was originally named in honor of Capt. George Vancouver by British Lt. William Broughton in 1792 during early explorations of the area. Due to its location on the Columbia River, this location would later become a fort and the center of all fur trading in the Pacific Northwest. On Jan. 23, 1857, the City of Vancouver was finally incorporated and Vancouver steadily developed seeing its first rail line east in 1908. During World War I, Vancouver was home to the world’s largest spruce cut-up mill. It cut raw timber into the lumber used to build the airplanes that helped win the war in Europe. This site would later become named Pearson Airfield. During World War II, Vancouver’s Kaiser Shipyard built a variety of crafts that greatly contributed to the American war effort. The City of Vancouver along with community partners works continuously to maintain its historical landmarks in the area including the Fort Vancouver National Site, Esther Short Park, the oldest public square in the Pacific Northwest, the Slocum House, and Covington House. They frequently create historical, interpretive and art displays across the Vancouver community.
No-Risk Closing — a Deal is a Deal
When we agree to buy your home, we guarantee the deal is done.
Many cash buyers make their offer contingent on selling your home immediately. If they don’t find another buyer, the deal is off and you don’t get your cash, even if you both already signed the paperwork.
We don’t think this is right. When we buy your home, we’ll be the final buyer and you’ll always get your cash.
Vancouver Redevelopment Is Here to Help
We Buy Houses in the Entire PORTLAND Metro Area
We’re interested in buying properties in any condition located throughout Portland, Vancouver, and the surrounding area.
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Not sure if we buy homes in your area? Reach out to us by calling 360-558-3338. We’ll work with you to get you a cash offer for your home or put you in touch with someone who can.