The suburban neighborhood of Fisher’s Landing East is located in Vancouver, Washington. This area offers more opportunities for those who live there as well as being just steps away from some really great amenities like shopping centers or schools.
The Fisher’s Landing East neighborhood is more expensive than 43.4% of the neighborhoods in Washington and 73.3% nationwide. It has a median real estate price that reaches $439,856, which makes it one such place to live with high costs compared to other areas around here.
The cost of renting in the Fisher’s Landing East area is higher than average, at $2,663 per month. It’s more expensive compared to 72.9% of other neighborhoods across Washington.
The Fisher’s Landing East neighborhood is a great place for those who want to live in close proximity with many amenities. The real estate there can be found primarily made up of medium-sized (three or four bedroom) single-family homes and apartment complexes/high-rise apartments, though there are some cozy pads that remain hidden from sight.
It is not surprising that several residential real estates in this neighborhood are occupied by both owners and renters. Many homes here were built between 1970-1999 while others 2000 or later; together, they make up an interesting mix for those who live there.
The Fisher’s Landing East neighborhood has among the lowest real estate vacancy rates in America at 0%. This means that there are few homes for sale, which may cause prices to go up since more people want this area and developers can’t keep up with demand.
The people in the Fisher’s Landing East neighborhood are upper-middle-class, making it an above-average income area. This part of Vancouver has a higher income than 75.3 percent do across America.
The people who reside in this part of town are really into their careers. About 48.8 percent are employed as executives, managers, and professionals, while sales account workers make up 25%. There’s also plenty more to learn about what these neighborhoods’ residents do when you take a look at all different types of jobs–there is truly something for everyone here.
The languages spoken by residents in the Fisher’s Landing East community are diverse. These numbers show which ones they prefer to speak when at home with their family members, and English tops this list (73%), followed closely by Spanish. Other important languages include Chinese or Vietnamese as well Langs of India-language families that share similar structures but vary greatly on vocabulary level.