Veterans: Retiring in Spokane, Washington is a good idea.

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Mortgage and Lending with Jack Tenold LLC Jack Tenold NMLS 10261

Veterans: Retiring in Spokane, Washington is a good idea. Retiring in Spokane WA is a good idea.

 

Active veterans and active seniors are all about new experiences, volunteering and staying busy and    retirees give to their communities with their time and talent.     Spokane is affordable, and friendly, and its citizens enjoy clean air, a relaxed lifestyle and easy access to recreation. 

 

The VA Medical Center may be a major consideration for putting down roots in Spokane. It is conveniently located and it   provides quality health care services to veterans.   Resources are also provided at the Spokane Valley Veterans Outreach Center.

 

Spokane has something for everybody - mom, dad, the grandparents and the grand kids. Hardly a week goes by that there isn't something of interest - a new restaurant opening, a concert at the casino, a baseball game, or a festival of some sort.   Major community and national events such as Bloomsday, Hoopfest,  and Spokefest have made Spokane an important destination for both professional and recreational athletes. It has also   hosted  international figure skating competitions such as the Team Challenge Cup.  

The Spokane Lilac Armed Forces Torchlight Parade Spokane WA Festival Armed Forces Torchlight Parade has created community buzz for over 75 years, delighting Spokane's residents and guests alike.

 

 

Transitioning from  active duty to civilian life  does not mean a sedentary existence it means opportunity. There is  much to do in the coming years while enjoying an active and healthy lifestyle in  a great community. 

 

Veterans be sure to lconsider Washington StateAn online visit to the websites of  Washington Department of Veterans Affairs and Spokane County Veteran Services is worthy of your time.   Learn what is available related to veterans benefits  in the State of Washington.  AND, Washington has no state income tax!

 

 

Not too big and not too small, Spokane - a great place to live. It has all the advantages of a big city but feels like a small town. Nearby hunting and fishing opportunities lure retirees  to the surrounding Inland Northwest. Four beautiful  seasons will save you from the monotony of single season climates.

 

 Spokane is a regional hub of the Honor Flight.  "The Inland Northwest Honor Flight's mission is to National Honor Flight Hub transport Inland Northwest war veterans to Washington DC to visit those memorials dedicated to honor their service and sacrifices."  Two Honor Flights occurred in 2015 and the veterans who were able to travel were escorted  at no cost to visit memorials in our nation's capital.  

 

Global Credit Union started out as Fairchild Federal Credit Union (FFCU) at Fairchild AFB located just 15 miles west of downtown Spokane. It has provided banking services for over 60 years and has an interesting history.  Global Credit Union has maintained a strong community presence and now serves both military and non-military members.   Although the name changed, excellent benefits are available to retired and active-duty military who become members with branches and ATMs around the city.  

 

Spokane WA a great place for seniors to retire Searching for a new or "used" home is easy using a Spokane real estate professional who is a relocation specialists. Whether you are looking for a country house or a city house, a single family residence, a townhouse or condominium, they work hard to find the perfect home for military families and veterans.

 

To learn more about VA Loan eligibility be sure to speak to a veteran and experienced home loan specialist who can help you sort out the detailsVeterans and eligible surving spouses are entitled to special financing opportunities.  The VA loan is a benefit retirees should utilize.  Are you eligible?  You may be.....

  •           if you have served 181 days of active service during peacetime
  •            if you have served 90 consecutive days of active service during wartime
  •            if you have more than 6 years of service in the National Guard or Reserves
  •            if you are the spouse of a service member who has died in the line of duty or as a result of a service-related disability.  A Certificate of Eligibility is necessary to apply for a VA loan and is obtained through the Department of Veteran's Affairs

   

Spokane Washington "The Lilac City"

 

Retiring in Spokane/Spokane County  also means joining over 46,000 veterans who now call eastern Washington "home"

 

Spread the word:  There are many obvious reasons for Veterans to retire in Spokane, Washington the "Lilac City".

 

Veterans: Retiring in Spokane, Washington is a good idea. 

 

 


 

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Comments (2)

Patricia Kennedy
RLAH Real Estate - Washington, DC
Home in the Capital

Spokane is also pretty far east of the area where people have to worry about the big earthquake that could hit any second!  Of course, it's already really, really overdue, but it is making some people nervous about Seattle - which probably is just fine with the people who live there!

Nov 10, 2015 07:45 AM
Jack Tenold
Jack Tenold LLC - Spokane, WA
Specializing in Reverse Mortgages

There has been a lot of press on the pending doom.  Quite something to contemplate.  Another good reason to retire in Spokane.

Nov 10, 2015 08:58 AM

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