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Phone: (206) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Seattle , Washington , United States
Land-Linc, Incorporated
4314 148th Street SE
Bothell , Washington 98012
United States

Company Description: We are a full service real estate brokerage and web site posting service. We list and post land for sale in the Puget Sound area. This concentrated attention to...   more

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Real estate professionals to help research and buy vacant land | Land-Linc, 18 Jan 2015 [cached]
Todd Britsch
Todd serves as president for New Home Trends, Inc. and is the vice president, treasurer, and a licensed agent for Land-Linc, Incorporated. He started in the industry by gathering data for Real Vision Research in 1988. Todd returned to New Home Trends, Inc. in 2002. Through his leadership as company president, New Home Trends, Inc. has grown exponentially. His success is attributed to industry dedication, market knowledge, and comprehension and communication of the information collected. Under Todd's leadership, New Home Trends' territory has enlarged to include; Portland and Salem, Oregon, Treasure Valley and Coeur D'Alene, Idaho, and Spokane, Washington. Todd is a frequent speaker on housing trends and sales activity at industry and economic events.
Todd is a member of the Master Builders Association Sales and Marketing Council, Care Foundation, and is on the board of directors in addition to being a founding member, and past-president of the New Home Council.
We are here to help you buy and sell land | Land-Linc, 18 Jan 2015 [cached]
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The next closest was 335 around ..., 26 Mar 2015 [cached]
The next closest was 335 around Newcastle south of Bellevue in King County and 223 around Mukilteo, said Todd Britsch, MetroStudy's regional director for Seattle and Oregon.
Most of the new homes are being built in the unincorporated county, in areas that will eventually be incorporated by either Mill Creek or Bothell.
The numbers don't surprise Britsch.
"When you look at where the jobs are being created and the buildable land, it's kind of a no-brainer," Britsch said.
More tech jobs are coming online in Redmond and Bellevue, but the existing homes on the East Side are too expensive for many workers.
"Even though they're coming in with great jobs, they can't afford a home in Redmond or Bellevue for the most part," Britsch said.
The area between Mill Creek and Bothell is called the North Creek Submarket Area, said Britsch, who has worked for the firm for 14 years.
Britsch said that he expects more people will be coming soon. He said the Millennial generation is getting ready to have kids of their own.
"Contrary to popular belief you cannot allow you allow your 5-year-old to play at the corner of Fifth and Pike (in downtown Seattle)" Britsch joked. "These Millennials who love living in Belltown close to the bars and close to their jobs - when they have children they'll begin to migrate to the suburbs."
And that means even more people moving to the area. Barring a recession or an unforeseen economic setback, it should continue for another three to five years.
"At that point the North Creek Submarket Area will run out of buildable land," Britsch said.
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