Housing Market

Neighborhoods throughout the City of Spokane Valley provide a variety of housing types and living options for families, individuals and senior residents. Housing styles include single residential, multifamily, condominiums, apartments, group homes, limited-income, retirement communities, and town homes.

From traditional residential blocks with sidewalks and driveways, to planned communities that include wider streets, trails and shared amenities, the options in the City continue to grow and evolve. A home in Spokane Valley will cost you as much as 48% less than in western Washington (source: Payscale.com). The median home sale price in the county in November 2023 was $407,500.


There are several distinct neighborhoods in Spokane Valley. In addition, the City is served by three public school districts (61 public schools and 18 private and charter schools), and includes 12 parks for residents to enjoy year-round.

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