We recently sat down with homeowners, trusted partners and Rush Residential team members to see what they have to say about working with and for Rush Residential. We're pretty honored at what they had to say.
Legacy, a high-end 62 home community in Gig Harbor, opened in November of 2016, and recently sold its last new construction home. Named in homage to Gig Harbor's fishing community, each home at Legacy was designed to bring a modern take on our local traditions. With HOA maintained front yards and shared community spaces, Legacy fosters a neighborly community atmosphere, and a community value that is preserved.
Rush is excited to welcome a new community to Gig Harbor. Cushman Pointe. is a gated community with 43 home-sites starting in the high $600's, Homes in this community include ramblers and large family homes for a wide range in community members. They offer private access to the Cushman Trail and feature large back yards, open concept living, and front yard maintenance included to preserve home values.
We are so honored to receive the Puget Sound Business Journal's Corporate Citizenship Award for Neighborhoods and Communities.
Rush Residential is excited to announce two new communities coming very soon to Gig Harbor and Fredricksen. The communities will feature new construction homes with exceptional curb appeal and upgraded standard features that are signature to Rush homes.
With the new school year around the corner, now is the time to move into your new home before interest rates rise. One Corner Lot Left at Legacy! Legacy has turned into a truly beautiful community. All 62 homes feature exceptional curb appeal due to additional exterior home finishes, fully landscaped and irrigated front yards, and included front yard maintenance to ensure the community value is preserved. Don't miss out on this last brand new Legacy beauty! Visit in person Saturday and Sunday 12pm - 4pm, or contact us for a private tour.
You can't avoid paying taxes, and we all need to pay our fair share. However, paying your fair share shouldn't place an unjust burden on you. As a homeowner, your tax burden is doubled because you pay both income and property taxes. To decrease that burden and boost your tax savings, take advantage of these homeowner tax deductions. As a result, you can use your tax savings to go on a vacation, increase your child's college fund, build upon your retirement fund, or complete another home improvement project.
More than 77 percent of people own a smartphone. The average person checks their smartphone 46 times a day, with people under the age of 24 checking it an average of 74 times a day. We check it while we’re waiting in line and during our leisure time, whether we’re scrolling through social media, reading emails or getting up-to-date on the latest news.