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First Place In Pasco
Homes for Sale, First Place Pasco WashingtonFirst Place offers upper-class living in a convenient location in Pasco. The best real estate in Pasco, First Place has no track housing and lots that range from ¼ to ½ acre. Power, water, sewer, irrigation, and natural gas are all in place. First Place offers large lots, flower gardens, back yard entertaining, even a pool. Of course, one can choose a smaller lot for a lower-maintence lifestyle. There is a nearby private 5-acre park where he kids can run, bike, play withing walking distance from home. Take a stroll or walk your dog in its wide streets amidst mature landscaping. First Place provides a scenic and peaceful neighborhood for your family.

A block wall perimeter all the way around provides First Place residents with security, privacy and a feeling of community. Strategically located, First Place is just a few minutes from Sun Willows golfing, schools and booming new West Pasco shopping and amenities, surrounding cities, Tri-Cities wineries, and all the great Tri-Cities recreation. [continue reading]

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City Of Opportunities
Pasco is home to the Tri-Cities Airport, a regional commercial and private airport served by several major airlines. The local Amtrak station has been located in Pasco since 1971, when the national rail passenger service was established. Some of the biggest Pasco employers include Hanford nuclear facility, Burlington Northern, Lamb Weston, Boise Cascade, Tyson Foods, Energy Northwest, Fluor Hanford Inc., Bechtel National Inc., and Battelle Pacific Northwest National Laboratories.

Pasco Facts & Figures
The median home cost in Pasco is over $140,000, with  home appreciation at around 2.45%. Pasco's cost of living is 3.40% lower than the U.S. average. Pasco public schools spend over $6,000 per student, compared to the average school expenditure in the U.S. of close to $6,000. There are about 13 students per teacher in the Pasco School District.