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This post will answer your questions about Tulalip Wa. It explains its location, borders, natural resources, income, homes for sale and explains the difference between deed land and leased land on the reservation.
Tulalip Washington is a 22,000 acre, 35 square mile federally-recognized Indian tribal land. Its boarders are the Snohomish River to the south, FireTrail road to the north, Interstate-5 the the east and the waters of Puget Sound to the West. It is Adjacent to the western boarder of the city of Marysville just North of Everett, WA in Snohomish County. The Reservation is rich with natural resources: marine waters, tidelands, fresh water creeks and lakes, wetlands, forests and developable land. On warm days you might catch children playing on stand-up paddle boards or watching gray whales feed near the shore. Most homes in Tulalip have nice size lots and are surrounded by wooded areas.
During the 1970s and ’80s most Native Americans on the Tulalip reservation relied on fishing for income and food. Their resources and support services were limited. As was seen by the modest portable trailers that once housed the reservation’s only health and dental clinics.
Since then, the Tulalip Resort Casino, which opened in 2004, along with an outlet mall and other businesses have funneled millions of dollars back into the community to provide services for some 2,600 tribal residents of the reservation, according to the Tulalip Tribes website. In 2003, the tribes built a $9 million health and wellness center. New athletic fields and a skate park overlooking Tulalip Bay were completed in 2016. In 2017, the Tulalip Tribes was the fourth-largest employer in Snohomish County.
The Reservation comprises the western half of the Marysville-Tulalip community. The Marysville School District serves both the city and the reservation. Boarding along Interstate 5 you will find the Tulalip Resort Casino and luxury hotel as well as many large retailers like Walmart, Home Depot, Cabela’s and the Seattle Premium Outlet Mall.
What County is Tulalip WA in?
Tulalip is in Snohomish County WA in the zip code 98271.
Leased Land & Deeded Land on the Tulalip Reservation
The Tulalip reservation offers both deeded land and leased Land. When a land is deeded, the deed holder has all rights to the land and the property built on that land just as it is in any other property in the United States on non tribal land. The only difference is that you will have to pay a 1% fee to the Tulalip Tribe when you sell your property.
When you buy a property that is on leased land, you’re buying the improvements on the land, as well as the rights to exclusively use the land. No one else can claim rights to use it during your lease period.
Leased Land is either leased from the Tulalip Tribes or from the Tulalip members of the Fryberg family. The Fryberg land is a 72-acre property which includes the 71/2 mile coast of Hermosa Beach. When you lease from the Tulalip Tribe you pay a monthly lease fee which is based on the value of the land and is reassessed every three years. When you lease from the Fryberg family you pay a yearly lease fee which is reassessed every five years. Because of the Indian tribal land, one can find waterfront homes at bargain prices on leased Tulalip property.
Homes For Sale Tulalip WA
About Amy Wagner – Prime Listings Group
“When You Do What You Love…People Love What You Do”
Amy is the mother of three beautiful Native children who are members of the Tulalip Tribe.
As a real estate agent, investor and managing broker of Keller Williams North Sound, Amy particularly loves helping people sell their homes fast and teaching and helping people build wealth through real estate investments such as multi-family homes, land development and the fix & flip of houses. She founded Prime Listings Group on the principles of doing better and giving more. We have local experience on our side and we promise to give more than expected. You’ve come to the right place. At PLG you can expect better!
“My house ended up selling above what I thought I would get!”
Amy was a rock star helping me sell my home and simultaneously buy a new one in this crazy housing market! She continuously went above and beyond to help me get my new home and I am so, so grateful that she was my agent.
I had a tight deadline I was working with and she was professional, confident, and absolutely dedicated to making sure that my house sold for what I wanted (ended up selling above what I thought I would get!). Right off the bat she helped me see what I could do to improve the value of my home, helped me work out a game plan, and she worked with a professional photographer that helped put my house in steller light on the market! I had an offer accepted over list price within a few days of my home being on the market!
Immediately I began looking at buying a new home, and I wanted to try to have them close simultaneously. Amy was so helpful in helping me look at homes in my budget and interest range. Homes were flying off the market left and right and I worried I might not find one in time, but Amy was confident and dedicated, and even went and scoped out homes fresh on the market, sending me videos if I couldn’t meet her while I was at work. I was so thankful and within no time I found the perfect house and she helped me write up an offer that was accepted! My previous house that I had bought, I worked with a different agent, and the second I got my offer accepted they stepped away and allowed assistants to help me the rest of the way, but Amy was there ever step through closing, and (even after the house closed and we couldn’t get my darn cat from the old house!) Needless to say I couldn’t recommend her enough and will always be referring her to friends and family.