Whidbey Island Real Estate, homes and land, is proudly offered by Coldwell Banker Tara Properties. These fine Whidbey Island, Washington properties are evidence of our unique lifestyle. Whether you're interested in waterfront homes, view acreage, land to build your dream home, or new construction ready to move into, we are Whidbey Island's largest real estate company and we'd be happy to show you your dream property.
Our experienced Realtors can help you locate the right Whidbey Island property for sale in Langley, Clinton, Freeland, Greenbank, Coupeville, or Oak Harbor (NAS Whidbey). Explore the unique features that make living in the Northwest, and more particularly, Puget Sound and Whidbey Island a satisfying experience--from the quiet of beachfront homes and forested acreage to the hubbub of a downtown city lifestyle--we have it all. You can too!
Let us show you why working with a Coldwell Banker Tara Properties sales associate can benefit YOU, whether you're buying or selling a property, either a home or land, on Whidbey Island.
Coldwell Banker Tara Properties--
Your Perfect Partner in Whidbey Island Real Estate!
August 8th, 2014
We are proud to announce the addition of Alicia Alverson to our Bayview office. Alicia is an experienced broker and brings with her a knowledge of real estate on Whidbey Island. You can reach her at 360-331-0120 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We pride ourselves at Coldwell Banker Tara Properties in having the most knowledgeable …
June 5th, 2014
To date, Coldwell Banker Tara Properties' Agents have contributed over $352,000 through the company's "Community Fund" for people in need and for community agencies and schools on Whidbey Island. Many of our agents are personally involved with these worthwhile causes. Part of every commission is deposited into our Community …
May 7th, 2014
Island County commissioners have decided to re-open the county offices on Friday. The County has been closed on Fridays since 2009 due to cutbacks. This extended week will begin sometime in June. You can read the full article in the Whidbey News-Times. …