10 Places in WASHINGTON You Should NEVER Move To

Move to these places and you’re gonna regret it big time!

Washington. When you think of the Evergreen State you probably think about mountains, Starbucks and a whole lot of rain…right? And, while there are a lot of opportunities here in Washington – home to both Amazon and Microsoft headquarters – and the scenery is absolutely breathtaking, there are also a lot of places to steer clear from. The places you don’t want to live…

We’ve looked at a wide range of data, including crime rates, unemployment rates, poverty, education and more. Plus, we took into account YOUR opinion – that’s right – you Washingtonians have a lot to say about which places in your states are great and which are not so great. And, while Washington State is home to Bob Barker…he’s not saying come on down to these 10 places. Let’s begin, shall we?

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  1. Hello from Tacoma!

    This video is legit except for its take on Seattle. Seattle is so far from souless, there's such a personality to the city that you have to see to believe. It undoubtedly has its problems but it really is an incredible city.

  2. Was having a scooter street jam in seattle with hundreds of riders and out of nowhere this dude just started hitting himself in the head with a brick😭😂

  3. I grew up in federal way and my house has been shot close to 10 times and my neighborhood has been on lockdown more times than I can count. Don't move anywhere in western WA.

  4. All of Washington is becoming the same. Tweaker towns! I've lived in Washington my whole life, but now I want out. There use to be amazing cities to live, belfare, silverdale, sedro wooley, centralia, and many more on the west side. On the east side Leavenworth, Wenatchee, republic and more. All drug towns now maybe not Leavenworth so much. Point is you cant get away from it in this state. I'm not a political person but the extreme left and there soft views on drugs and crime are not helping.

  5. My first experience in Washington I stayed in Tacoma. Took a walk down the nice path behind the hotel, running along the river. Around the first corner was a homeless village. It smelled like urine and shamelessness. It was pretty surreal after seeing that crap on the news.

  6. ngl, i was surprised my city wasnt on there. clue super close to tukwila. born and raised in seattle and happy here. i agree with quite a few things he said.

  7. So…. Don't live in the three largest cities in the state. Well, that's helpful.
    Something the video isn't discussing is gentrification and real estate price creep. With so many people moving here from states with higher prices, it's easy for people to get 350+K for an average somewhat run down house on the I-5 corridor. And builders don't build what were once called 'starter homes'… smaller houses with one or two bedrooms and one bath… in order for new home buyers to build their credit. They build 'garage-Mahals'… huge houses with 4+ bedrooms, 3 car garages, and three bathrooms. What happens when they do this is that they charge 500+K for the McMansion, and only people making 100K a year or more can afford one. So, you're either in the Upper Middle Class or you rent an apartment or house. And with so many people renting, property management companies can essentially charge what they want.

  8. Beautiful Scary Dump! Even up north the woods are being set on fire & Satanic rituals are being performed.. DONT HAVE FREE ROAMING PETS😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈

  9. Very sad for Seattle, but I guess that's what the extra liberals love; drug addicts, homeless, needles everywhere. Millions of taxpayers money wasted for what? Unfortunately, most cities under liberals are going dowm. Look at San Francisco and L.A. Gorgeous cities filled with crime, drug addicts, homeless and sorry to say, feces.

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