EXPERIENCE, MARKET KNOWLEDGE, AND A DASH OF "BRING IT ON" FOR GOOD MEASURE.
Hi, I am Michael Mackay. When looking for a new home in Pasco or Kennewick, you will need someone that has the knowledge and expertise of new construction to get you what you want, where you want. Having sold over 300 new homes in five years, building your home is MY business.
Michael was born and raised here in the Tri-Cities. He comes from a large family of eight (three girls and three boys). He graduated from Pasco High School in 1998, and shortly thereafter received his mission call to Mexico City. He quickly learned Spanish and enjoys using the language frequently. Upon returning home, Michael attended Utah Valley State and Columbia Basin College for 3 years. While attending CBC, he met his future wife and married her a short seven months later. Now 7 1/2 years have gone by, and they have added 3 happy, healthy and handsome boys to their lives.
Michael knows and understands most aspects of the building, buying and selling process. He has done it all: framing, finish work, painting, flooring and cabinetry. A few years back, a good friend introduced him to the "world of real estate." Michael quickly learned that this is what he truly loves to do and wanted to make a lifelong career of it. With over 200 home sales under his belt in just 3 1/2 years, Michael has the passion, drive and determination to make his clients' wants and needs become a reality.
When Michael is not selling homes, there are a number of activities he partakes in. As much as he loves golfing, basketball, and shooting, spending time with his wife and kids is at the top of his list. They enjoy family game night, hitting a bucket of balls at the driving range, and curling up on the couch to watch a movie.
opportunity for development! This 112.43 Acre parcel is located in the
path of growth, off Road 100/Broadmoor Blvd and Burns. A rare find with easy highway access and near great West Pasco amenities. *Statement from Dave McDonald, City Planner, Community & Economic Development Department: "The Planning Commission recommended the north half of your property for RS-1 zoning and the south half for R-1. Both zones are considered low density
per the code and permit single family construction only. With RS-1 you will get about 3.26 dwelling units per acre and 4.54 units per
acre with R-1 zoning. Those numbers are for net acres. About 25 percent of the residential developments are occupied by streets. The
proposed zoning does not limit how large your lots can be, it only sets a minimum lot size. So if a family members want to plat large lots
(2 acres) along the north boundary of the property nothing prohibits them from doing so. They just can't create lots smaller than
10,000 sq ft. On the south half of the property you will not be able to create lots smaller than 7,200 sq ft. There is one exception to the
minimum lot size rule. If a developer applied for a "Planned Density Development" he could create smaller lots. The Planned Density Development process allows some lots within a subdivision to be smaller than the minimum required provided they are off-set by larger
lots somewhere within the subdivision. Another thing to consider is that once the property is annexed and a developer would like to modify
the lot sizes he could simply create large lots through the platting process without having to rezone the property. If he wants a variety of
lot sizes he could use the Planned Density Development process without having to rezone the property. If he decides he does not want
any variety in the lots and wants smaller lots he could apply for a rezone."
*Based on a 30-year fixed rate of 3.38% with 20% down. The estimated payment is offered for convenience and is not an offer of credit.
Due to market fluctuations, interest rates are subject to change at any time and without notice. Interest rates are also subject to credit and
property approval based on secondary market guidelines. The rates shown are based on average rates for our best qualified customers.
Your individual rate may vary. Rates may differ for FHA, VA or jumbo loans.