Buying A Home or Relocating to Kirkland, WA

Buying a home in or relocating to Kirkland, WA? The Kritsonis Lindor real estate agents can help. Learn about the community and find your next home!


Located on the shores of Lake Washington just east of Seattle, no other city in the Puget Sound region has as many waterfront parks and beaches as Kirkland.

If you're looking to move or relocate to Kirkland, WA, the Kritsonis Lindor real estate team can help you through the home buying process. As top-rated real estate agents, we've helped homeowners find, negotiate, and buy their dream homes.

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If you are relocating to Kirkland, we work with a number of local professionals that can help to ease your moving load. Speaking of easing your load—need a moving truck? We offer a complimentary moving truck to all of our clients. If you’re in need of relocation information related to utility services, schools, contractors, or anything between, click here



The Kritsonis Lindor real estate team has over 40 years of experience guiding homebuyers through the home buying process across Kirkland, WA, and the surrounding area. Most of our team has called the Eastside home for their entire lives and are highly familiar with the area, lifestyle, options, and the local real estate market. Choosing Kritsonis Lindor for your real estate needs is choosing excellence, professionalism, and a team you can depend on.



Kirkland is acknowledged to be one of the most livable cities in the Puget Sound region. Its picturesque waterfront setting on Lake Washington and central location immediate to Seattle, Redmond and Bellevue, make it a desirable community for living and for working. In 2014, Money Magazine ranked Kirkland as #5 in its Best Places to Live in America issue.

Kirkland is home to beautiful waterfront parks and beaches with an array of boating activities. Spectacular year-round sunsets reflect the mood of the region and the season. Throughout the year, kayakers explore the shoreline and motorboats tie up to public docks next to restaurants in the region’s premier downtown waterfront. No other location on Lake Washington or Lake Union has as much public moorage as Kirkland.  A leisurely walk down many of Kirkland's many tree-lined streets reveals endless opportunities to explore local restaurants with nationally-acclaimed chefs, showcasing the best of Northwest ingredients paired with fine Washington wine.  Kirkland is also home to award-winning hotels and wineries and hosts a dynamic repertoire of events spanning art openings and performances to athletic events, wine festivals and outdoor concerts. 

Kirkland is a growing, prosperous and diverse community that attracts people from all over the world. Kirkland’s population consisting of over 82,000 makes it the 6th largest city in King County and the 12th largest in Washington State.  With the growth of the region’s high-tech and computer industries, Kirkland is becoming a younger city as well. In 2010, roughly 50% of the population was between the ages of 25-54.  As of 2012, Kirkland’s median age is 36.6 years and median household income is $86,656.  

Kirkland’s tech-savvy and entrepreneurial heritage dates back to the 1980’s.  Today, companies like Google represent the innovative business culture that is growing throughout Kirkland. Google recently celebrated its ten-year anniversary after having opened its first small office in 2004. Rapid growth has led to occupation of larger and larger spaces and Google will double the size of the campus and create room to hire 1,000 more employees by 2016.  Assisting in that growth, the Cross Kirkland Corridor (a 5.75 mile segment of the Eastside Rail Corridor being developed as a multi-modal transportation corridor) runs between the two Google campuses and alongside 1700 other businesses, offering an alternative, healthy route to transport employees from home to work

Kirkland is fortunate to be a higher education hub. There are more than 15 colleges and universities within 15 miles of the city.  The University of Washington Foster School of Business has its Eastside Executive Center where students are enrolled in an 18-month program to provide working IT professionals with the knowledge and managerial skills to advance their careers. Northwest University offers 50 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, including programs in Business Administration geared toward working professionals. Lake Washington Institute of Technology offers more than 100 degree and certificate programs in a range of disciplines. 

Kirkland is home to award-winning hotels, wineries and restaurants and hosts a dynamic repertoire of events spanning art openings and performances to athletic events, wine festivals and outdoor concerts. 


Hiring an experienced team of Kirkland real estate agents can make all the difference when looking for homes in your target area. Kritsonis Lindor is here to guide you through this fun and exciting process, from start to finish!