Finding Self Storage in Pacific, WA: Top Tips
There are 22 self storage units in Pacific, WA in a 15 mile radius to choose from with over 22 units available for rent
Using $1.00/sqft as a national average, the average price for a self storage unit is $2.05. This is 104.67% higher with $1.05 net increase in cost per square foot. You'll be paying more in medium to large cities as storage prices are generally higher in densely populated areas.
Choose from multiple self storage facilities in Pacific including:
If storage near Pacific, Washington is not close enough to you, you may be interested in the 15 nearby cities including Auburn, Bonney Lake, Buckley, Burien, Covington, Edgewood, Enumclaw, Federal Way, Gig Harbor, Graham, Kent, Lake Tapps, Lakewood, Maple Valley, Milton.
We also have specialized storage to choose from in Pacific. If you require a climate controlled unit where temperature and humidity are important, please check out our Pacific, WA Climate Controlled Storage, page. If you need to store a boat, car, or RV near Pacific, WA, please visit our Pacific, WA Vehicle Storage page.
Just starting your Pacific self storage search? There are a few things you should know. Pacific storage unit prices and availability are closely related to things like real estate prices, the type of housing available in the area, the city's wealth, and whether or not many people are moving to the area. Using US Census data, we've pieced together a better picture of those factors as they relate to self storage in Pacific.Moving and Storage in Pacific, WA
If there are many people moving to or from Pacific, prices could be higher than in other cities. That's because self storage if often used as part of a home move. Population changes over time are one way of gauging the amount of moving activity in Pacific. The Pacific metro area grew from 6,619 persons in 2010 to 7,079 persons in 2014 according to the US Census, an increase of 6.95%.Self Storage and Real Estate in Pacific, WA
One way to get an idea of the demand for housing and storage space in Pacific is to look at housing occupancy and vacancy rates. If housing occupancy rates in Pacific are high, it's probably safe to assume that storage facility occupancy rates in Pacific are also high, which would push unit prices up. According to US Census estimates, 93.7% of housing units in Pacific are occupied, while the vacancy rate is at 6.3%. The average occupancy rate in US cities is approximately 89%, which is lower than the rate in Pacific, suggesting that storage unit inventory might also be tighter in Pacific. With fewer units available, storage facilities in Pacific may charge higher prices.