Eco-Craftsman at Cully Grove Community

New Listing: Eco-Craftsman at Cully Grove Community

  • $739,900
  • 2844 sqft
  • 4 Bed, 2 Bath

You'll find impeccable craftsmanship, abundant natural light + energy efficiency in this detached condo home in Portland's premier intentional community, Cully Grove. Super low HOA's incl most utilities plus 2 guest rooms, common house, gardens, fruit trees, bike + tool storage, well for irrigation all on 2 acres! Main floor master suite, radiant heat hardwood floors, cherry countertops, gas stove, large windows, plus solar PV + H20! View the Listing

Spacious & Private Lake Oswego Condo

New Listing: Spacious & Private Lake Oswego Condo

  • $274,900
  • 1117 sqft
  • 2 Bed, 2 Bath

This light and bright condo is located close to all the amenities of Lake Oswego, yet private and protected in a wooded area with walking paths and a stream. In the heart of it, while also a peaceful place to call home. The condo is on one level and has updates throughout. With spacious rooms, a living room, a covered deck, and a kitchen open to the dining room, it is great for entertaining. The master bedroom has an attached bath and a second full bath is centrally located for guests. Updates include new flooring, fresh paint, new counters, and new fixtures. Truly a gem! View the Listing

Quiet, Light-Filled Condo

New Listing: Quiet, Light-Filled Condo

  • $339,900
  • 660 sqft
  • 1 Bed, 1 Bath

Quiet, contemporary condo with floor-to-ceiling windows, double-sided fireplace, designer paint colors, wood & polished concrete floors, remodeled kitchen includes farmhouse sink, appliances with a new gas stove, concrete countertops, remodeled bath with hex and subway tiles, UV protection added to windows. Includes 55inch TV & mount. Near Mt. Tabor Park, numerous cafes and eateries, plus gated, designated covered parking, 9x6 secured storage & AC! View the Listing

How To Appeal Your Property Taxes

How To Appeal Your Property Taxes

Are your property taxes too high? Here’s what you need to know about the appeal process with some important links. First of all, the Board of Property Tax Appeals (BoPTA) cannot set the amount of tax that you owe – they can only change the valuations on which taxes are based or remove penalty fees. There are only 3 circumstances under which the county will accept an appeal for property taxes: 1. Property Value is incorrect: you believe the county's assessment of your Real Market Value or Assessed Value is too high. Read More