Virtual Open Houses

At Think we’re committed to the safety of our clients, agents, and the public. That’s why we’re offering VIRTUAL open houses! Each weekend a selection of our listings will be hosting live, virtual open houses so you can see and learn all about your potential new home without leaving the comfort of…

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How’s the Market? A Look at August’s Real Estate Numbers

Home prices continued to climb in August with the Median Home Price reaching $449,000 – an increase of 7.5% over August of 2019 and almost 1% higher than last month. New Listings and Pending Sales both increased compared to last year, but Pending Sales increased by quite a bit more (over 26%).…

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Are You Ready to Vote?

With everything going on you may not have realized that we’re less than two months away from Election Day! This year Election Day is on Tuesday, November 3rd and the deadline to register to vote is Tuesday, October 13th. If you are a resident of Oregon, you can register to vote online…

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How’s the Market? Real Estate During a Pandemic

For the first time since February, new listings in the Portland Metro Area increased compared to the same time last year. Pending sales also continued on their upward trend, with an increase of over 20% compared to last year. Pending Sales far outpacing New Listings pushed inventory down even farther this month…

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Taking Ownership PDX

As part of our ongoing effort to address historic and systemic racism in Portland and the Real Estate industry, Think is proud to support Taking Ownership PDX, a local Black-led organization that is dedicated to helping Black homeowners to age in place, generate wealth, and deflect the gentrification process. Founded by Portland…

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Special Election August 11th!

Did you receive a ballot in the mail last week? If you live in the City of Portland you should have! Portland is holding a special election on August 11th to fill the seat of City Commissioner Nick Fish, who passed away in January. During the May primary 15 people ran for…

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