Market Snapshot: 97219 SW Portland

Market Snapshot: 97219 SW Portland

This week we take a closer look at the zip code of 97219 in Southwest Portland. This area covers a large swath of SW which includes the neighborhoods of Multnomah, Markham, Arnold Creek, Collins View, Riverwood, among others. The area is largely residential and includes a number of large green spaces including Tryon Creek. Read More

5 Things We Love About Portland

5 Things We Love About Portland

Love is in the air and today and Think is celebrating why we love Portland. Whether you’re a Portland native, a lover of the “old Portland” or a recent transplant, you came to Portland (or you stayed) for a reason. And hopefully, that reason is that you’ve come to love what this city has to offer. Here are just a few things that we love. Read More

Classic Bungalow with Modern ADU

New Listing: Classic Bungalow with Modern ADU

  • $799,900
  • 2700 sqft
  • 3 Bed, 3 Bath

This is a classic bungalow with a modern, permitted two bedroom ADU in the walkable/bikable paradise of Clinton/Division. Main house with original fir floors, period molding, an amazing remodeled cook’s kitchen and a luxurious upstairs master suite with a knock-out view of downtown & the West Hills. The modern daylight basement ADU has a kitchen with tons of counter and storage space, two-zone radiant heat, fab bathroom with a walk-in shower and a dining room/living room space that opens to the patio. There’s a cleverly designed outside space with a large entertaining deck for the main house and a lovely patio and under-deck dining for the ADU. Mature, low maintenance landscaping complete with irrigation. Live in one and rent the other or buy as an investment property and rent both of these well established Airbnb favorites (great for long term rental as well). View the Listing

Breaking New Ground: Gov. Kate Brown Announces New Housing Plan

Breaking New Ground: Gov. Kate Brown Announces New Housing Plan

“Together, we can make Oregon a place where every child has a safe and stable place to call home.” This week, Gov. Brown released an “aspirational” housing plan called “Breaking New Ground” to help thousands of Oregonians find “stable housing.” During her announcement, she called the plan “ambitious and historic” recognizing the $400 million investment it will require over two years. Read More