Real Estate News


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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Make Your Voice Heard!

Amid the ongoing protests in Portland and around the country, one demand is universal: Police reform. Portland City Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty has long been a vocal advocate for police reform and is taking steps to make it happen. Commissioner Hardesty has proposed a measure that would create an independent commission to…

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Thank you!

THANK YOU! Thanks to your votes, Think was voted Portland’s Best Real Estate Company in the Willamette Week’s Best of Portland Readers’ Poll for the 5th year in a row! Thank you for your support! And a big congratulations to the Bright Space team Laurie Gilmer and Laura Wood for winning Best…

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The Future of Real Estate

With the COVID pandemic stretching on, many people wonder what a “new normal” will look like. For us at Think, we’re committed to the safety of our clients, agents, and the public, and we make every decision with the safety of those around us foremost in our minds. To that end, we’ve…

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

For the 4th month in a row, the number of New Listings fell in June compared to last year. We thought Pending Sales might drop again this month due to the continued lack of new listings. But that didn’t happen; instead Pending Sales were up 18.5% compared to June 2019. This combination…

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