Real Estate News


Local Eviction Moratoria

Oregon Last month the Oregon legislature voted to extend the state’s eviction moratorium through the end of June 2021. This means that if tenants cannot pay their rent landlords cannot evict them until at least July. But these tenant protections are not automatic. In order to be protected from eviction tenants must…

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How’s The Market? A Look at November’s Real Estate Numbers

The Portland housing market continued to be very strong in November. Activity was slower compared to October — a common seasonal fluctuation — but much higher compared to last year. When we look at this November compared to November 2019 we see that Closed Sales were up 25.3%, but New Listings were…

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50 Local Portland Gifts Under $50

The holidays are upon us, and now more than ever it’s important to support local businesses! Think broker (and local-business-supporter extraordinaire), Lauren Goché has put together a wonderful list of 50 gifts for under $50 – all from local Portland businesses! Head over to her website to finish up your shopping list…

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How’s The Market? A Look at October’s Real Estate Numbers

This year’s busy fall season continued to be strong through October. New Listings and Pending Sales both increased compared to September and were significantly higher than this time last year. The Median Sale Price also increased significantly compared to last year – up 12.1% to $460,000. The time it takes for homes…

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Property Tax Time

It’s that time of year again…Property Tax Season. The property tax year runs from July 1st to June 30th. Tax statements are then mailed to residents in October. Your first tax payment is due by November 16th; if you pay in full you will receive a discount. All taxes are due in…

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How’s The Market? A Look at September’s Real Estate Numbers

As predicted, September was another busy month in the Portland Real Estate market. Prices rose for the 5th month in a row with the Median Home Price hitting $451,000 – over 11% than last month and 0.4% higher than September of last year. This rise in prices was fueled by a combination…

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