SW Portland

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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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…

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Market Snapshot: 97239 – SW Portland

This week we take a closer look at the zip code of 97239 in Southeast Portland which includes the neighborhoods of: Homestead, Hillsdale, South Portland, and parts of the Southwest Hills This area of Southwest Portland is relatively close to downtown, has some large green spaces, and includes the campus of OHSU. Homes…

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Market Snapshot: 97201 – SW Portland

**Every month RMLS releases statistics on the Portland Metro Area as a whole. But not every neighborhood is the same, so we’re running a series on the neighborhoods of Portland to get a better look at different parts of the city! This week we take a closer look at inner SW Portland…

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November Real Estate Market Numbers

While most indicators are down this month compared to October (new listings, pending sales, closed sales, and prices), nearly all are up from this time last year. Every year we expect to see activity (and therefore prices) drop slightly in the fall and winter, so comparing to this time last year is…

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New Food Hall Coming to Downtown

Developer Andres Ochoa of Rogue Development is heading up a project for a new food hall downtown at 827 SW 2nd Ave. The 118-year-old building has been home to a host of different restaurants in the past and will now cater to those living and working downtown. Called “The Portland Food Hall,” the…

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