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

Prices in the Portland metro area inched up again last month, with the Median Sale Price ending up at $425,000 in May. This represents an increase of 0.2% from April and brings the Median Price back up to where it was in March, which is the highest Median Sale Price we’ve seen.…

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Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter

We at Think support our Black neighbors in Portland and around the country as they stand up to the oppression and systemic racism that permeate our society. As a white-owned business it is our duty to acknowledge the privileges we have been afforded and to recognize that now is the time for…

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Vote for Think!

Thanks to YOUR nominations, Think is a finalist for Best Real Estate Company in Willamette Week’s Best of Portland Readers’ Poll! Think has won Best Real Estate Company for the last 4 years in a row and we’re excited to once again earn your votes! To vote for Think, click here to go to Willamette Week’s Best of…

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april analysis

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

The market numbers for the Portland Metro area were a bit of a mixed bag last month. April is typically a very busy month for real estate, but the statewide Stay-Home Order led to a marked decrease in activity. Nonetheless, many homes did sell, quickly, and for higher prices than this time…

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