oregon berry fest

It’s Berry Season!

This weekend is the 6th Annual Oregon Berry festival! Held at the Ecotrust Event Space in the Pearl, the Berry Festival is made for berry lovers. Go on down to find the feshest berries around plus fresh berry vendors with berry products galore, berry themed food booths, cooking demonstrations, a children’s booth with…

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RMLS-Market-Action-Report

June Housing Numbers

RMLS Market Numbers for June are in! The Portland market has cooled a bit, with inventory increasing slightly and pending sales dropping, but prices continue to rise throughout the metro area. New listings picked up in June – marking the strongest June for new listings since 2008. Pending sales were down almost 5%…

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Best of Portland!

Thanks to YOU, Think was voted the Best Real Estate Company in Portland!   And agent Laura Wood is the runner up for Best Realtor! We are honored to live and work in such a wonderfully vibrant city – thank you for all your support!

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Portland City Hall

City Council Adopts 2035 Comprehensive Plan

With population growth projected at over 40% in the next 20 years, the Portland City Council has unanimously approved the long-awaited 2035 Comprehensive Plan. The plan will take effect in 2018 and attempts to address some of Portland’s most pressing issues of the day – housing and infrastructure. Read More: OregonLive.com: Portland approves major 20-year…

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infill

City to Hold Demolition/Infill Open Houses

The Bureau of Planning and Sustainability’s Residential Infill project and advisory committee are holding a series of open houses to obtain community feedback on proposals designed to address continuing growth across the city. The city is looking at changes to zoning rules, demolitions, types of new housing, and ADU infill. There will be…

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RMLS-Market-Action-Report

May Housing Numbers

May saw some cooling to the hot market in Portland. While higher than April, new listings and pending sales in May stayed essentially the same as last year, with closed sales actually decreasing slightly. Despite this, prices continue to rise with the Median sale price reaching $354,500, 13.3% higher than last year. The local inventory stayed steady as well at 1.4 months. While the metro area saw steady new…

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