Last week, the Oregon Senate passed House Bill 2001 which would fundamentally change residential zoning laws in Oregon. In cities of 10,000 or more people, duplexes will be allowed in areas currently zoned for single-family homes. In cities of 20,000 or more people, triplexes and fourplexes will be allowed in areas currently zoned for single-family homes. The bill has bipartisan support and Gov. Kate Brown is expected to sign it. Read More
Your sanctuary in the city awaits with this lovely one-level ranch, surrounded by lush greenery in the nature lovin’ neighborhood of South Tabor. Super curb appeal, with a covered front porch that’s perfect for morning coffee and watching the world go by. Big windows, cozy fireplace, and gorgeous hardwoods to greet you. A brand new kitchen is open, spacious, light & bright, with stainless steel gas appliances and granite countertops. Attached garage with laundry is ideal for storage, shop, or workshop. A private Shangri-la awaits outside with a large, covered deck overlooking a spacious fenced backyard, with additional covered deck sporting a Scandinavian- style hot tub for a little outdoor luxury. All set in a highly bikable area with quick access to cool neighborhood perks, this easy breezy home lives large with lots of comfort and style.
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The Oregon House passed HB 2001, a bill that prevents cities from the exclusive use of single-family housing. According to reporting by OPB, this first-in-the-nation measure passed on a bipartisan 43-16 vote and now moves to the Oregon Senate. HB 2001 follows closely behind Minneapolis which banned single-family housing in December. Read More
The Portland Real Estate market saw some strong numbers last month. After a strong April, we saw that momentum continue into May with new listings and closed sales up over last year by 5.1% and 5.9%, respectively. The Median Home Price also increased by 2.7% over last year to $420,000 — the highest we’ve ever seen in the Portland Metro Area. Read More
Come celebrate Pride with us June 15 and 16 in Downtown Portland at the Tom McCall Waterfront Park.
Think agents will be walking in the Portland Pride Parade, on June 16 at 11 am. The parade route travels through Northwest Portland and along SW Naito Parkway to end at Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Portland, Oregon. Approximately 8,000 LGBTQ+ and allies walk in the parade, and as many as 45,000 spectators line the 1.1-mile route. We are listed as group number 50. Read More