Oregon’s spring, 2018 weather is warming up buyer activity on Portland homes for sale, with homes selling in an average of 55 days compared to 58 days for the same period in 2017. Property values are still going up, albeit
It is worth noting that even despite increases in available homes for sale the market is still very strongly a seller’s market in that although inventory has risen significantly it has not increased enough to outweigh the very robust activity from well-qualified buyers.
Home values in Oregon City and Milwaukie seem to have plateaued in recent weeks with, buyer activity slowly tapering off as we move from the busy summer real estate season into the cooling off period typical of autumn. For these
Home owners, those looking to buy and especially home owners with negative equity have all been anxiously watching home values both nationally and in the Portland Metro Area. The latest figures from the Standard and Poors (S&P) Case Shiller Report
Portland Real Estate Market Trends Median asking price for MLS Listings has dropped to $274,900 corresponding with the noticeable drop in activity from well-qualified buyers. Often, the start of the school year tends to go hand in hand with home
Real Estate Investing One of the many questions regarding real estate investing right now is what effect falling prices in suburbs will have on more centrally located properties. With unprecedented savings possible in outlying areas such as Oregon City, Milwaukie,
The Metro Area Housing Market appears to be in a state of flux; with outlying areas still seeing price declines while more centrally located neighborhoods are seeing less declines, or even flat or increasing price trends. The question on many
Home Values Beaverton, Oregon Median asking price for homes for sale in Beaverton, Oregon for this week is $255,000. Home Values in this area may be settling a little in that asking price has remained constant while price per square
For this 4th week in August the median asking price for Portland Real Estate Listings was $289,900. And, while median asking price has been rising the average price per square foot has remained steady at $146. This means that median
National Housing Update July marked a slowing of construction of new homes; dropping from already low levels. The Commerce Dept. stated on Tuesday that housing starts were down by 1.5% to an annual volume of only 604,000 units (seasonally adjusted).