East Portland Suburbs
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Daily East Portland Suburbs Housing Market Update for May 6th, 2021As of Thursday, May 6th, 2021, in East Portland Suburbs there are a total of 231 active residential homes for sale, 877 pending listings and 421 properties sold in the most recent 30 day period. The average list price for all active residential listings in East Portland Suburbs is $572,234, while the average asking price for properties new on market in the last 30 days is $564,209. Residential homes for sale in East Portland Suburbs sold at an average price of $522,666 while newly listed properties came in higher on average, at $564,209.
New listings in East Portland Suburbs are outpacing sold properties. For the most recent 30 day period, 421 properties sold and 537 came on the market. In summary, new listings outpaced sales by 116. As a point of reference, in the month prior, there were 325 sold East Portland Suburbs residential listings while 456 homes for sale became available on the market. Keep an eye on the number of pending listings (currently 877) because an increase in pending sales may offset an increase in new listing inventory.
*A zero result on the above East Portland Suburbs graph means that no properties sold in the respective price range during the month indicated.
East Portland Suburbs: Homes For Sale
East Portland’s suburbs offer residents features like bigger yards and closer proximity to Mt Hood and its many outdoor scenic recreation opportunities while still having a manageable commute into Portland proper. With skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing in the winter and hiking, camping, river rafting and mountain biking in the summer, and seasonal fishing opportunities throughout the year, there’s always something fun to do outside on and around Mount Hood.
Areas like Troutdale, Fairview and Gresham are up and coming in the Portland metro area; with home buyers liking that their money goes further and the homes are more likely to have bigger yards when compared to higher priced homes for sale closer in to the city center. For those who like newer homes many of which have excellent views, Happy Valley is a great area to consider, as is nearby Clackamas. Many of these suburbs have now been connected to Portland’s city center and PDX International Airport via the MAX electric lightrail mass transit system.
Click on the expanding sections below for area information and links to east side suburban homes for sale sorted by area. Contact us when you’ve found some homes that you’d like to tour in person. Likewise, if you’re having trouble finding what you want that’s also a time when our experienced team of Portland Realtors can help you have a positive home-buying experience.
Use the links above to see available residential housing inventory in Clackamas, Oregon. Search results are updated automatically so you have the latest in free, up-to-the-minute information. Our simple real estate search features allow the general public to immediately view RMLS listings of homes for sale in the Clackamas 97015 zip code. We believe that offering superior service is the better than any advertising and that’s why we offer our free property search without any hassle or login/signup required. Looking at homes in the area? You might also want to check out Happy Valley Oregon real estate listings as well.
Clackamas is an unincorporated community within the Oregon County of the same name and is part of the greater Portland metropolitan area. The Town Center Mall is connected to Portland International Airport and the rest of the metro area via TriMet’s MAX Light Rail system’s “Green Line”. Residents of this area appreciate the balance between easy commutes into PDX while also maintaining a suburban feel that’s in close proximity to rural areas of the surrounding countryside. An easy drive up OR hwy 212 connects with OR hwy 26 and Mt Hood and its ample summer and winter recreation opportunities while I205 provides beltway interstate access to Portland via I84 and Wilsonville and Tualatin via I5. If you like what you see from our website make the next step and give us a call to book your tour today.
Browse the links above to shop and compare Corbett, Oregon residential homes currently available for sale. Unlike national chain-websites, we are local Realtors here to help people just like you find the perfect place to call home. As home town agents with Oregon Realty Company, we care about giving our clients the best possible service. We offer all of our search features free and don’t require any sign-ups or log-ins to view available RMLS listings online. Like what you see here? You may also like to see real estate listings in Troutdale as well.
Overlooking the Columbia and Sandy Rivers, Corbett offers homes on acreage and also scenic vistas of the Columbia River Gorge, the Sandy River in addition to rugged views of the Cascade Mountains and Willamette Valley. Horse lovers who need acreage for their critters but also commute to work in town will immediately appreciate that I84 is easily accessible from this region making the drive to/from work simple and straight-forward. Nearby Crown Point and Multnomah Falls provide excellent sightseeing and hiking opportunities that will be right in your own back yard. Whether a scenic drive in the country, a hike up Larch Mountain or an exhilarating bicycle ride suit your mood, all can be found right here. Time to make your move? Give us a call to book your tour of available listings.
Above you’ll find links to current RMLS listings of homes for sale in Gladstone, OR neatly arranged in the convenient tile format. Properties are automatically placed in descending order by price for easy reference. If what you’re looking for is outside the default settings feel free to use our custom search features so you find exactly what you’re looking for. As always, we don’t require any log-in to view real estate listings because we’re local Realtors who believe in offering the best service to our clients. Others searching Gladstone also considered Oregon City RMLS listings located just across the Clackamas River to the south.
Located on the north side of the Clackamas River and the east side of the Willamette, Gladstone is a conveniently located suburb of Portland. Although Oregon City was established much earlier, Gladstone didn’t incorporate as a city unto itself until much later in the year 1911. That being said, the area had been settled on and off since the time of the first pioneers. Today, Gladstone still carries a few hints of this history with it by way of Cross Park which is named for an early settler along with a number of classic homes and quaint old buildings and shops replete with the timeless character of yesteryear. If all of this sounds appealing to you, pick up the phone and let us know which of these fine homes offered for sale in Gladstone you’d like to see first and book your tour today.
Welcome to our continually updating rmls listings page. Check the appropriate link above to take advantage of our free searches of current Gresham real estate listings organized by price. Available properties are automatically updated because we want our clients to be well-informed and ahead of the competition. In contrast to some national chain sites you may have visited, we are real people and local agents here to help you accomplish your real estate goals. Some folks interested in homes for sale in the Gresham area who also desire a bit more elbow room also consider Boring, Oregon homes on acreage as well. Let us know what interests you and we’ll make it happen.
At the eastern edge of the Portland metropolitan area, Gresham is currently the fourth largest city in the state with over 100,000 residents. Named for a famous civil war general, the city of Gresham offers residents a convenient bedroom community for Portland while also staying toward the edge of the Urban Growth Boundary. With this in mind, living in Gresham makes it easy to get to work in town but also escape up hwy 26 east to scenic Mt Hood’s skiing, hiking, fishing and camping recreation. The nearby Sandy River offers the perfect way to cool off on a hot summer day floating down it’s exciting whitewater in a raft. At other times of the year, the Sandy offers renowned Steelhead fishing, offering skilled and novice anglers alike a continual thrill and challenge. Browse current real estate inventory and let us know which homes are your top picks and we’ll arrange for in-person showings until you’ve found the perfect place for you and your family to live.
Let us know your opinion of our free mls listings search for Happy Valley, Oregon. Click the appropriate price range link and you’ll be directed to available properties for sale arranged by price in descending order and as always, if the default settings don’t lead you to exactly what you’ve been looking for you’re free to use our advanced real estate search features as well. Conveniently located near I205 for a simple commute, some buyers have also compared Happy Valley to similar properties available in West Linn, located just across the Willamette River.
The area now known as Happy Valley was first settled by the Deardorff family in the year 1851. Interestingly enough, the area’s scenic Deardorff Road has one of the few remaining covered bridges in the region. The area was known as Christilla Valley as a homage to it’s first settlers Christian & Matilda Deardorrf. It wasn’t until 1965 that the residents incorporated as Happy Valley and much later in the 1990’s that the area experienced its growth surge as new neighborhood developments led to Happy Valley being one of the fastest growing towns in the state. Expansive, modern homes are set to a backdrop of pleasant fir trees and the hilly terrain of the area lends itself well to prized territorial views of the surrounding, scenic countryside. Call us when you’re ready to start seeing some of these excellent properties in living color.
Offering beautiful housing and exciting recreational activities, Happy Valley is a quiet town nesting on and around the top of Mount Scott. Area homes feature spectacular views of Portland, Mount Hood and surrounding scenery. The community has recently experienced a boom in business, and many local shops and convenient national chains are minutes away from home. A variety of housing options give buyers on a budget a variety of options. Luxury homes dot the slopes of Mt Scott, providing breathtaking views of both the urban Portland landscape and the snowy slopes of Mt Hood.
Living In Happy ValleyClackamas county has endless fun outdoor activities and amazing views. Whether recreation for you means a professionally guided rafting trip down the Clackamas River, or an invigorating hike through the beautiful mountain forests, Happy Valley places you near the action. Several scenic Oregon highways are a short drive away, and the area is teeming with local wildlife and natural splendor. Happy Valley offers weekend getaways and picnic lunches without the hassle of planning or long drives. Oregon has many wonderful recreational opportunities, and you will find these in your backyard when you own your own home here. Call us to take the next step.
Happy Valley is a city in Clackamas County, Oregon, United States. The city was officially incorporated in 1965. It remained a small community until the late 1990s, when Happy Valley became one of the fastest-growing cities in Oregon. The area was originally called Christilla Valley, named after the first residents, Christian and Matilda Deardorff. Residents appreciate that this area is close to everything: Clackamas Town Center for endless shopping, the Clackamas River for fishing or boating and anything else you enjoy. Kaiser Permanente Sunnyside Medical Center services Happy Valley, offering healthcare and medical resources as well as career opportunities. An appointment with your doctor does not have to be a hassle when the office is mere minutes away.
The links above will direct you to MLS listings of homes for sale in Milwaukie and Oak Grove, Oregon sorted by price range. Found what you’re looking for? Call us today to share your opinion about our free real estate search tools for residential properties available for sale in this Portland suburb and throughout the metropolitan area. Looking for other high-value single-family residences that are relatively close-in on the east side? You owe it to yourself to also have a look at the real estate listings in Foster-Powell to the north of Milwaukie.
Milwaukie and the Oak Grove area make for a very conveniently located suburb to the southeast of the city of Portland proper. Scenic Oatfield road features classic homes and farm houses in the pleasant shade of very old oak trees which makes the name Oak Grove seem more than fitting. The area’s busy thoroughfare, McLoughlin Boulevard provides a very direct means for commuting into inner SE Portland via car while the Sellwood Bridge makes for a convenient spot to cross over to West Portland in order to access downtown to the north or Lake Oswego to the south. Milwaukie scores well in terms of affordability making it popular because of the increased purchasing power made possible by reasonable home values.
Oregon City, OR
Navigate to single-family homes in our tiled property listings using the links above. All RMLS listings are arranged in descending order by price to help make your search both easy and fun. For the convenience of our clients, we’ve made our search features free and we also don’t require users to log in. Don’t forget to check out homes available in West Linn just across the Willamette River.
With a rich lineage and cultural significance dating back to 1829 and the Hudson Bay Company; Oregon City is the Oldest American city west of the Rocky Mountains. Currently the Seat of Clackamas County, the town was also the one-time capital of the Oregon Country. Historic Queen Anne Victorian Homes mingle with mature trees to give the area an aesthetic and historically rooted feel. The confluence of the Willamette and Clackamas Rivers lie just to the northwest of the city while West Linn lies immediately to the west across the Willamette and Gladstone lies immediately north across the Clackamas River.
Some homes in the area are registered as National Historic Places but are still occupied as private residences. This unique opportunity to live in a beautiful as well as historically significant home is part of what makes this suburb of Portland so amazing. If antiques and classic homes aren’t your style don’t worry, there’s plenty of more modern living options in this town of over 30,000 residents. Let us know what type of home you’re in search of and we’ll make it happen.
Oregon City is the oldest city in the State and was also the first town to incorporate west of the Rocky Mountains. With Beautiful historic homes as well as modern subdivisions and a bustling shopping district this town is a great place to call home. Buyers find that their purchasing power goes much farther in this area when compared to other suburbs of the Portland Metro Area. Increased affordability across the housing sector and low interest rates make it a great time to invest in property and buy a home today.
Rich in history, Oregon City was the first city west of The Rocky Mountains to incorporate. Today it serves as the County Headquarters of Clackamas County. Sensibly enough, the city was founded in the year 1829 by John McLoughlin of the Hudson Bay Company at the confluence of the Clackamas and Willamette Rivers. The site was chosen in order to use Willamette Falls to power a lumber mill. It was also the destination of early pioneers who traveled via the Oregon Trail in the 1840’s-50’s. Those pioneers seeking to claim land had to file in Oregon City; which served as the Territory’s Capital from 1848 to 1851. The local newspaper (The Oregon Spectator) was first published in 1846 and became the first newspaper west of the Rockies. Today the area hangs on to some of its past with historic buildings and homes.
Points Of Interest
Historical Buildings and Homes in the area include The Ermatinger House (dating back to 1845), The McLoughlin House (Founder John McLoughlin’s Personal Residence) and also the Stevens Crawford Museum (a 1908 home featuring 15 rooms and many of its original fittings).
Buying A Home
We are a seasoned team of Real Estate Agents serving the Portland Metro Area and we have the experience to assist you with the entire process toward acquiring the home of your dreams. Now is an excellent time to buy a your own place to live. Home buyers are finding that properties are increasingly affordable and very reasonably priced. Our Clientele appreciate our hard work and superior service and see the difference that savvy agents make. Our clients also appreciate the free use of our Exclusive Portland Real Estate Website. Getting your new home at a price you’re happy with is a vital step toward your future so ensure you work with a team that makes you priority number one. Additionally, today’s smart home-shoppers are also finding out how much they can save with extremely low interest rates and why that makes a purchaser’s money go much further. Be sure to check out the latest home mortgages from FHA (Federal Housing Administration) and Fannie Mae. When you are ready to take the next step in your future and purchase your corner of Clackamas County land be sure to call us directly.
Listing & Selling
As experienced Portland Metro Real Estate Agents we have the knowledge and experience to represent you in Listing & Selling your Oregon City property. We feature Listings and Homes For Sale on our Website and also advertise on 15 other area websites to ensure that our clients’ properties get the market exposure they need to sell right. Our team is made up of Real Estate Brokers (Licensed in the State of OR) within Oregon Realty Company. We are full-time agents who work hard for our clients all over the Portland Metro Area. Call us when you need a team of experienced Professionals to list and sell your property.
As Realtors serving the Portland Metro Area and Clackamas County we understand that clients deserve personal attention and superior service. We also realize that online business, communication and advertising have become increasingly relevant in today’s society. Our Website clients make bold moves into the new century by timely information sellers and buyers as well as industry insiders. We hope you put our site to good use and when the time is right be sure to call us to speak with knowledgeable, friendly professionals who can help you accomplish your Clackamas County and Oregon City Goals.
We hope you enjoy our free, complimentary property search for homes for sale in Troutdale, OR. As local agents, we offer this valuable service as a way of saying thanks to our community. Have questions? Give us a call and don’t forget about our advanced search features if you want to look a bit further than the default settings. If you’re serious about owning a home in east county, you may also consider listings in Gresham as well.
Troutdale, OR has been called the Gateway to the Columbia River Gorge. It is also the start of both the Historic Columbia River Highway and the Mt Hood Scenic Byway. Needless to say, the area is replete with spectacular vistas and rugged Oregon scenery. First incorporated in 1907, Troutdale was named after John Harlow’s historic home that he dubbed “Troutdale” because of a nearby pond that he apparently kept stocked full of trout. For those who are curious, Harlow was a successful sea captain and businessman in the area and one can still visit the historic “Harlow House” to this day. Currently, this Portland suburb has a population of almost 16,000.
Easy access to I84 makes the area a convenient bedroom community for those who work in the city and the town even has its own small airport. A “historic downtown” section features local shops, restaurants and art galleries perfect for pedestrians to stroll and window-shop on a pleasant afternoon. IF you’d like to make Troutdale your home give us a call to book your tour today.
Wood Village is primarily a bedroom community to the north of Gresham and just west of Troutdale. Easy freeway access and clean, quiet neighborhoods typify the area. Don’t let the name fool you though, with its modest population of 3,800 residents, Wood Village is still incorporated as a city. Reasonably priced homes offer a variety of comfortable floorplans and layouts to suit different tastes and aesthetic preferences. If Wood Village is appealing to you and your family’s needs don’t forget about real estate listings in Gresham, Oregon just south of Wood Village.
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