Residential real estate listings for Portland, Oregon. Be sure to check our Communities page for specific areas you may wish to consider within the Willamette Valley and surrounding regions. Properties are updated in real-time via MLS listings and this site is owned and operated by local Realtors who believe in offering the best possible service to our clients. Defining hip “Portlandia culture”, one of the most popular areas within the Rose City is Inner SE Portland near Belmont and Hawthorne. Wherever suits your unique northwest style, we hope you enjoy our free home search and find what you’re looking for.
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The Lockwood Report: Daily Portland Housing Market Update for Jan 18th, 2021As of Monday, Jan 18th, 2021, in Portland there are a total of 1,121 active residential homes for sale, 1,265 pending listings and 800 properties sold in the most recent 30 day period. The average list price for all active residential listings in Portland is $615,928, while the average asking price for properties new on market in the last 30 days is $564,282. Residential homes for sale in Portland sold at an average price of $543,011 while newly listed properties came in higher on average, at $564,282.
New listings in Portland are outpacing sold properties. For the most recent 30 day period, 800 properties sold and 815 came on the market. In summary, new listings outpaced sales by 15. As a point of reference, in the month prior, there were 1,217 sold Portland residential listings while 809 homes for sale became available on the market. Keep an eye on the number of pending listings (currently 1,265) because an increase in pending sales may offset an increase in new listing inventory.
*A zero result on the above Portland graph means that no properties sold in the respective price range during the month indicated.