Category Archives: Markert

Portland Metro: Market by the Numbers – April 2019

April’s market data is in and the Portland Area Market is still showing strong sale prices and quick movement on the market. Pending sales ended the month at 3,102 with the number of closed sales finishing out at 2,409. New listings rose to 4,210 Supply is still low compared to the high demand for housing.Continue Reading

Also posted in #portland, concerts, Housing, Inventory, music, Oregon, portland real estate, Real Estate, RMLS, zoo | Comments closed

Portland Metro: Market by the Numbers – March 2019

The Portland metro area market has cooled year over year, but still showed strong gains from this February’s data. With 3,504 new listings, we saw 43.4% increase over February 2019 but 3.9% short of the 3,648 new listings offered last March. Pending sales ended 5.4% below the 2,894 offers accepted last year in March 2018 butContinue Reading

Also posted in #portland, Farmers Markets, Housing, Oregon, portland real estate, Real Estate | Comments closed

Portland Metro: Market by the Numbers – January 2019

The Portland area saw an increase in new listings during January with 3,048 new listings, a 22.6% increase over January 2018 and more than double the new listings in December of 2018. Inventory rose in January to 3.3 months and total time on the market to an average of 76 days. As the weather startsContinue Reading

Also posted in portland real estate, Real Estate | Comments closed

Is Portland Reaching a Rental Peak?

The number of people renting homes is as high as its ever been in Portland, but the improving economy might mean a shift in buying over renting. Over the past decade many people have decided to rent rather than own their home. The reasons are many: The great recession saw a big jump in homeContinue Reading

Also posted in Moving to Portland | Tagged , , , , , , | Comments closed

Buying in September? Great Idea!

We all know this truth: Portland has been HOT this summer. And you know I’m not just talking about the weather. RMLS statistics revealed that July 2015 boasted the most home sales on record for the Portland Metro area. Despite the seller’s market driving multiple offers, low inventory, and some very weary buyers, Portland isn’tContinue Reading

Also posted in #portland, Housing, Moving to Portland, portland real estate, Real Estate, Uncategorized | Comments closed

July Market Action – Inventory

RMLS (Regional Multiple Listing Service) has released the residential review for the Portland Metro area. NAR (National Association of Realtors) also put out numbers, you can read their report here. As expected the pending sales that were generated as part of the tax credit have closed, so the number of sales has dropped significantly (bothContinue Reading

Also posted in #portland, Inventory, July, NAR, Oregon, RMLS | Comments closed

Farmers’ Markets

Farmers’ Market’s I Love them, here are a few in the area you should check out. Hollywood Farmers’ MarketNE Hancock /44th & 45thMay – OctSat: 8am – 1pm Interstate Farmers’ MarketOverlook Pk N Fremont/InterstateMid May – SeptWed: 3pm – 7pm Lents Farmers’ MarketSE 92nd & SE Foster RdMid June – Mid OctSun: 9am – 2pmContinue Reading

Also posted in #portland, Farmers Markets, Oregon | Comments closed