If you’re in the market to buy or sell a home, you’ve come to the right spot. Whatever your real estate needs, we can help you reach your goals with confidence. While visiting our website, you can access the most current real estate data and search for homes throughout the Portland Metropolitan Area. Then, when the time is right for you, feel free to contact us so that we can put the power of our team to work for you.
Approximately 90% of buyers search for homes online. The visual image your home presents online can mean the difference between a swipe and a showing. Your home simply must look its best before it hits the market. According to recent statistics, a staged home sells 87% faster than an unstaged home and, on average, a staged home will sell for 17% more than a comparable unstaged home.
Southeast Portland is rich with history and personality. You'll find several separate thriving commercial districts, where housing meshes with retail activity. Each district has its own vibe and you'll have fun exploring each of them.
Carved out along the northeast edge of our beloved Willamette River, North Portland offers it's own spectacular vistas of the river, downtown and the west hills of Portland. It's home to charming neighborhoods as well as the University of Portland.
Often referred to as the "Alphabet District" - this historic moniker refers to the alphabetical naming of the area’s east-west streets. Northwest Portland is packed full of retail and residential spaces outlined by lovely walkable streets. Head west just up the hill to Forest Park, one of the largest urban natural areas in the country.
If you want access to all that the city has to offer but are looking to live outside the city, some of the outer neighborhoods and towns may be a great fit. Places like Hillsdale, and Lake Oswego to Bethany, Cedar Mills, Beaverton and Hillsboro often offering larger lots, more space and great schools.
We love Northeast Portland for it's urban living, historic homes, tree-lined streets, city parks, and several vibrant shopping areas with independent boutiques. Northeast Portland offers some of the best farmers' markets in the city as well!
Southwest Portland attracts people for its established neighborhoods, densely forested areas and hiking trails, amazing views of the mountains, downtown and the river with easy access to the Nike campus, Intel and OHSU. Southwest Portland is home to a bustling downtown condo scene, the International Rose Test Garden, Japanese Gardens, Hoyt Arboretum, Children’s Museum, and the Oregon Zoo.
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