Over the years, Portland and environs have starred in our fair share of episodes of House Hunters.
Is North Portland’s design-forward cohousing building a one-off, or the new face of affordable housing in the city?
In the 1930s, the city's new address stem brought sense, order, and jobs.
In the Pearl, condo prices dropped more than 10 percent, back to their 2014 value.
Signs of the city's declining rent are especially evident in areas like downtown and Northwest.
But the city’s suburbs and exurbs are even hotter markets.
Gov. Kate Brown announced new metrics on Friday for school reopening—even as daily case counts hit their highest-ever totals in Oregon.
Beech Street Parlor sadly closed this month—but its building, and the business, are up for sale.
The Great Escape
"People want to grow their own garden and have chickens—live a little more of the farm-style life and be more self-sustainable, in case something happens wit...
President Trump has been tweeting about backing off on zoning regulations. Portland is headed in the opposite direction.
2020 may be the year Portland’s pie-in-the-sky residential real estate market is coming—ever so slightly—back to Earth.
The inside scoop about Portland real estate from the people who see it first hand.
Portland is a Pacific Northwest proving ground for firms like Opendoor and Zillow Offers.
If not a buyer’s market, it’s at least a balanced one.
Blame zoning and population growth, or maybe we just have too much stuff.
Vacancy rates are low, rents are steady, but change looms in 2020
Hillsboro’s Reed’s Crossing will be a 4,000-home insta-neighborhood.
Your essential home and garden project guide from local experts.
Real Estate 2019
The essential stats on 125 neighborhoods and suburbs—plus an interview with full-time mascot, part-time realtor Timber Joey