Real Estate

Portland Suburbs by the Numbers 2021

A look at housing prices to commute times, from Beaverton to Wilsonville

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Real Estate

Portland Neighborhoods by the Numbers 2021

Nearly every part of town saw an increase in the median sales price last year.

2:17pm Edited by Julia Silverman

Real Estate

Property Watch: A Modest Rummer in Beaverton

Built by the famed midcentury modern builder, this 1,780-square-foot home from the 70s keeps history alive.

07/26/2021 By Melissa Dalton

Real Estate

Property Watch: A Dreamy 5-Bed Craftsman with a Volcano Next Door

Once owned by a former Portland Public Schools superintendent, the Mount Tabor home is on the market for the first time in 50 years.

05/18/2021 By Melissa Dalton

Real Estate

What Happened After the HGTV Cameras Stopped Rolling for These Oregon Homeowners?

Over the years, Portland and environs have starred in our fair share of episodes of House Hunters.

04/24/2021 By Julia Silverman

Real Estate

Five Years in the Making, Argyle Gardens Is a Departure for Affordable Housing in Portland

Is North Portland’s design-forward cohousing building a one-off, or the new face of affordable housing in the city?

03/31/2021 By Julia Silverman

Real Estate

How the "Great Renumbering" Tamed the Chaos of Portland Streets

In the 1930s, the city's new address stem brought sense, order, and jobs.

03/31/2021 By Margaret Seiler

Real Estate

The Pandemic-Era Condo Market Has Finally Picked Up—But at Blast-from-the-Past Prices

In the Pearl, condo prices dropped more than 10 percent, back to their 2014 value.

03/30/2021 By Renata Geraldo

Real Estate

Are Rents in Portland Finally Trending Down?

Signs of the city's declining rent are especially evident in areas like downtown and Northwest.

03/30/2021 By Renata Geraldo

Real Estate

It’s Tough to Buy a House in Portland Right Now

But the city’s suburbs and exurbs are even hotter markets.

03/29/2021 By Anthony Macuk

News

More Oregon Kids Could Soon Be Heading Back to School

Gov. Kate Brown announced new metrics on Friday for school reopening—even as daily case counts hit their highest-ever totals in Oregon.

10/30/2020 By Julia Silverman

Real Estate

You Can Buy a Beloved Portland Bar

Beech Street Parlor sadly closed this month—but its building, and the business, are up for sale.

10/19/2020 By Eden Dawn

The Great Escape

As COVID Wears On, Some City Residents Are Heading for the Hills

"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...

09/16/2020 By Julia Silverman

Real Estate

City Deals a Big Blow to Single Family Zoning in Portland

President Trump has been tweeting about backing off on zoning regulations. Portland is headed in the opposite direction.

08/19/2020 By Julia Silverman

April 2020

Real Estate Guide 2020

2020 may be the year Portland’s pie-in-the-sky residential real estate market is coming—ever so slightly—back to Earth.

04/01/2020

April 2020

Real Estate Guide 2020

2020 may be the year Portland’s pie-in-the-sky residential real estate market is coming—ever so slightly—back to Earth.

04/01/2020

Q&A

Portland Gets Real About Real Estate

The inside scoop about Portland real estate from the people who see it first hand.

04/01/2020 By Julia Silverman

Flash Sale

Have a House to Sell? Your Buyer Might Be a Real Estate Start-Up

Portland is a Pacific Northwest proving ground for firms like Opendoor and Zillow Offers.

04/01/2020 By Julia Silverman

Cooling Market

Once Stratospheric, the Portland Real Estate Market Is Looking More Earthbound This Year

If not a buyer’s market, it’s at least a balanced one.

04/01/2020 By Julia Silverman

Space Invaders

Self-Storage Is Suddenly Everywhere in Portland. Here’s Why.

Blame zoning and population growth, or maybe we just have too much stuff. 

01/21/2020 By Kat Merck