Real Estate

Portland Neighborhoods by the Numbers 2022

Home sales prices, rent costs, demographics, crime statistics, and commute times for every neighborhood, from the Pearl to Parkrose, Hillsdale to Hazelwood

05/16/2022 Edited by Margaret Seiler and Julia Silverman

Real Estate

Portland Suburbs by the Numbers 2022

Home sales prices, rent costs, demographics, and commute times for Beaverton, Hillsboro, Gresham, Vancouver, and other Portland-area suburbs.

05/16/2022 Edited by Margaret Seiler and Julia Silverman

Real Estate

Rent Crawl: Apartments in North Portland for Under $2,500 Per Month

This list features stylish, North Portland homes with private patios, kitchen islands, and loads of windows.

05/13/2022 By Michelle Harris

Where to Live Now

Neighborhood Guide: Lake Oswego

Change is on the rise in Lake Oswego–one of Oregon's wealthiest communities. Here's what to do and see the next time you visit

05/12/2022 By Julia Silverman

Where to Live Now

Neighborhood Guide: Tigard and Tualatin

With upscale malls, peaceful rivers, and a table tennis proving ground–the twin cities of Tigard-Tualatin have plenty to offer.

05/12/2022 By Julia Silverman

Real Estate

Here's Where Home Prices Are Rising Fastest in the Portland Metro Area

More homes came onto the market in April of 2022 than in the previous month, expanding available inventory in Portland's brutally tight housing scene.

05/12/2022 By Julia Silverman

Real Estate

Property Watch: In Bend, a Modern West Side House Surrounds a Dreamy Courtyard

And don't miss the hidden sauna to easy weary muscles after a day on the mountain

05/09/2022 By Melissa Dalton

Real Estate

Property Watch: A Color-Blocked Classic by William Fletcher

The Portland home of a significant midcentury architect, one of the founders of Northwest Modernism, hits the market for the very first time.

05/02/2022 By Melissa Dalton

Real Estate

Rent Crawl: Apartments in SW Portland for Under $2K Per Month

We scour apartment listings so you don't have to.

04/29/2022 By Shannon Daehnke

Real Estate

Property Watch: A Quiet Stunner at the Top of the Hillsdale Neighborhood

Evergreen views, a private courtyard, pocket doors, and minimalist details in a West Hills home near Council Crest, designed by Portland’s Fieldwork.

04/25/2022 By Melissa Dalton

Real Estate 2022

Selling Portland: How Much Does It Cost to Get into Real Estate?

How long does it take to get your real estate license in Oregon, and how much can you make once you get it? The costs of getting into real estate explained.

04/21/2022 By Cami Hughes

Real Estate

Property Watch: A Hidden Gem In Salem

Clean lines, flat roof, celerstory windows, movable walls, in-house sauna, a carport, and more Frank Lloyd Wright vibes in this 1970 home in Salem, Oregon.

04/18/2022 By Melissa Dalton

Real Estate

Price Point: Waterfront Area Condo vs. Sunny North Portland House 

A cozy North Portland house with room for gardening and a spacious Southwest waterfront area condo—which one do you think is the better deal?

04/14/2022 By Michelle Harris

Real Estate 2022

In Portland, Your Real Estate Agent Might Just Have a Past

Local real estate professionals include a longtime TV news anchor, a former Timbers player, one of the Dandy Warhols, and more.

04/06/2022 By Julia Silverman

Real Estate 2022

There Are 9,000 Real Estate Agents in the Portland Area. Are You Next?

In a perpetually overheating market, local real estate agents give us the scoop on what it takes to keep up the hustle and last in the industry.

04/05/2022 By Melissa Dalton

Real Estate 2022

Property Watch: In Portland Heights, A Renovated Colonial Revival with Glamour to Spare

With 6,588 square feet over three floors and a finished basement, this gloriously renovated Portland home is full of great surprises.

04/04/2022 By Melissa Dalton

Real Estate

Rent Crawl: Four Great Finds Under $3,500

We scour apartment listings so you don’t have to

04/01/2022 By Michelle Harris

Real Estate 2022

Every Neighborhood in Portland in a Nutshell

Your Portland neighborhood guide from Alameda to Woodstock, St. Johns to Sylvan Highlands.

03/30/2022 By Fiona McCann, Conner Reed, Margaret Seiler, and Julia Silverman

Affordable Housing

A New Life for the Century-Old Anna Mann House in Kerns

Once a home for seniors, the property in Northeast Portland’s Kerns neighborhood finds new life with low-income housing.

03/30/2022 By Karly Quadros

Development

The Once-and-Future Thing: Updates on 8 Portland Would-Be Projects

A baseball stadium, a new casino, a public market, a waterslide for commuters, and more things Portlanders are still waiting on.

03/23/2022 By Julia Silverman Illustrations by Hawk Krall