Time to Sell Rental Homes in Portland

Why you shouldn’t buy Rentals in Portland. And why it might be time to sell any you own. Most Real Estate investors buy one or two rental properties to hold onto, expecting them to pay for themselves with rental income over time and eventually be a source of net income… Read More…

Weekend Guide to Portland

  A Weekend Guide to Portland   Portland is undoubtedly one of the most unique cities in America and takes the utmost pride in that fact.  So much so, that the word “weird” is actually a term of endearment in Portland and a welcome descriptor for the culture that… Read More…

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Commuting in Portland

The Ultimate Guide to Commuting in Portland   Odds are, if you’re thinking of moving somewhere in America, you’re moving to Oregon. That’s simply a fact. It’s one of the most inbound states in the country, and for good reason. With fast-growing metropoles like Seattle and Portland, Oregon’s economy is… Read More…

Portlands Urban Growth Boundary Explained

Portlands Urban Growth Boundary Explained By Nick Christensen Bylined articles are written by Metro staff and do not necessarily represent the opinions of Metro or the Metro Council.Learn more Originally Published: Jan. 19, 2018 3:20 p.m. The Portland region’s urban growth boundary, or UGB, was created to protect farmland… Read More…

Portland Housing Trends 2018

Economic experts have begun weighing in on the expected Portland housing trends 2018. This article reflects the national trends (Portland has been well ahead of the trend for the past 3 years). The national real estate appreciation for 2017 was 6.2% (Case-Shiller) while Portland Metro was 8.5% (RMLS).Interest rates are… Read More…