Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, OR-WA

Portland Prepares to Require Home Energy Scores on Real Estate Listings
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Portland Prepares to Require Home Energy Scores on Real Estate Listings

Climate advocates are in support, but realtors oppose the “needless complication... More

Revolutionary Idea: A Portland Tiny House on a Turntable
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Revolutionary Idea: A Portland Tiny House on a Turntable

If you've ever taken a slow spin in Seattle's Space Needle, you'll understand the... More

Project Will Bring 150+ Affordable Units to S.E. Portland
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Project Will Bring 150+ Affordable Units to S.E. Portland

PHC Northwest and Home First Development project set to open in Fall 2017. More

The Short-Term Rental Boom and its Effects on Property Values
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The Short-Term Rental Boom and its Effects on Property Values

A “rentable” home can sell for more – if the community is open to guests. More

North Portland Affordable Townhomes Acquired By Rehabilitator
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North Portland Affordable Townhomes Acquired By Rehabilitator

Community Preservation Partners will give community a $4 million remodel. More

Portland: The Land of Low Inventory
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Portland: The Land of Low Inventory

Critically low inventory and high demand for new homes pushes prices to new highs. More

After Paying Consultant $33,000 to Name a Community, Oregon Community Rejects Recommendation
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After Paying Consultant $33,000 to Name a Community, Oregon Community Rejects Recommendation

At developers' urging, consultant was sought to bring marketing cohesion to 1,400-... More

The Best Cities for Biking in the U.S.
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The Best Cities for Biking in the U.S.

The most bike-friendly cities across the country also saw double-digit home value... More

Metros with Highest Monthly Mortgage Spending
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Metros with Highest Monthly Mortgage Spending

Zillow data shows American homeowners spend about 15.3% of their income on mortgages. More

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Top 10 Markets for Absentee Owners Top 10 Markets for Absentee Owners

Buying a new home as an investment or a second source of income is growing in these ten housing markets where the lights might be on, but the owner isn’t home. More

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