Good news for home sellers! The Regional Multiple Listing Service reports the average home price in December rose 3.9 percent to $290,000 while the inventory of unsold homes was the lowest December level since at least 2009, with enough homes on the market to meet current demand for just 3.6 months. That’s the lowest level for any month in at least three years, according to RMLS figures. Read the full article from the Portland Business Journal
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Uncategorized • January 16, 2013
Portland Home Prices on the Rise!
by Alexis Halmy
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