From BizJournals.com: Homes sales climbed nearly 10 percent in Portland in January to 1,344, according to new data from the Regional Multiple Listing Service, another sign that Oregon's economy continues a steady improvement. January home sales haven't been that high since climbing to 1,594 in January 2007, the year the housing bubble popped. The average sale price climbed 15.5 percent in the last year to $287,700. The median price climbed 19.5 percent to $248,000.
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Uncategorized • March 29, 2013
PDX Home Prices Up 10%!
by Alexis Halmy
Forbes Rates Portland OR Rates as the Best Place for Business and Careers Kurt Badenhausen , Forbes Staff I cover sports business with rare dips into b-schools, local economies Despite a population of 2.4 million, the Portland, Ore., metro area is home to just one big publicly traded company with annual sales over $3 billion: Nike, based in Beaverton. But the limited big corporate presence has not stopped recent […]
Oregon Tops the “Moving Destinations” List The secret is out! Oregon is a great place to live. Oregon topped the 2014 moving destinations list compiled by United Van Lines. South Carolina and North Carolina were second and third (who knew?). Perhaps that is why housing prices are back to their 2008 pre-crash levels? Find out why so many people are falling […]