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Just a few news items to wrap up this week in Portland real estate: Portland real estate prices stay level, sales on mod Related posts:Some Good and Bad in Portland’s Housing News In the midst of bailouts, presidential debates, bankShow More Summary
After a bit of a false start a couple weeks ago, the Department of Housing and Urban Development has figured out how to Related posts:The Clock is Ticking for FHA Changes Anyone considering a home purchase or a refinance using FHA...A Busy News Day Before the nation falls into a tryptophan-induced coma, there sure...
I have viewed hundreds of homes this year and it's become very common to show one or two short-sale and bank-owned prope Related posts:Some Good and Bad in Portland’s Housing News In the midst of bailouts, presidential debates, bankShow More Summary
The Mortgage Bankers Association reports that 7.5% of mortgages are at least one month late in Oregon. And the worse may Related posts:Maps Track Markets’ Foreclosure Risk To date, excessive foreclosure activity in the Portland metro...Show More Summary
You just never know what you'll run into during a home inspection. Here's my latest sewer inspection (scope) result. The No related posts.
Traditional seasonal activity has Portland's real estate market on the upswing, however the gains are modest. Closed sa Related posts:Update - May 2008 Market Results for Portland The Portland multiple listing service released theirShow More Summary
Balancing last week's gushing by the NY Times, here's a Wall Street Journal expose, "Youth Magnet Cities Hit Midlife Cri No related posts.
Here's yet another travel article about Portland from the New York Times by Matt Gross, the Frugal Traveler--this time h No related posts.
Steve Duin pens an interesting column today in The Oregonian, titled "There goes the neighborhood bank". Essentially, he No related posts.
With much anecdotal evidence and hearsay to the contrary, the reality for the Portland real estate market is that activi Related posts:A Preview of Portland’s May 2008 Real Estate Results The Portland real estate market bounces backShow More Summary
Not all foreclosure casualties get so lucky. Meet Nyree, a recent addition to the Ares family. A few weeks ago, an assoc No related posts.
Having trouble keeping your home? Get some help. An re:PDX reader sends me a notice for an upcoming FREE event at the No related posts.
Portland's real estate market picked up a little momentum, as evidenced by the March 2009 results for home listings and Related posts:Portland Real Estate Results - July 2008 Final As the peak selling season wanes, the Portland metropolitan...Show More Summary
Poor guy. I get woozy too, every time I hear more details about the causes of our economic swoon. No related posts.
Standard and Poor's Case-Shiller index released this morning shows Portland's home values slipped 14 percent when compar Related posts:Portland Prices Run in the Red January results of the Case-Shiller home price index report reveal...National Housing Numbers vs. Show More Summary
In today's Morning Edition on NPR, Portland is named by as one of the national housing markets whose prices are 'sticky' Related posts:Portland Prices Run in the Red January results of the Case-Shiller home price index report reveal...Some...Show More Summary
Portland Monthly magazine's annual real estate issue is out, offering tips on buying, renting, selling, remodeling, ref Related posts:Portland Monthly Real Estate Issue & Neighborhood Reference It’s May, and I’m a little remiss in mentioning the...
Things are rough for some home sellers right now and the incentives are getting more creative as seen in this New Yorker No related posts.
An annual Portland institution, The Street of Dreams, will take a new tack this year, eschewing its tour of sprawling mi No related posts.
If you're struggling to keep up with mortgage payments or have had events pushing you toward foreclosure, the federal go Related posts:Help on the Horizon for Subprime Borrowers? Today’s post comes from Matt Harris, a dynamic and engaging...