Displayed below are homes for sale in Portland, OR, which is located in Multnomah County. These Portland real estate listings are updated daily from the RMLS.
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Portland is known as the greenest and cleanest big city in the United States. Those are two excellent attributes. They are also big reasons why people consider Portland real estate. Who wouldn’t want to live in a city that has trees, rivers and mountain views? This is a place where pollution is almost a foreign word and the quality of life is unparalleled. You might think the lack of pollution means a weaker economy, but that’s not the case at all. Thanks to low energy costs, easy access to natural resources and superb trading routes, Portland’s economy stands strong through the toughest times. That being the case, even those who don’t care about living green buy Portland OR real estate because of the strong economy.
Portland has a population just over 584,000 people, which is moderate for a big city. The weather is perfect because the summers are dry and warm while the winters are mild. Some people from the east coast think that Portland weather must be just like Seattle weather, but that’s not true. Portland is dryer and warmer. This climate allows for perfect rose-growing conditions. Yes, Portland is known as the rose capitol of the world. It has home to many rose gardens, including the International Rose Test Gardens. That is easily one of the biggest attractions, but there are so many more.
Portland offers a lot to do, even if you have lived here for a decade. After you search for Portland homes for sale, it’s recommended that you look up local activities and attractions. You will find the Oregon Museum of Science & Technology, Oregon Zoo, Arlene Schitzer Concert Hall, Portland Art Museum, Portland Children’s Museum, Oregon History Museum and more. Tom McCall Waterfront Park is a nice place to relax and Forest Park has over 5,000 acres of wilderness while still being within city limits. Other options in regards to activities and attractions include the Portland Trailblazers, Mt. Saint Helen, Mt. Tabor, Mt. Hood as well as dozens of microbreweries.
By this point you’re probably interested in knowing more about Portland OR homes for sale. You can pretty much buy a home at any price. If you’re looking at Portland OR houses for sale and you want to stay as low as $50,000, this is a possibility. Other low cost options to consider are Portland short sales and Portland foreclosures. If you go this route, you can still find 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and over 1,000 square feet. As far as features go, it’s possible to find the following features and much more: granite tile countertops and floors, vinyl windows, a back deck with enough room for a bench and grill, and a large backyard.
If you’re capable of spending between $300,000 and $400,000, then you should expect to find 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 2,500 to 3,000 square feet of space. In this price range, the following features should be easy to find: hardwood floors, mahogany woodwork, marble counters, French doors, a modern basement and a two-car garage.
If you spend over $1 million, you will find yourself with a luxury mansion rivaling that of any major city in the country.
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