Millennials are, officially, the largest living generation, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Naturally, the sie of this sector influences the real estate market on many levels, particularly design as builders, developers and employers try to accommodate needs in order to attract tis generation. From office buildings to shops to housing developments and apartments, everything
According to the latest Zillow Real Estate Market Reports, prices throughout the US rose 5.1% to $187,300 in July. Still a bit below the median peak in 2007, values have risen consistently since August 2012. Leading the way in highest price increases, Portland, Oregon, at 15%, Dallas, Texas, at 11.9% and Denver, Colorado, at 11.3%. Rents too
Investment opportunities in Portland are abundant. Median home prices are rising, rental rates are rising and even income generated from vacation rentals is on the move. Nearly one in six Portland homes listed on Airbnb operate essentially as full-time vacation rentals, an analysis by the data journalism website FiveThirtyEight found, a higher ratio than any
Progress Ridge TownSquare on the Tigard-Beaverton border for $101 million which really speaks to the strength of the economy in the Portland Metro Market. Developed by Gramor, this is one of many town centers in the region that this company has curated. To read the full Portland Business Journal article, click here.
Is it right for you? What are the pros and the cons? This should we weighed heavily when deciding to invest. Investing with a partner in real estate can often have appeal as a business venture. There are many inherent benefits, like mitigation of risk and shared responsibilities. But, as with any business venture, caution should be
Great time to invest in building in Oregon as the number of people coming from other parts of the country continues to rise. For the third year in a row, Oregon was the top moving destination according to a recent study completed by United Van Lines. This research looked at moves of 123,000 people. Oregon