Portland Suburb Real Estate Market Reports

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Canby, Oregon Real Estate Market Update and 2023 Forecast

November 11, 2022

Canby, Oregon is a city in Clackamas County, south of Portland, with a population of about 18,000. It was named after Edward Canby, a Civil War general and platted in 1870. Canby has its own downtown shopping center with a mix of highly rated restaurants, bars, and retail shops. The city has plenty of parks, a cinema, swim center, museum, library, skate park, and more. Little known fact, Canby has its own ferry that transports cars and passengers across the Willamette River to Wilsonville, Oregon. With all of these quaint amenities, it is no wonder Canby, Oregon is a desirable place to live and its real estate market outperforms the city of Portland proper. While Portland’s home prices have started...


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McMinnville, Oregon Real Estate Market Update and 2023 Forecast

October 19, 2022

Each month we provide updates on the real estate market in a particular Portland suburb. This month, we’re focusing on McMinnville. Sitting at the confluence of the North and South forks of the Yamhill River with a population of 34,666, McMinnville, Oregon serves as the county seat for Yamhill County. Brimming with wineries and vineyards, in the heart of the Willamette Valley, this livable little burb is home to Linfield University. Read on to learn more, then take a look at our interactive home search map to see all the homes for sale in McMinnville. Real Estate Prices in McMinnville are Dropping According to Fidelity National Title, the current average sales price in McMinnville is $580K. The Realtor.com graph for...


Sandy, Oregon Real Estate Market Update and 2023 Forecast

September 14, 2022

Every month, in addition to our regular Portland real estate market update, we provide a real estate market update on a local Portland suburb, to give you the full picture of what’s happening in the world of real estate across the metro area. This month, we’re looking at the quiet suburb of Sandy, gateway to Mt. Hood. Less than 30 miles southeast of Portland, Sandy has a population of 12,743 and offers a lot more to both residents and visitors than initially meets the eye. It’s true that this unassuming little burg’s main street is the main thoroughfare that will take you from Portland to Mt. Hood. But there’s plenty to see and do in and around Sandy itself. Take,...


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Sherwood, Oregon Real Estate Market Update

August 10, 2022

We stay on top of all real estate market activity in Portland’s suburbs and report our findings to you in our Portland Suburb Real Estate Market Reports. The suburb of Sherwood, just 16 miles southwest of Portland, offers a unique lifestyle with easy access to city amenities, and we’ve deemed it one of the safest suburbs in the Portland metro area. In this article, we’re reporting on how the real estate market is performing in Sherwood, Oregon. Sherwood, Oregon Decline in Real Estate Inventory According to Fidelity National Title, as with pretty much all of Portland’s other suburbs, inventory in Sherwood is low, holding it in this perpetual seller’s market we’ve seen for the past two years. Sherwood’s Real Estate...


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Happy Valley, Oregon Real Estate Market Update 2022

July 6, 2022

Head SE from Downtown Portland, and in about thirty minutes, you’ll be in Happy Valley. This high-end Portland suburb sits between Mt. Scott and Scouters Mountain in the northwest corner of Clackamas County. Happy Valley’s footprint takes up 8.32 square miles, comprised mostly of land, with .04 square miles of water. After being officially incorporated in 1965, Happy Valley took its time growing. It stayed small until the late 1990s, then became one of Oregon’s fastest growing cities. A look at the U.S. Census shows us how the suburb has changed, even in the past ten years: 13,903 residents in 2010, with 23,733 in 2020, and 25,679 in 2021. To learn more about Happy Valley’s real estate market, keep reading....


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Wilsonville, Oregon Real Estate Market 2022 and Forecast

June 24, 2022

About seventeen miles south of Portland you’ll find Wilsonville, known for its low crime rate, excellent schools, and ample opportunities for outdoor activities, with the Willamette River flowing through its southern portion. The city is easily accessible with I-5 running north to south, dissecting it down the middle, and is situated on the southernmost edge of the Portland metro area, mostly in Clackamas County, with part of its northern area in Washington County. Wilsonville has much to offer those who want to be near the culture of Portland but want the peace and quiet of small-town living, and especially those who value being next to nature. With its prime location right on the Willamette River, canoers, kayakers, and boaters can...


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Oregon City Real Estate Market 2022 Update and Forecast

May 17, 2022

With more people opting to leave city life behind and slip away into suburbia, it’s nice to know places like Oregon City exist. Its palpable historic richness, thriving downtown area, and prime location at the confluence of the Willamette and Clackamas rivers make this charming Portland suburb worth serious consideration. If you’ve been thinking of relocating to a quieter, more calm lifestyle, this lovely city might be for you. One of the first things to consider when thinking about relocating to a new locale is the area’s real estate market. We took a look at the market in Oregon City, and here’s what we found. Oregon City Real Estate Market Report, Spring 2022 For the current month, the most recent...


Troutdale Real Estate Market Update and Forecast, 2022 Report

April 18, 2022

Head twelve miles northeast of Portland and you’ll land in Troutdale. This growing Portland suburb sits at the confluence of the Sandy River (to the east) and the Columbia River (to the north). Interstate-85, which cuts through the town, east to west, becomes Highway 30 and serves as a gateway to the beautiful Columbia Gorge. According to the U.S. Census, Troutdale had approximately 16,300 residents as of the 2020 census. That’s a tiny increase from 15,962 in 2010 (just over 300 more people in 10 years!). There hasn’t been much real estate development in Troutdale in modern history. It is a stable community with a lot of amenities that doesn’t get much press. Read on to learn more about how...


Forest Grove Real Estate Market Update and 2022 Forecast

March 18, 2022

Out past Hillsboro and Cornelius, lies Forest Grove. Less than 30 miles from Portland and with a population of 26,225, this enticing little pocket of Oregon is nestled in the Tualatin Valley, surrounded by wine country and wetlands. As with pretty much all Portland suburbs, Forest Grove is growing. Annually, it has seen a 2.93% growth in population, and since the 2010 census, it has increased by a whopping 30.32%. It’s no wonder, considering the city’s idyllic location at the base of Tillamook State Forest in the foothills of the Coast Range. We’ll take a look at how the real estate market is doing in Forest Grove in a bit. First, here’s what this lovely city is all about. Forest...


West Linn Real Estate Market, 2022 Update and Forecast

February 21, 2022

We’re looking at West Linn, a suburb just twenty miles south of Portland proper, known for its quiet neighborhoods, plenty of parks, and highly rated schools, not to mention Willamette Falls, the largest waterfall in all of the Pacific Northwest! Learn more about West Linn here. West Linn, Oregon Average Real Estate Sales and Listings From the January 2022 RMLS report, we learned the following. Average Sale Price: $1,054,400, +21.9% from January 2021 (Combined Report w/ Lake Oswego) Active Listings: 61 (as of January 31) New Listings: 83 Pending Sales: 78, -35% from January 2021 Closed Sales: 82 West Linn outdid all of Portland and its surrounding suburbs (except for Mt. Hood) in terms of real estate price increases. Here’s...