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My colleague, Shea Steel, told me that one of her listings at the 1310 condominiums just went under contract. That means that there is only one condo available for purchase. It’s a great building and a sweet price. Check out my earlier posting about these properties here: <
The Oregonian printed an AP article in Wednesday’s (6/24) paper that the western US posted a 9% increase in the number of home sales from May of 2008 to 2009.
I toured the Sacramento Lofts a while back and they’ve been on my mind ever since. Located on NE Sacramento Street between MLK and NE 7th Avenue, these lofts have a convenient location without being in the middle of the Lloyd Area’s hubbub.
The Oregonian reported on June 17th that
There are some killer deals to be had on condos right now. Let me know what sort of property you’re in the market for, and I bet I can find something that’ll knock your socks off!
The RMLS* released May’s market statistics, and my overall impression is that our market is plugging away.
On June 2nd, Bill Dedman reported on MSNBC.com that
I have a couple more notes about the first time home buyer tax credit. I recently discovered that a couple of clients think that they don’t qualify when in fact they might. A couple of the confusing points about the credit were addressed by writer Tom Kelly in the Sunday’s Oregonian article, “New Twist to Tax Credit Offers Cash-Poor Renters an
I reported last Fall ("Portlands Short Sale and Foreclosure Market") that I’ve been doing business in areas that are a bit little further out. There are some really nice properties to be found, and buyers have been getting some screaming deals. I recently wrote about a sweet deal a client
There was a lot of hub-bub about the first time home-buyer tax credit over the past 4 or 5 days. The news was that first-timers (that is, anyone who hasn’t owned real estate in the past 3 years) would be able to access their $8000 tax credit at closing and apply it directly to their down payment. This was in lieu of having to wait until you file your 2009 taxes next year in order to get the credit.