A handful of nice Garthwick home sales occurred in 2015. Here’s a brief recap:
625 SE Manchester Place, Garthwick $785,000
1830 SE Saint Andrews Drive, Garthwick $850,000
621 SE Manchester Place, Garthwick $859,000
1851 SE Exeter Drive, Garthwick $1,040,000
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Few things are as important to Garthwick residents as personal safety. So wouldn’t it be neat if you could type in a local address to determine crime statistics and also find out if a sex offender lives nearby, for free?
Well believe it or not, there is such a website and it’s called PortlandMaps.com.
The information you’ll find at PortlandMaps.com is not limited to Portland, but includes much of the greater Portland Metro area.
Along with local crime information, there’s much more that the website PortlandMaps.com offers. This includes maps (of course), plus transportation information, along with environmental reports and utility projects.
Here’s a list of some information PortlandMaps.com provides within the Portland Metro area:
A very telling article was recently released in a national real estate journal. In just two images, it explains why the vast majority of homesellers work with a Realtor.
The infographic on the left shows the huge percentage of homesellers who hire a Realtor.
The infographic on the right shows why. Homesellers average a 25% higher selling price with a Realtor.
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A unique Garthwick property sold recently, with several interesting facts about the home and the transaction.
First, the sold house on Manchester Place is large, with more than 3,750 square feet of living space. With four bedrooms and three full baths, this is a house that is a considerably bigger than it appears from the street.
With a little less than half an acre, the lot size is roomy, too.
The property was on the market this year for the first time in a third of a century. Garthwick homes have a reputation for happy owners and a below-average turnover rate.
The initial list price for the home was $925,000, later adjusted to $875,000. The final purchase price was just over $805,000.
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Fun upcoming events and surprising local housing facts are found in the latest free edition of the Oregon Real Estate Update. We’re glad to say that the news is especially good for Portland real estate. Here’s why:
The average Portland area home price is now $309,200, up 14.1% from last year.
Home Inventory Our housing backlog in the Rose City now stands at 3.1. This means at the current rate of real estate sales, we would ‘run out’ of home inventory in 3.1 months. Because this figure is considerably lower than the more typical 4 to 6 month inventory, this shows home sales are brisker now as we move away from the most recent recession.
Total Market Times Vary
Especially interesting is how long it takes for a Portland house to sell. The average market time in the Portland metro area is now about two months. This is an indication that Portland housing is not overheated, but rolling along comfortably.