Saving Up for A Down Payment?
One of the biggest hurdles to purchasing a home is coming up with enough money for a down payment. This is no easy task, as the median price for a home in Wilsonville is $490,000. A 5% down payment on a home of that price is $24,500. Not exactly chump change! In order to save… Read More ›
Realistic Expectations
As Rick touched on in our last Spokesman article, the Wilsonville Real Estate Market is shifting. In 2016 sellers could expect their home to receive multiple offers in the first week. In 2017, many homes are taking much longer to find the right buyer. Rick expands below: Recent months have seen a slight shift in… Read More ›
The Importance of Accurate Home Pricing
In Oregon, the housing market is slowing down creating more balance between buyers and sellers. Many homeowners are looking at 2016’s numbers and expecting their home to sell for top dollar in less than week. However, the reality is that in 2017 buyers are taking much more time to find the right home before making… Read More ›
Wilsonville Summer Events!!
It is a busy time of the year for the Laue Team! We always look forward to the numerous opportunities to connect with the community. Here are a few Wilsonville summer events coming up that you won’t want to miss: July 27th, August 3rd, and August 10th – Concert in the Park Bring your lawn… Read More ›
Staging a Home is a Very Important Step
  You might have noticed a familiar face in the local paper recently! The Laue Team is very fortunate to have had an article in the Wilsonville Spokesman. As these articles are released in print we will include them on our blog for anyone who is not subscribed to the Spokesman. Enjoy this recent article… Read More ›
Wilsonville Festival of Arts
In support of the 2017 Wilsonville Festival of Arts held in Town Center Park this coming weekend, we dug into our vaults to bring back one of the first pieces we did in honor of the event. Take a journey with us as we celebrate both the Festival and the artistic culture of our city…. Read More ›
What Do the New Wilsonville School District Boundaries Mean for Your Children?
  The West Linn-Wilsonville School District has added a fourth middle school, which means that your junior-higher might have a decision to make! Meridian Creek Middle School, located east of I-5 in Wilsonville is changing the boundary map. Students in 6th and 7th grade in the new residence area have the option to finish middle school… Read More ›
Villebois Christmas Tree Lighting
What a fun night we had with our Villebois community. The Christmas songs, cookies, hot cocoa and the sounds of community laughter all filled the neighborhood.  Thanks to all the wonderful sponsors who helped to make this event happen; , Crowley’s Landscape, Academy Mortgage, Green Group Real Estate,The Laue Team, and Creekside Bible Church. These events could not be made possible without the fantasic support… Read More ›
Ready, Set, Go!
Are you amongst the millions of homeowners planning on doing some home remodeling this year? You’re in good company! Whether you’re thinking of selling your home or staying put for awhile, remodeling your home has exponential benefits! Home remodeling is on the rise and millions of home owners are jumping on the home improvement band wagon. Click here to… Read More ›
What to Look For When Searching For a Neighborhood
There are many factors that will affect your new home and the neighborhood is definitely something to be considered! While safety and schools are usually the first consideration in a neighborhood there are lots of other things to look for in you future neighborhood. You might be surprised what you’re forgetting to consider. Click here for a… Read More ›
"Old" Reasons to Buy a Home that are Still Valid
If 2015 is the year you’re planning on buying a home there are plenty of reasons that have been around for years that are still relevant and very important to consider when deciding whether being a homeowner is the right move for you. Click here to find out why 2015 is the year to buy!
Basalt Creek Scenarios
Wilsonville & Tualatin have both shared the same uncertain notion of what is to become of the residential – commercial area tying the cities together. Basal Creek plans are emerging and while it will reflect a lot of change the changes will not be as complicated for Wilsonville as they will be for Tualatin. For… Read More ›