Tag Archive: Oregon Real Estate
It’s no secret that the real estate market tends to slow during the winter. The holidays are busy, families are traveling, and poor weather makes viewing homes an unpleasant experience. However, a slow market is not always a bad thing. Just this month we have seen many of our own listings go pending that had… Read More ›
Generally it is thought that Spring is the best time to buy, as the market is flooded with new listings. However, the following article reveals that Fall is the sweet spot for high inventory and low prices, which is exactly what first time home buyers need! Check out the article here.
Home prices in Oregon are still climbing, although not quite at the rate they have been. The following article from Oregon Business Magazine gives a great description of the current market and how things look going forward. You can see the full article here. Housing prices continue to rise, but slowly According to the Federal… Read More ›
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 ›
Has researching the value of your home left you scratching your head? In The Laue Team’s most recent Wilsonville Spokesman article, Principal Broker Rick Brainard shares the risks of relying on online sources like Zillow’s “Zestimate” to calculate the true value of your home: With its introduction in 2006, Zillow changed the way the public… Read More ›
Fall is a good time to take care of big home repair projects before shorter days (and in many areas, ice and snow) make outdoor work too difficult. And if you do live in an area with cold winters, take some time this fall to boost energy efficiency throughout your home, and prevent damage from… Read More ›