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Welcome to your local Portland, OR homes for sale & real estate resource. Portland, Oregon, the epitome of the Pacific Northwest — with 660,000 residents, close behind Seattle as one of the largest and most populated cities in the state — and the county seat of Multnomah County. For additional information, including sales history and prices, property disclosures, and more for Portland properties for sale, or to schedule a home tour of any property listed below, contact your LOCAL real estate experts today! Read more about Portland real estate.

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Portland Real Estate Market

It's easy to see why we are such a green city, not just because we are in the Pacific Northwest because of our close proximity to bodies of water. The Columbia River separates Southwest Washington from Oregon and the Willamette River runs north and south to the center of town. Toward the southern part of the city is Lake Oswego, connected by Oswego Creek to the river. When moving to Portland, you'll find dozens of waterfront estates, mansions, and luxury homes in Portland's most expensive neighborhoods by Portland's most popular home builders around the lake and Lakewood Bay. There is also a variety of master-planned communities in Portland, for those who really want to take advantage of the amenities in the city.

Portland Homes For Sale In downtown Portland, you'll find high-end condominium buildings overlooking the river with stunning views stretching to Mount Hood, one of our premier winter recreation destinations for vacationers and staycationers alike. Downtown is also easily accessed from many communities, including some underrated neighborhoods.

The Willamette River flows north through downtown and serves as a natural boundary between East and West Portland. The Westside extends to the lap of the West Hills and features a denser, earlier developed community while the flatter, east side extends for roughly 180 blocks meeting the suburb of Gresham. You'll find historical homes on the side of the river, luxury properties, larger estates, and many bungalows and single-family homes while on the west side of the river in places like Beaverton, West Hills, and the Sylvan Highlands neighborhood, you'll find properties more spread out with a higher cost of living, and often properties with extensive views. Highway 26 runs west out of town connecting with Highway 6 to the ocean.

Portland Community Amenities

Portland Homes For Sale and real estateA fun fact about Portland is that the city was actually named after Portland, Maine, and has continued to be settled since its first inhabitants in the 1830s knew the end of the Oregon Trail. Our water access provides convenient transportation of goods, specifically the timber industry during the turn of the century. Today, the city operates with the commission-based government, one of the most unique systems in the country and the only directly elected metro planning organization in the U.S. Portland was the first city to enact a comprehensive plan to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and we've been ranked as one of the greenest cities in the nation. Our mild climates, warm, dry summers, and cool, rainy winters make Portland ideal for vegetation, which is why we've been called the "City of Roses" for over a century.

Portland boasts services and amenities comparable to any metro area in the country with world-famous restaurants, high-end condominiums, and luxury homes, fantastic art museums, cultural centers, zoos, outdoor recreation, scenic parks, and a strong economy. Even better is the fact that a number of Portland's neighborhoods are highly walkable to these amenities, and several Portland suburbs are located near the airport.  The general demographic is quite active and our love for the outdoors is unmatched. The Pacific Ocean and beautiful beaches are less than two hours west and downtown Seattle, Washington is about three hours north. Plus, Portland is known for being extremely welcoming to dogs and other pets.

Portland is known for its fantastic Pacific Northwest cuisine, funky and eclectic hotspots in some of its best neighborhoods, fantastic coffee, microbrews, and sheer variety of things to do. Several of these cafes also welcome people who are working remotely. Between annual festivals, beer gardens, celebrations of coffee, espresso, and our own famous Voodoo Donuts: if you are a foodie, Portland certainly delivers. Portland is also full of kid-friendly activities that are also fun for residents of all ages.

Itching to get outdoors? The Pacific Northwest is renowned for its outdoor recreation, and the Portland area is no exception. There are many great hikes both nearby and within the city itself.

There are nearly 2.4 million people living in the Portland metro area, which includes the city of Vancouver, Southwest Washington, the Lake Oswego community, and surrounding suburbs, communities (including very walkable ones), and neighborhoods, all accessible by Portland driving or public transportation. Many of these neighborhoods can even be enjoyed with low HOA fees.

Portland School Information

Portland schools boast nine public school districts and several private schools. Portland Public Schools is the largest district operating 85 public schools. Lincoln High School, formally Portland High School, was established back in 1869 and is the city's oldest public education institution and one of the two of the oldest high schools west of the Mississippi. Our private schools include the Northwest Academy, Rosemary Anderson High School, the Portland Adventist Academy, and many others.

The metro area is also home to a large number of Roman Catholic-affiliated private schools and multiple higher education and secondary schools such as Portland State University, which has the second-largest enrollment rate of any university in the state after Oregon State University.

Other higher education options include Cascade College, Lewis & Clark Law School, Multnomah University, and many others.

Portland offers a variety of affordable neighborhoods, outlying cities, waterfront estates, condos, townhouses, and brand-new subdivisions at all price points. For an eclectic, whimsical, Pacific Northwest experience, consider Portland, Oregon. Our tech industry, parks and recreational department, sports fanatics, museums, performing arts and culture, all make Portland a very well-rounded outdoor enthusiast's dream.

And yes, if you have seen any episodes of Portlandia, that's pretty much us. If you think you might fit into the Portland scene, start browsing all available listings for sale via my website or simply contact my office for a customized list of homes that meet your search criteria and price. With so many subdivisions, enclaves, neighborhoods, and communities, it might be hard to narrow down the best location for you and your family. As a Portland native, I know the area like the back of my hand and would love to help you find the perfect home for your needs and your budget.

Portland OR Real Estate Agents

Considering the purchase of a home in Portland? Allow our Portland, Oregon real estate experts to help you navigate the purchase of or expertly negotiate the sale of your Portland residence. As local Portland real estate agents, we have up-to-date information on the Portland, Oregon real estate market's unique dynamics.

Contact Matin Real Estate to learn more about representation for buyers and sellers. Thinking of selling your home in today's Portland, OR real estate market? Head to our market analysis page to receive a home value estimate instantly!

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