Yesterday I was asked by a client for the price appreciation in different areas of our Portland metro real estate market.  While I post that information here and in my Jung’s Journal (real estate newsletter), I thought I would update this blog with the latest stats available.  Again, year-end and December stats will not be published by RMLS™ until mid-January.

PRICE APPRECIATION PORTLAND METRO AREAS

As of our November RMLS™ stats, here is each area of our Portland real estate market with the year-to-date price appreciation rates:

  • North Portland – 5.8%
  • Northeast Portland – 8.3%
  • Southeast Portland – 8.3%
  • Gresham/Troutdale – 11.1%
  • Milwaukie/Clackamas – 9%
  • Oregon City/Canby – 7.7%
  • Lake Oswego/West Linn – 9.4%
  • West Portland – 4.3%
  • NW Washington County – 8.4%
  • Beaverton/Aloha – 9.6%
  • Tigard/Wilsonville – 6.9%
  • Hillsboro/Forest Grove – 11.4%
  • Mt. Hood – 18.6%
  • Columbia County – 12.7%
  • Yamhill County – 13.1%

Price Appreciation

Your street or your neighborhood may have different appreciation rates. These percentages are based on a lot of mostly general factors and may be different than what is pertinent for your home.

Thinking of Selling Your Lake Oswego Home?

Prices are increasing at a fast pace in Lake Oswego. Interest rates are still low and there is a huge pool of buyer demand. I have ready, willing and able buyers ready to purchase your home. If you want to know the value of your home in today’s real estate market, please call me at 503-804-9685.

Moving to Lake Oswego?

Want to know more about Lake Oswego? I’d love to be your buyer’s agent, please give me a call at 503-804-9685.

I have worked in Lake Oswego as a Real Estate Broker since 1978 and have lived in Lake Oswego since 1988 and know all the neighborhoods! The real estate market is “hot” here in the Portland metro area and Lake Oswego. I am ready to assist you with all your real estate needs! “There is no substitute for experience.”

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