Buying or selling in the Portland Metropolitan area

The Portland Metro area covers a distance from the Columbia River in the Washington border, West of Forest Park and Cedar Mill, South to Tigard and the border of Milwaukee and Lake Oswego, and East just to the border of Gresham up to Columbia River. This covers a lot of different neighborhoods such as the downtown area, Pearl district, Montavilla, Russell, Powell Hearst and Woodstock, Multnomah, Northwest Heights and University Park. There are several historical and vintage neighborhoods such as Ladds Addition and Irvington as well as downtown condominiums and lofts in the Pearl district, Forest Park or Northwest district, and residential neighborhoods in, Roseway, Montavilla and Brentwood.

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Each of these communities and neighborhoods offer something a little bit different from trendy coffee shops, to Voodoo donuts, to eclectic downtown museums and art galleries, and those around the Lloyd center shopping mall. Easily accessible along I 84 are the neighborhoods of Laurelhurst, Lloyd district, Kearns and Sullivan’s Gulch. Other neighborhoods along Interstate 205 are Sumner, Madison South, Hazelwood and Lents.

In the North Portland area along I5 are the neighborhoods of Arbor Lodge, Overlook, and Piedmont. Just South of Boise I5 splits from 405 which heads into downtown Portland and connects with the Sunset Highway and Goose Hollow in downtown. From here, Beaverton and Cedar Hills are easily accessible although not considered the Portland Metro area.

Once a 405 reconnects with Interstate 5 there are several neighborhoods along I5 such as Hillsdale, South Burlingame, Markham, Multnomah and far Southwest just North of the Beaverton Tigard Highway which marks the southernmost tip of the Portland Metro area.

Beautiful homes along the river include the Sellwood and Moreland neighborhood, Brooklyn, Corbett Terwilliger and Liar Hill, Collins View, and Eliot, in downtown.

Knowing these neighborhoods in knowing the price ranges, the style and genre of homes, and what the market is currently doing all takes the knowledge and skill of a dedicated Portland Metro real estate agent. Because I know this area, frequently buy and sell in most of these neighborhoods if not all, and our experienced in efficient real estate transactions I can help you purchase or sell your Portland Metro home quickly and efficiently for as much money in your pocket at closing as possible. Call me today and let’s discuss or fill free to click on any one of these neighborhoods either in this post or on the sidebar of my website to learn more about the individual neighborhood and see all the current listings therein.