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Best Houses For Sale In Portland podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Houses For Sale In Portland podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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If you are looking to buy or sell a home, get all the information and the latest updates, tips, and tricks from Quinn Stewart Real Estate Group - your professional Portland Real Estate Agents.
 
If you are looking to buy or sell a home, get all the information and the latest updates, tips, and tricks from Green Group Real Estate- your professional Portland Real Estate Agents.
 
If you are looking to buy or sell a home, get all the information and the latest updates, tips, and tricks from Colemere Realty and Associates - your professional Wasatch Front Real Estate Agents.
 
If you are looking to buy or sell a home, get all the information and the latest updates, tips, and tricks from Hatch Homes Group - your professional Portland Real Estate Agents.
 
If you are looking to buy or sell a home, get all the information and the latest updates, tips, and tricks from Steve Schwab- your professional Portland Real Estate Agent.
 
If you are looking to buy or sell a home, get all the information and the latest updates, tips, and tricks from JOE AND STEPHANIE REITZUG - your professional Metro Portland Real Estate Agents.
 
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You may have heard about instant offer programs from companies like Zillow and Opendoor. There’s a lot of confusing information circulating about instant offers, and today I’d like to give you a quick look at what this home selling option is all about.Basically, instant offer companies give homeowners a cash offer on their property. One perk is tha…
 
How can you save money while also making your home more energy-efficient? Many people don’t realize they’re likely wasting hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars over the years by not assessing their home for a small list of things. In Multnomah County, they passed a policy that states when you list a house for sale, you now have to show the energy…
 
We have five successful tips to help you sell your home during the holiday season.To successfully sell your home during the cold and often busy holiday season, here are five tips you need to keep in mind:1. Embrace the season. Home sellers often ask if they should decorate their homes for the holidays if they plan to sell, and the answer is yes—but…
 
Get ready to sit by the fire and meet Santa!Please join us at the Lone Peak Park Pavilion on December 5th from 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. to meet and take your pictures with Santa! Skip the lines at the mall, sit by the fire, and enjoy some hot cocoa on us. We hope to see you there.By Bryan Colemere
 
A lot of you have been asking about what’s going on lately with that bit of stagnation in the market, so I wanted to address those questions today.Real estate during the winter isn’t always the same from year to year. Sometimes our market is quite busy, while other times we see it soften during these colder months. To better assess where we stand a…
 
Is a recession coming? Maybe, but that might not mean what you think it does. There’s a question looming in a lot of people’s minds these days: “Is a recession coming? What can we do about it?”A key thing to remember is that a recession isn’t always a bad thing. A recession is defined as two consecutive quarters of negative growth, and it’s a neces…
 
With about 10,000 baby boomers retiring every single day across the United States, it’s no wonder why this demographic constitutes such a large portion of buyers and sellers in our national real estate market. If you, yourself, are among this massive group of buyers and sellers, then it’s time to connect with a Realtor. You’ll need a strong profess…
 
Here are four reasons why the fall season might be your best opportunity in quite some time to buy a home. Fall is just a few days away now, which is exciting for a number of reasons. Apart from the crisp autumn weather and football season, it’s also a great time to buy a home! Here are four reasons why:1. Home prices are increasing. Price growth i…
 
We haven’t seen interest rates this low in a while, so I wanted to take a few minutes today to explain to why they’re so important. We’re back to historic low interest rates and that means cheap money for buyers.For buyers out there who’ve been considering a move, your buying power just went up substantially.And for all the sellers out there, know …
 
If you feel that your property taxes are too high, you can always appeal them. Here’s how to do it. Recently, most of you have received your property tax assessment in the mail. That’s always a fun experience—finding out how much you owe the government. But in all seriousness, if you feel that your property has been overvalued, you can protest your…
 
How many homes should you look at before buying one? Find out today. “How many homes should I look at before I buy?”Before you even start counting how many homes you ought to be looking at, you should first make sure that your home search is done properly. Today, most home searches begin online. For example, visit ColemereRealty.com, where you can …
 
As we pass the halfway point of 2019 and take stock of our Portland market, there are three developments that buyers and sellers need to be aware of. First, appreciation rates have normalized, which is great news. I like the pace of appreciation as it stands. There’s not a mad dash from sellers to draft their price upward and attract multiple offer…
 
It doesn’t often make sense to hire an appraiser before selling, but there are a few times when it does. Here are three prime examples. Hiring an appraiser before you sell your home is usually a waste of money. However, there are a few exceptions, and we’ll go over each of the most common today:1. During a divorce or bankruptcy. Generally, a judge …
 
Investing in residential real estate is a topic I’m very passionate about. I’ve recently been conducting market studies for past clients who I’ve helped purchase a property and who are now looking to sell that same property. The most exciting part is getting to share the news that they’re in an equity position to sell their home. That’s just one of…
 
Many people are concerned that it’s no longer affordable to buy a home, but this is not at all the case. Prices have leveled out and interest rates are still low. In fact, to put current rates into perspective, the average interest rate when I entered real estate 18 years ago was 9%. And people thought that was low. So, if you’ve been concerned abo…
 
I was reading an article recently that was talking about the three groups of people who sell their houses and why they sell. As I kept reading, I thought that they did a great job of grouping most home sellers into these three archetypes. As it turns out, certain age categories tend to sell for similar reasons. For home sellers in the age range of …
 
Be sure to avoid these three pitfalls created when you overprice your home. Why is it a bad idea to overprice your home when you put it on the market?First, remember that people who browse for homes online can see how long a home has been on the market. When a home is overpriced, it tends to stagnate on the market, and when buyers see that, they’ll…
 
On June 1st, we want you to join us at Lone Peak Park for our summer barbecue kickoff. Here are the details. We’re here today at beautiful Lone Peak Park (10140 S. 700 E, Sandy, UT), the site of Colemere Realty’s upcoming Summer Barbecue Kickoff. Please join us on June 1st from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for great barbecue, lots of fun, and prizes galore. W…
 
No one assumes their home will fail to sell when they list it on the market, but, unfortunately, this is sometimes the case. The topic of failed listings certainly isn’t fun to think about, but it’s important to understand the reasons this happens so that you can avoid the worst during your own selling experience. The first and most common reason a…
 
You aren’t doomed to pay 20% down. Here are some of the options you have. We get this question a lot: Are there opportunities to buy a home with low or no money down?Various news outlets have claimed that you need a 20% down payment in order to purchase a home, but it’s not true—you can certainly buy a home with zero down.There are several loan pro…
 
Where are things headed in our real estate market as spring begins? Keep reading to find out. Today we’re going to give you a bit of a recap on the first quarter of the year and what to expect as we move into spring and summer.We’re ready to kick off the spring selling season after a slight slowdown toward the end of the last year. Even though the …
 
We’d like to extend our thanks to those that joined us for our Founders Day celebration. Today we wanted to send you a quick message thanking all those who helped us celebrate 66 years of business at our recent Founders Day event. We wouldn’t be here without your help and support. Additionally, we wanted to let you know that we will be hosting anot…
 
2019 is our 66-year anniversary of being in the real estate business, and to celebrate, we’re hosting our very own Founder’s Day celebration this March. 2019 marks the 66th year that Colemere Realty has been in business, and we’ve decided to throw a party to celebrate.First, we’ve brought in our father (and previous owner of Colemere Realty) Tom Co…
 
If you want to make the most money out of your home sale, there are a few things you need to think about.I recently heard someone new to the industry talk about how there’s no need to prepare a home, but it’s simply not true. Getting your home ready for sale is the best way to put more in your pocket. However, because every home is unique, I couldn…
 
Accessory dwelling units represent a great opportunity for homeowners, but there are rules for renting them out that you need to pay attention to. As you may know, Salt Lake City passed an ordinance last October that allowed all homeowners to have accessory dwelling units (ADUs) on their property. If you’re looking to make some extra money through …
 
Today we’d like to shed some light on the hot topic of accessory dwelling units. If you’re interested in making some extra money through real estate investing, or simply how to have your mother-in-law (legally) live with you, then having an accessory dwelling unit (ADU) on your property may be the perfect solution.ADUs, which can be attached or det…
 
At 3814 Southeast Martins Street, surrounded by mature trees on a hidden road, stands a hidden gem: The original house of Eastmoreland.This Queen Anne, New England-style farmhouse was built in 1892, and its breathtaking Victorian character still shines today. It’s been an adored family home for the past 20 years, and some may remember it from the 1…
 
Today we wanted to discuss waiting until spring to buy a home and why that might not be such a good idea in this market. We hear it all the time: “I’m going to wait until spring to buy a home, rather than try to find one over the holiday season.”Though there are typically fewer homes on the market in the fall and winter months, that doesn’t mean wa…
 
Oftentimes, our clients are living in their homes while they’re trying to sell them, so my tips for you today will help you add value to your home while still allowing you to live there during the process.1. Declutter. Get rid of everything you don’t need. I often tell my clients to either sell it, donate it, or chuck it—whatever it takes to minimi…
 
Melody and I are currently touring 10 different ports from New York to Quebec to experience the history of New England and Canada. It has been very interesting to see all the architectural styles and learn about the real estate history as well. We’ve been to high-end areas in Boston and now we’re in Portland, Maine, home of the Bush summer residenc…
 
Thank you for your support throughout this wonderful year.We’ve seen a wonderful year here at Colemere Realty, but none of it would have been possible without you. We wanted to say thank you for everything you’ve done for us, our team, and every member of our organization. Without you and your support, we wouldn’t be where we are today. We are fort…
 
Do you have extra winter clothes? We would like to invite you to a warm clothing drive that we are hosting the week of Thanksgiving. We will be accepting donations from 12 PM - 6 PM, Monday the 19th, through Wednesday the 21st. As an added bonus, we at Colemere Realty will be matching all donations.By Bryan Colemere
 
We lose purchasing power as interest rates rise. Let’s talk about what this means for you. As you may know, the cost of financing a home has been going up. The Federal Reserve has been raising interest rates in recent months, and with more increases on the horizon, today we’ll be talking about what this means for you as a buyer or seller.Utah’s eco…
 
The numbers this fall are telling us something exciting—it’s time to buy! With plenty of inventory to choose from and interest rates still relatively low, patient homebuyers can finally take the first step toward purchasing a new home.“With a larger amount of inventory, buyers have much more to choose from and experience a much less competitive mar…
 
The fall is a great time to sell your home, and there are a few reasons why. What makes fall a great time to sell your home?First, we saw a strong spring and summer in terms of sales volume, but sales typically drop toward the end of the year. It doesn’t mean people don’t want to buy or sell; it just means there are fewer buyers out there for a var…
 
If you’re looking to come to the Portland area and buy a home, there are some things that you need to be aware of. This is why today I want to tell you all about Portland and what the process of relocating here looks like.The first thing to know is that Portland is a big, small city. Compared to other metropolitan areas, Portland is actually pretty…
 
In our market right now, conditions are split based on price point. And today we’d like to explain how this will impact your goals as a buyer or seller. When it comes to our market, there’s more than one story to be told. We like to explain our current conditions as being the “Tale of Two Tales.” Thankfully, though, the only Dickensian thing about …
 
Today I want to give you a tour of my listing: the Poulsen House. Located in Portland at 3040 SE McLoughlin Boulevard, this iconic three-story American Queen Anne Style home is absolutely stunning. Everyone who has crossed the Ross Island Bridge has seen this home’s three-story turret balcony overlooking Portland. Built in 1892 by lumber tycoon Joh…
 
A lot of people out there think you need to put exactly 20% down to buy a home because back in the good old days, you had to. Back then, there weren’t a lot of loan programs available, so our parents and our grandparents ended up telling us that we had to save for a 20% down payment.In reality, most of us can’t save fast enough to be able to put do…
 
To sell your home for top dollar in our market, declutter and clean the inside and make sure the outside has great curb appeal. If you want to sell your home for top dollar, here are three tips that will help you do so:First, make sure your home has great curb appeal so it gives potential buyers a good first impression. The whole exterior needs to …
 
In the past, I’ve always presented rent-to-own scenarios as being disreputable. However, there is now one instance in which this kind of arrangement is actually viable.A company here in the Portland metro area has totally flipped the script on rent-to-own arrangements. Their success has put millions of dollars into our local market recently, and so…
 
Lorna Davis joins me today to give you a quick summer market recap. Today I am joined by Lorna Davis, an agent here at Colemere Realty Team, to do a summer market recap.This summer, we saw interest rates creep up, and they are continuing to do so. If you are thinking about applying for a loan, you should keep this in mind.As far as market segmentat…
 
Today we want to introduce Rhett Roberts, our transaction coordinator, who works behind the scenes to help your real estate transaction go smoothly. On our team, everyone has a specific role to play. This allows us to make sure all the fine details of our clients’ transactions are handled thoroughly and efficiently. Today we’d like to introduce jus…
 
It is time for a summer market update, and this time, we are focusing directly on investors. Over the past 12 months, we have helped a lot of clients either sell a home and reinvest or leap into their first real estate investment.Let’s be clear: It is definitely still a seller’s market. However, there are three key market indicators that we want to…
 
The home closing process can happen quickly, or it can drag on. Here’s how to ensure that it goes quickly and smoothly. Today we are talking about how long it takes to close a loan and what you should and should not do in order to speed up the process.First, let’s talk about the things you should not do. Poor communication is high on the list. Poor…
 
In today’s real estate market, buyers must realize that cash is king. Cash is king as far as homebuyers are concerned. Submitting a cash offer for the full list price means buyers don’t need to worry about receiving financing, going through the appraisal process, or being underwritten. A lot of sellers love this assuredness and it makes you a very …
 
There are many things that you can do wrong when you are applying for a mortgage. Did you know that there are 12 things that you should not do while getting a mortgage? Yes, 12. We have prepared the list so you know what not to do. Don’t quit your job. Don’t buy a car. Don’t max out your credit cards. Don’t get a new line of credit. Don’t let your …
 
We are halfway through the year, so it’s time for an update on our June 2018 Portland real estate market. This is an important time of year where we typically see things start to change.This year is no different. In fact, we are seeing a pretty significant change happen right now. While our market continued its surge of activity during the first tw…
 
Zillow is one of the most popular real estate websites online today, but that doesn’t mean that it can replace the knowledge and experience of an agent. Here’s what you should know. Why shouldn’t you trust Zillow to help you find your next home?Utah is a non-disclosure state, meaning we’re one of the very few states that disclose private sales of r…
 
News reports have said that the affordability index is dropping, but what does this mean to you? There has been talk in the news recently about affordability. So, we decided we would explain what affordability means and address how it may impact you. We hope doing so will assuage any worries you may have.You may have heard that the affordability in…
 
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