2018 Predictions for the Oregon Housing Market

​Housing inventories are low all throughout the country, and the State of Oregon is no exception. There are more buyers than sellers in the real estate market and although that can make finding the right home difficult for buyers, it has helped sellers close the deal fast and get their preferred final sale price as buyers compete for their homes. ​In the State of Oregon however, the housing inventory is low, yet real estate experts do not expect … [Read more...]

Discover the Best Real Estate Markets for Investing in 2017

After some considerable ups and downs (especially in the aftermath of the 2008 economic fall), the markets around the country are recovered and growing. This previous list of the best real estate markets (which we shared with you some time ago) highlighted the best housing markets through 2016. Readers could then get a better sense of what was going on in this business niche and even choose from the particular housing market which they would feel … [Read more...]

2016 Oregon Real Estate and Housing Market Predictions

Home prices for Oregon real estate have increased significantly in the past year, and the 2016 housing market looks to continue that trend. Homes are spending fewer and fewer days on the market. Why? Nestled between Washington and California, Oregon proceeds to grow as Californians are forced to leave because they can no longer afford housing and Washington residents look for an alternative to the expensive Seattle market. Popularity in the … [Read more...]

2015 Oregon Housing Market Predictions

 The 2015 housing market has seen record highs in Oregon. The market was so strong that realtors’ main complaints were that they had difficulty in finding contractors to perform repairs on their listings, and there was a shortage in appraisers available to complete appraisal reports. Due to these difficulties many closing deadline extensions had to be negotiated in order to keep deals going forward. But with all of the problems that the real … [Read more...]

2014 Oregon Housing Market

I’m sure you all remember the housing market back in 2010. Home buyer tax credits just expired. A housing market rebound seemed out of reach for most potential buyers and market analysts. Unemployment rates stood high and consumer confidence had plummeted. However, certain states that harbored hope for the future stood out among others. Oregon was one of them. According to a 2010 Fiserv Case-Shiller report, market experts listed Bend, Oregon as … [Read more...]

Investor Real Estate Market Forecast

Lucky 7 Investor Forecast The Lucky 7 Best Investor Housing Predictor real estate market forecasts for 2008 are intended for investors willing to take a risk buying real estate to make a profit. Housing Predictor forecasts more than 250 local housing markets in all 50 U.S. states and the Lucky 7 Forecast is betting that investors will make a profit in the forecast markets. However, purchasers obtaining financing should be able to handle … [Read more...]

2013 Oregon Housing Market

The sale of existing homes is soaring in Oregon as home prices plummet and lower interest rates drive buyers into the market. But discount priced properties are getting lean in some areas of the state as foreclosures and bank assisted short sales dry-up. The influx, however, of foreclosures is projected to increase in 2012 as lenders release thousands of homes on to the market in Oregon housing markets after formally taking them back from … [Read more...]

Best Real Estate Housing Markets Through 2016

The best housing markets forecast for the next five years are composed of 10 cities scattered from Washington State to Florida. These 10 U.S. cities are projected by Housing Predictor to have the highest probability of appreciating the most for all cities in the nation through 2016. Most of the best real estate markets are centrally located to attract a large number of sizeable employers, and are likely to produce better regional economic … [Read more...]

2012 Oregon Housing Market

Oregon´s real estate market is projected to slightly underperform throughout 2013 compared to the United States in general. By the end of the year, Oregon home prices are expected to dip 0.95 percent. That´s compared an average increase of 0.17 percent in U.S. home prices. Meanwhile, Arizona´s home prices are expected to increase the most at 5.65 percent, and Georgia’s to decline the most at -4.46 percent. Historically, Oregon´s highest … [Read more...]

Home Inventory Drops to 4-Year Low

By Mike Colpitts Homes listed for sale on the market dropped for the fifth consecutive month, hitting the lowest level in four years. The drop is a positive sign for the housing market, which has seen more home sales in recent months to aid the struggling market. Housing inventory at the end of October dropped 2.2% to 3.33 million existing homes for sale, according to the National Association of Realtors. The inventory represents an … [Read more...]