Buying, selling and operating apartments in Portland

2010-2015 Portland Apartment Summary | 10 March 2016

To download the 5 year summary sales report, right-click the link below and “Save As”:

<<<Portland_AptSales_History_2010-2015_4March16>>>

Included in the report are with summary tables based on actual sales outlining:

Operating Dynamics Trends
5 year history overview
New construction overview
2015 Sales By County
2015 Sales By Neighborhood
2015 Sales By Complex Size (100 and less vs. >100 units)
2015 Sales By Decade Built
2015 Largest Sales by Gross $ and $/unit
2015 Largest Sales by County
2014 Largest Sales by Gross $

YOUR PROPERTY – If you’d like a further breakdown on how in-demand your neighborhood is call.  Be aware of the current value of your apartment with unsolicited offers.  We offer valuations that include expense analysis with rent and sales comparables to back up any pricing.

If you’d like more information on:

– Details/background on individual sales in the report or

– A Free copy of our 80-page book – Buying, Selling and Operating Apartments Using Financial Analysis

Please contact me:

Steve Morris | Senior Advisor
Sperry Van Ness | Bluestone & Hockley
9320 SW Barbur Blvd, Suite 300
Portland, OR 97219
Phone: 503.970-4593 | Fax: 503.222.6459
steve.morris@svn.com | www.svnbluestone.com
OR License # 200202054 | WA License # 24512

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For the Washington Real Estate Agency Pamphlet click here. 

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