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  HOUSING OVERVIEW
  

The median home value in Portland, Oregon, is $380,500. Home appreciation is 34.60% over the last year. The median age of Portland, Oregon, real estate is 55 years.

Portland, Oregon Apartments and Rentals

Renters make up 44.53% of the Portland, Oregon, population. 5.73% of houses and apartments in Portland, Oregon, are unoccupied (vacancy rate).

  HOUSINGPortland, OregonUnited States
  Median Home Age  5537
  Median Home Cost  $380,500$185,800
  Home Appr. Last 12 months  9.46%3.74%
  Home Appr. Last 5 yrs.  25.15%16.02%
  Home Appr. Last 10 yrs.  34.60%-0.68%
  Property Tax Rate  $11.58$11.80
  Homes Owned  49.74%56.34%
  Housing Vacant  5.73%12.45%
  Homes Rented  44.53%31.21%
  AVERAGE RENT FOR HOME OR APARTMENT
  Studio Apartment  $901$712
  1 Bedroom Home or Apartment  $1,004$825
  2 Bedroom Home or Apartment  $1,184$1,027
  3 Bedroom Home or Apartment  $1,723$1,379
  4 Bedroom Home or Apartment  $2,066$1,601
  VACANT HOUSING
  Vacant For Rent  1.17%2.34%
  Vacant Rented  0.53%0.46%
  Vacant For Sale  0.89%1.20%
  Vacant Sold  0.30%0.46%
  Vacant Vacation  1.06%3.97%
  Vacant Other  1.78%4.02%
  VALUE OF OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING
  Less Than $20,000  3.45%4.57%
  $20,000 to $39,999  0.90%3.37%
  $40,000 to $59,999  0.47%4.19%
  $60,000 to $79,999  0.31%5.74%
  $80,000 to $99,999  0.35%6.79%
  $100,000 to $149,999  3.57%15.19%
  $150,000 to $199,999  12.05%14.69%
  $200,000 to $299,999  26.39%18.15%
  $300,000 to $399,999  21.31%10.43%
  $400,000 to $499,999  13.21%5.70%
  $500,000 to $749,999  12.37%6.39%
  $750,000 to $999,999  3.94%2.41%
  $1,000,000 or more  1.68%2.39%
  HOUSING UNITS BY YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT
  2010 and newer  1.54%2.03%
  2000 to 2009  10.57%14.63%
  1990 to 1999  8.99%14.01%
  1980 to 1989  5.82%13.70%
  1970 to 1979  10.91%15.66%
  1960 to 1969  8.99%14.01%
  1950 to 1959  12.07%10.63%
  1940 to 1949  8.50%5.25%
  1939 or Earlier  32.18%13.09%

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Considering Relocation, suburb recommendations?
Hello, My husband is considering taking a job that would move us to Portland from Tulsa, OK. We are mid/late 30's and have two elementary age kids. It's a good paying... (read more)
Portland quick overview.
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Don't move here unless you are rich or have a d*mn
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The kids' table
But now I'm done. Have lived here for over a decade and am leaving, finally. Portland is a wonderful city with great potential. Problem is, there's a wide streak of... (read more)
Portland pros and cons
I moved to Portland in 2012, so I'm still a relative newcomer. Before coming to Portland, I lived in Santa Cruz, Mt. View, Gilroy, and Palo Alto -- all cities in... (read more)
Beautiful Region
If your a hiker this is an amazing place to live. The Coast, Columbia Gorge and Mt Hood will keep you busy for years. Portland, as a city is average at best, but the... (read more)
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