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We have to walk a fine line on subjects such as crime. Its dangerous legal ground for us to be involved in that type of information sharing.
About the specifics of crime, as others have stated, we can't get into that. But the question is asked and it's all so subjective. What are "problems"? What is "crime"? Heck, in my neighborhood the problems are dogs pooping in other people's yards and it's a crime. ;-) So it's all subjective.
The Powellhurst/Gilbert area has some plus and minus factors as any area will have. All things being relative, it's all about the buyers' price range and where they can afford to be. I've sold a place last December in the area of new construction, my clients got a great deal, were living in another part of Portland and for them it was a step up, so it's all subjective. I've not heard of the area as being a den of vipers or having other major stigmas. To the contrary, there are plans to improve walking trails
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EBA Portland, LLC
Exclusive Buyer Agency Helping Buyers since 1999
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Real Estate Brokers aren't allowed to talk about crime in an area but with all the info on the internet these days, it's easy to find. If the property is in the Powellhurst neighborhood then you can go to portlandmaps.com and input the property address and get all kinds of information, including specifics about crime, types of crime, charts, etc, to answer all your questions. You can usually call the police station that services the area you're interested in, and discuss with them as well. Good luck! Marge