Villebois is a great neighborhood in Wilsonville! I have sold 8 homes there the last 2 years. There are no existing homes in that price range and no new construction currently but that changes frequently as they develop new lots. There are new construction Townhouses in that price range and there is 1 stand alone model that can fit in that price range with minimal upgrades. $275K is a better price range to have more available options. HOA dues will vary from $85/mo to $170/mo for those models.
This an Investors market and finding a good renter likely won't be a challenge. You could expect to pay 7-12% of monthly rent for a good Property Management company.
If you would like further information, I could certainly keep you informed as new inventory comes on the available.
As a Wilsonville specialist who has lived in Wilsonville for 16 years I may have the answers you need. I am a residential specialist and have a fairly good idea of what rentals are going for in the Wilsonville area. As mentioned in an earlier post the level of inventory is low for single family homes but having someone looking for you specifically can give you an edge in finding new on-the-market homes. Also I have resources to provide you with excellent lender options to help you identify the loan that will serve you best. Wilsonville is a wonderful town that has really grown in the last 10 years and the schools are rated highly too. If you'd like to speak to me about your needs and wants I'll do my best to direct you to the resources that will be the best fit for you! I also look forward to earning your business.
All the best,
Robin Weisgerber, Realtor - Principal Broker
Premiere Property Group
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I am happy to say that a couple of weeks ago one of our Clients settled on a purchase three years and two months after short selling their previous home. They reestablished their credit and received an FHA mortgage for their purchase. FHA underwriting guidelines currently require three years between short sale and purchase. Other loan options may exist but to the best of my knowledge, FHA loans are the most flexible in this situation.... more
The answer all depends on the types and amounts of upgrades that you want. Any builder can do any type of upgrade to a home, it all comes down to cost.
Builders usually have an upgrade package with all the prices listed so you can see what the additional costs will be. Most buyers make the upgrades part of their original offer so prices can be negotiated.