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Home Buying in Tigard : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jun 20, 2014
corndigglesworth answered:
land is not cheap in this area. But I did see a few vacant sloped lots for sale 10000sqft or less.
In general Tigard/Tualatin/ Beaverton is a well developed suburb and .5+ acre lots are far and few between. These suburbs create the boundary for Metros Urban growth boundary and so I feel that creates some artificial inflation that is not going to change anytime soon.

I currently rent a 2acre little house (the land lord is a tough cookie who will be holding out unti the bitter end) and it is tax assessed as is for 300,000. Presumably she would raise her costs upon spliting the lot for probably close to $200k a peice. but realistically she will divide it into 4-7 lots to an investor for top dollar.
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Sun Feb 9, 2014
Carol answered:
Avoid Tigard to rent space. One company owns several mobile home parks and raises the rents every year. If possible, avoid mobile home parks completely. You are putting a very immobile house on land you do not own and have no control over. Bad idea, ... more
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Tue Jun 5, 2012
Christopher Korenthal answered:
I use Adam Ansteth with Wells Fargo (503-720-4000). For your situation and area, he is a good choice in lenders. Hope you the best!
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Mon Oct 10, 2011
Dave Sutton answered:
Even a street name would allow us to send you just a few possibilities.
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Sun May 25, 2008
Ben Galvin answered:
If you purchase the property, I can assist with building permits/drawings and construction
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