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Moving in 97266 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Apr 19, 2013
Jesse Dill answered:

I am a Realtor that works in Portland and all the surrounding areas. I happen to be in Las Vegas today and tomorrow and would love to sit down with you and your husband to discuss in person, if you would like. Either way, give me a call or send me and email and we can discuss further. Looking forward to hearing from you!

Jesse Dill - Principal Real Estate Broker
John L Scott - Real Estate

Ps. It is HOT here!:)
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Sat Apr 23, 2011
Bonny Crowley answered:
I know of a dead-end street and we are all empty nesters. I have never lived in a more connected "neighborhood". There is 1 house coming on the market and I would be happy to talk with you about it if you are interested. it may not be the answer but might be worth discussing. Feel free to call me anytime.
Bonny Crowley
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Sun Sep 21, 2014
Milan Cole answered:
Downtown Portland the Pearl district are quite walking and biking friendly if you want to live in a more urban environment with the housing options mostly limited to condos and some townhomes. Outside of downtown, the most popular neighborhoods for being walking and biking friendly are probably Hawthorne, Alberta, Sellwood, and Multnomah Village. However, these are all fairly well established and are not the most affordable neighborhoods. The up and coming neighborhoods with similar amenities might be St. Johns and the Mississippi areas in North Portland. All of these neighborhoods have cafes, coffee ships, and restaurants to enjoy. You can read more about many of them on my website and see properties available in the the neighborhoods.

Hope this helps.

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