Since the Pearl District became the Pearl that we know today, the skyline has been marked by construction cranes. Now we are seeing them pop up at the River Blocks south of town and in downtown. When will it stop? No time soon.
In May of 2004, Portland Monthly published an article reviewing 20 areas in and around Portland. The publishers gave us permission to distribute it and it is presented here in its entirety. Portland’s Twenty Hottest Neighborhoods, Where to Live Now (18025.3K) is an 18MB Adobe PDF File. The magazine is published bi-monthly and the subscription cost is very reasonable. Happy reading. Read More
Every real estate transaction is different. There is a process, but no script. We will share experiences as they happen. The Portland real estate market remains hot with historically low levels of inventory. We’ll post market news as it becomes available. You are always welcome to email us with questions.
Our website, www.TurnerRealtors.com allows you to search all of the available Multiple Listing Service (MLS) listings in the Portland and SW Washington area. By signing up for Premium Services, you’ll be able to save your searches and favorite properties. Read More
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There are hundreds of real estate agents in Portland. Charles and Jennifer Turner are the right ones for you. Working as a team, we bring the skills and experience of two people working exclusively for you.
No single Realtor can provide the experience and training of two MBA degrees, the e-PRO Certification and the Accredited Buyer’s Representative designation. The purchase or sale of a home is often the largest monetary transaction of a person’s life. You should demand that professionals guide you through the process.
As Realtors, we do not buy and sell homes. Sellers sell property and buyers buy property. We proved professional SERVICE bringing buyers and sellers together. This is a different approach compared to many other Realtors who believe that they are in sales. We firmly believe that our profession is a service industry. Read More