In September, a Task Force for the Recreation and Aquatic Center voted to recommend that the council proceed with the project. A Wilsonville city council meeting is scheduled for December to consider task force recommendations.
Earlier this year, a citizen task force voted 7-1 in favor of city council consideration for such a facility. In the meanwhile, city staff are reportedly reviewing potential ‘operational models’ along with the ‘site selection evaluation process.’
This new report reveals Wilsonville’s year-to-date home value appreciation is now 6.0%,trailing the greater Portland area average of 7.4%.
The average price of a Wilsonville home is now $334,800 and the average market time is now 60 days. This is relatively brief by historical standards and helped along by our still low regional home supply of a little more than 3 months.
Thinking about selling your Wilsonville home? With fewer sellers now competing for qualified buyers, you could sell your Wilsonville home and be in your next home by Christmas. Contact Wilsonville’s own Certified Realty using the form below for a FREE report on what your Wilsonville home could sell for in today’s market.
Few things are as important to most people as personal safety. So wouldn’t it be neat if you could type in a local address to determine crime statistics and also find out if a sex offender lives nearby, for free?
Well believe it or not, there is such a website and it’s called PortlandMaps.com.
Perhaps best of all, the information you’ll find at PortlandMaps.com is not limited to Portland, but includes much of the greater Portland Metro area…including Wilsonville.
Along with local crime information, there’s much more that the website PortlandMaps.com offers. This includes maps (of course), plus transportation information, along with environmental reports and utility projects.
Here’s a list of some information PortlandMaps.com provides within the Portland Metro area, including Wilsonville:
A very telling article was recently released in a national real estate journal. In just two images, it explains why the vast majority of home sellers work with a Realtor.
The infographic on the left shows the huge percentage of real estate sellers who hire a Realtor.
The infographic on the right explains why. Homesellers average a 25% higher selling price with a Realtor.
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Have you considered selling your Wilsonville home? As you can see, Wilsonville real estate prices remain strong. For a FREE report on what your Wilsonville home could sell for, contact our WilsonvilleHomes.com sponsor, Wilsonville’s Certified Realty using the contact form below.
A new report on Wilsonville real estate was just released by Ticor Title Company. This survey confirms a significant upward price trend for Wilsonville homes, particularly over the past few months.
According to this new report, the median list price for a Wilsonville home is now just under $400,000. And the average market time to sell a Wilsonville home? That figure is now at 106 days, or right around 3.5 months.
Thinking about selling your Wilsonville home and curious what it could sell for? Now could be the perfect time, since Wilsonville home inventory is low right now and competition among sellers is diminishing. It’s truly a seller’s market.
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Recent information on our local Wilsonville real estate market is now available. With school beginning as we move toward Autumn, it’s reasonable to expect a somewhat less robust pace of home sales.
Many, though certainly not all, 2014 buyers have bought their home by now. This brings “empty-nesters,” relocating transferees, singles, and young families to the forefront as a bigger slice of the buyer pool for the remainder of the year. For sellers, Autumn can bring more motivated buyers with less competition from other home sellers, when compared to Spring.
An interesting new report on Wilsonville homes was recently released.
Especially notable in this report is the fact thatmore than 1/3 of all Wilsonville homes for sale saw a price drop before selling. Plenty of other helpful information is included, like the average days on the market it takes for a Wilsonville home to sell and the median list price.
There are plenty of reasons to consider the construction of a swim center in Wilsonville. Learning to swim is a potentially life-saving and healthful activity, plus an aquatic center further promotes youth sports and senior exercise. In essence, a new swimming pool offers benefits for virtually everyone in our community.
One primary reason against such an aquatic center is cost, and how best to raise the necessary funds.
Take our poll. Should Wilsonville move forward and build an aquatic center?
A recent report on Wilsonville area real estate shows a continued solid increase in local home values. Compared to last year, Wilsonville home prices are now up 8.1% over this same time last year. If this trend continues, we could be well on our way to a good year for Wilsonville real estate.
What Is And What Should Never Be (With apologies to Led Zeppelin) But the real story is that Wilsonville home values have some of the lowest increases in our entire region. On top of that, Wilsonville pending sales changed -3.8% for the recent month measured and -15.7% compared to last year! As a result, Wilsonville’s solid home prices are still creeping upward. But fewer Wilsonville homes are now being sold.
With our 8.1% annual home price increase, Wilsonville now finishes ahead of only West Portland (7.1%) and Lake Oswego/West Linn (7.9%). Every other community in our region fared better than Wilsonville for home price appreciation.
But there’s an explanation.Perhaps not surprisingly, these three areas sport some of our area’s highest average selling prices, with Tigard/Wilsonville at $306,000, West Portland at $379,900 and Lake Oswego/West Linn at $440,500.
Both Sides Now (With apologies to Judy Collins) The flip side of the equation is interesting, especially if one looks where our area’s price appreciation is greatest. As expected, those communities have lower average sales prices. They include SE Portland with 15.4% (($249,000), Milwaukie/Clackamas at 14.8% (($275,000) and Columbia County an astronomical 25.9% ($188,700).
Feeling Stronger Every Day?(With apologies to Chicago)The bottom line is that Wilsonville home prices continue to increase, and that’s one good sign of a strengthening market. There are several factors helping to boost Wilsonville area home prices. These include our area’s real estate seasonality, which brings improved home buying weather this time of year.
Gains are also due in part to a continued recovery from the Great Recession which began around December, 2007. However, perhaps the key reason to explain our real estate boost is a significantly reduced inventory of homes for sale.
What Does This Mean For Wilsonville Homebuyers & Homesellers?Low home inventory means there are fewer houses for sale.A main effect of having fewer homes for sale typically means less selection and higher prices. This is the classic ‘seller’s market,’ where buyers lose a significant amount of leverage. This means buyers have to compete more against one another to find a desirable home.As a result, home prices rise.If you’ve thought about selling your Wilsonville home, this may be your best opportunity for the foreseeable future. However, if Wilsonville home owners en masse begin sensing the time is right to sell, such a concomitantincrease in supply could cancel projected home price gains.
Limbo, How Low Will We Go? (With apologies to Chubby Checker)Another reason for our home inventory’s newsworthy nature has to do with the time of year. We’re already trending slightly ahead of 2013 given our latest inventory figure of 2.8 months from April. Last year, the months of May, June and July were lowest for regional inventory. So the lowest number of available homes for sale may yet be ahead.
Timing The MarketBased on last year’s performance, homeowners may have another few months before the supply of homes begins climbing back up. So if you’re considering a Wilsonville area home sale in 2014, acting sooner is likely to be in your favor before inventory rises and other events are factored in, like families purchasing before the school year begins.
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This attractive, just listed home in Wilsonville’s Canyon Creek Meadows neighborhood is move-in ready and attractively priced at $274,900.
This home also features plenty of room, with 1,660 square feet of living space, 3 bedrooms & 2.5 bathrooms, plus both living and family rooms.
Additional features include island kitchen with pantry closet, kitchen appliances, spacious master bedroom with walk-in closet, forced-air gas heat, central air conditioning, gas fireplace and an attached double garage. Walking trails nearby too!
With the arrival of Spring’s beautiful weather, many Wilsonville homeowners are hearing others say: “Now is an excellent time to consider placing your home on the market for sale.”
However, you may have wondered why exactly is now such a good time to sell your Wilsonville home? Is it all about sunny skies? So if you’ve ever thought about selling your Wilsonville property, this article is for you. And here are three good reasons to now sell your Wilsonville, Oregon home:
Reduced Inventory There are fewer homes on the market right now. Our 3.1 month supply of homes means demand is stronger. That frequently translates to higher home prices. And with fewer competing sellers, you may need to negotiate less for your best deal.
Seasonality Many home buyers shop in earnest during better weather. Why? It’s easier, more fun and there’s more daylight to work with. But there’s one other reason you may not have considered: School is out soon and that is a great opportunity for families with kids to move during Summer Vacation. Don’t miss out on these buyers!
Interest Rates One of the big factors affecting home affordability is the interest rate your lender charges. Interest rates remain near historic lows. This means even with rising prices, buyers can find homes to be more affordable if interest rates stay attractive.
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With Wilsonville home prices averaging among the highest in our region, we were curious to find the least expensive Wilsonville home currently for sale.
So off we went on the hunt for Wilsonville’s cheapest detached, standard-framed, single family home now on the market.
This meant no manufactured homes. No condominiums. No townhouses, either.
After digging deep into the substantial pile of available Wilsonville homes using resources from the Regional Multiple Listing Service, we found that one elusive, and exclusive, home.
With more than 1,100 square feet of living space, this cozy 3 bedroom, 1 bath ranch style home is truly move-in ready. Located in Wilsonville’s ‘old town’ district, another benefit of this property is the desirable, low traffic neighborhood. Plus, it’s located within walking distance to Boones Ferry Park and shopping, too. The price? $239,900.
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Wilsonville is a very nice place to live. So imagine even how much nicer it might be to live in what is currently Wilsonville’s most expensive home currently for sale.
This luxury home features more than 11,000 square feet of living space, with five bedrooms, five full bathrooms and two half bathrooms. It’s located on a beautiful 62 acre parcel in the peaceful Wilsonville countryside. Curious about the price? It’s $3,995,000.
A new report on Wilsonville area home sales reveals fewer local properties have sold so far this year, with Wilsonville home prices still up nicely. The number of home sales for greater Wilsonville changed by-17.9%, with the average selling price up 9.0%.
Part of the reason behind the drop in sales is likely due to a decrease in our regional supply of homes. That’s because our market would now run out of homes to sell in 3.1 months. This is considered a relatively low supply by historical standards, but not uncommon during Spring and Summer months.
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Several task force meetings and other community outreach efforts will be an integral part of the process. Your input in regards to the project is welcomed and essential to identifying a plan that works for Wilsonville.
By late July, the task force is expected to present their finding to the Wilsonville City Council. Future public meetings are expected.
As of this last day of March, 2014, the Regional Multiple Listing Service (RMLS) reported there were 22 Wilsonville homes sold this month.
Closing prices for these 22 properties range from $158,000 for a 2 bedroom condominium to $670,000 for a rambling, 4 bedroom, 3,100+ square foot ranch style home on 1.7 acres.
The largest Wilsonville home to sell this month was this 3,200 square foot Wilsonville residence built in 2005. It features 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths.
Priced almost smack-dab-in-the-middle of this month’s highest and lowest Wilsonville homes sales price is this 4 bedroom, $415,000 Wilsonville home that sold after only 10 days on the market.
The difference in price between the two largest Wilsonville homes sold this month is due in part to lot size.
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According to a report from the latest Regional Multiple Listing Service (RMLS), the average sales price for a home around Wilsonville, Oregon is now approximately $325,000.
So what does $325,000 buy in Wilsonville? The following three Wilsonville properties are currently listed for sale and provide a good insight into the market for Wilsonville homes.
Each of these Wilsonville homes features 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms.
Two of the homes are located in Wilsonville’s Charbonneau district, with the newest home located on a smaller lot in the Brenchley Estates neighborhood.
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As our Oregon real estate market continues to improve, development is again increasing around Wilsonville’s Villebois neighborhood.The construction of new Wilsonville homes is now squarely on the drawing board for areas surrounding Villebois, including the former Dammasch Hospital and Living Enrichment Center sites.
Today’s arrival of Spring presents sellers of Wilsonville homes with the traditional start of our best home selling weather. As a result, Spring is the time of year when many Wilsonville homesellers place their property on the market.
This is right on the heels of confirmation that Wilsonville homes are increasing in value. That’s because the latest Regional Multiple Listing Report shows greater Wilsonville home prices are up 9.1% over the past year.
The average market time for greater Wilsonville homes is now 95 days. The average selling price for Wilsonville homes is now $326,100.
The market for Wilsonville homes is also helped by the relatively low ‘backlog’ of Wilsonville homes for sale. The chart below shows that our region would ‘run out of houses’ in 3.9 months.
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No matter your budget, there’s likely a Wilsonville home for you. That’s because Wilsonville offers a broad diversity of homes for virtually every taste and price range.
A recent look into traditionally-framed Wilsonville homes currently for sale shows they range from $212,500 to $3,995,000.
As Spring approaches, expect an even greater selection of Wilsonville homes. Have you been thinking about buying or selling a Wilsonville home? Contact Wilsonville’s very own Certified Realty using the form below. They’re happy to provide a FREE report on what your Wilsonville home could sell for in today’s market, and/or a list of currently available Wilsonville homes!
A new survey on Wilsonville area real estate by the Regional Multiple Listing Service (RMLS) shows the average Wilsonville home now sells for $325,200. This is among the highest average home prices for our region.
For example, the average home price is now $546,900 in Lake Oswego/West Linn but $294,400 for greater Canby, $219,800 around Gresham and $287,200 in the Beaverton/Aloha area. With few exceptions, Wilsonville homes are selling for more than other Oregon communities.
The new survey includes specifics on greater Wilsonville home sales and reveals some additional interesting information. This includes data showing the average Wilsonville home is now on the market for 95 days. Also, Wilsonville home prices have increased over the past year by 9.1%.
Perhaps most interesting is what hasn’t increased around Wilsonville. Pending Wilsonville area sales since this time last year have changed by an amazing -24.1%. So prices are going up, but the number of sales is diminished.
According to the Regional Multiple Listing Service (RMLS), the highest recently selling Wilsonville home is located in our prestigious Stafford neighborhood.
The property sold in November for $1,427,000 and features approximately 6,000 square feet of living space on nearly 5 acres.
Also included are 4 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms and 2 half bathrooms.
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Total home sales recently increased overall for our region, yet a new report on greater Wilsonville shows a -20.3% change in the number of home sales compared to the same month last year. In other helpful information, the average market time for a Wilsonville area home to sell is now 106 days, with home prices up 9.6% over the past year.
With an average selling price of $329,500, Wilsonville homes remain among the most highly valued in the region. Our backlog of housing recently jumped by nearly a month. At the current rate of home sales, we would now ‘run out of homes’ in 4.1 months.
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