“We saw [home] prices moving up very very strongly for the last couple of years. So that changes now. And rates have moved up. We are well aware that mortgage rates have moved up a lot. And you are seeing a changing housing market. We are watching it to see what will happen. How much…
During the pandemic we saw an incredible boom in the housing market. Two years later we are beginning to see a shift.
According to an article in the Statesman Journal, Pendleton Woolen Mills is opening at the Willamette Heritage Center, which is located at 1313 Mill St SE.
day, April 20th the team headed to Albany for the 2021 RE/MAX Awards Luncheon. We are so proud of you all! What an incredible accomplishment.
According to the Statesmen Journal there will be multiple new and returning restaurants coming to Salem!
Since the beginning of the COVID 19 pandemic we have seen a huge increase in demand for housing and a shortage of inventory. For homeowners, fortunately inflation is a benefit.
The newly constructed 990 Broadway building is an incredible addition to the downtown Salem community.
Monday, November 22 Salem's City Council approved new ward boundaries. These boundaries are intended to account for future growth over the next 10 years.
Jeff Merkley, Oregon’s Senator, introduced the Affordable HOME (Housing Opportunities Made Equitable) Act earlier this year. In an email sent out by Merkley he says, “The Affordable HOME Act is designed to reduce the shortcomings of current housing policies and funding levels, by boldly addressing racial, gender, and economic disparities, along with systematic obstacles to…
Another housing market crash has been a looming fear ever since 2008. With homeowners being financially impacted by COVID19 these fears are even higher. As of July 23rd there were 1.75 million homes still in forbearance. However, experts are hopeful due to the many lending regulations that were put into place after 2008, these should…