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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Portland home prices rose 12.5% in May from a year ago, and 2.2% from April. Prices rose 12.2% year-over-year nationwide, the largest annual increase since March 2006.

Portland still has a way to go. Prices here remain 17.3 percent below their 2007 peak. Home prices have improved on stronger sales and a slim inventory of homes for sale.

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0 #1 Oregon ResidentGuest 2013-07-30 20:52:17
My parents got their home about 30 years ago for about 80k. Now, that same home slightly upgraded is worth about 400k...how the hell am I supposed to live in the city I love when it is that expensive!??
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