Portland Real Estate - The Latest Numbers for Fall

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The leaves are starting to change colors into glorious yellows, orange, and red. Meanwhile, the Portland real estate market is showing some signs of change. PDX Urban has the latest real estate market numbers to check out for anyone thinking about buying and selling during the fall season.

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Portland Real Estate Inventory

Cooler numbers came to the Portland metro area this September. New listings (3,606) fell 1.0% short of the 3,644 new listings offered last year in September 2017 and 14.4% short of the 4,214 new listings offered last month in August 2018. Similarly, pending sales (2,471) decreased 9.5% from September 2017 (2,730) and 10.5% from August 2018 (2,760).

Portland Metro Real Estate

There were 2,272 closings in September, a 14.6% decrease from September 2017 (2,660) and a 23.4% decrease from August 2018 when 2,967 closings were recorded. September saw inventory rise to 3.1 months, with total market time rising by five days to 45 days. There were 7,082 active residential listings on the market in the Portland metro area in September.

Portland Home Prices

Year to Date Summary Activity so far in 2018 is mixed compared to 2017. New listings (34,440) are up 2.6%. Pending sales (24,161) are down 2.8% and closed sales (22,983) are down 3.5% for the year so far. Average and Median Sale Prices Comparing 2018 to 2017 through September of each year, the average sale price rose 5.8% from $428,800 to $453,800. In the same comparison, the median sale price rose 5.3% from $379,900 to $400,000.

Andrew Kaiser

My name is Andrew Kaiser, welcome to my site! I have a passion for making images wherever and whenever I can. I seek to capture humanity and the world around me with a focus on the figure. Film, digital, pinhole, and instant photography are all fair game for me.


I grew up in the California Bay Area and started taking photography seriously in High School. I was one of the lucky few who had a chance to go to a high school with a working darkroom and a teacher who understood that making images was an art form – care and patience was a necessity in the image making process from start to finish.


Later in life I attended the University of California in Santa Cruz where I received a Bachelors Degree in the History of Art and Visual Culture. After having my fill of the California sunshine I packed up my life and moved to the Pacific Northwest. I quickly found the overcast skies, lush forests, cooler temperatures, and creative communities to be a perfect match for my work.


Over the years I have exhibited my photographs in several galleries and art shows including the Seattle Erotic Arts Festival and Cascade AIDS Project. I’ve published a few books and taught workshops up and down the west coast of the United States. Through this site I’m hoping to share my work and perhaps inspire others along the way.