As the heartbeat of Oregon’s largest metropolitan area Portland blends the sophistication of a large city with the casual friendliness of a small town. Drawing in rural counties and the nearby City of Vancouver in Washington State the region is a study in urban diversity and natural beauty. New comers will be delighted to discover a region that celebrates the arts in highly acclaimed museums historic treasures galleries theatre symphony and ballet. At the same time outdoor enthusiasts can explore some of the nation’s most spectacular parks and forests many of which are only a short drive from the vivid life of downtown Portland. Archibald Relocation and Real Estate Services aim to make your house hunting experience unique.
Check out a condensed map of the different areas within the Portland city limits above!
St. Johns Area
Rose City Park Area
Archibald Relocation and Real Estate Services aim to make your house hunting experience unique. As you look across the meandering sections of Portland they want you to ask yourself: What recreations do I and my family have that are most important to me to be close to? Am I looking for a thriving nightlife teeming with local breweries and performances? Am I more inclined to go to the Timbers games and check out the Portland Pickles? Do I want to stay away from the bustle of downtown and live in a more relaxed setting like Lake Oswego?
They want to help you find a part of Portland that you love not just one you like. Let their handpicked agents help you navigate the hot Portland and Vancouver housing markets. Give them a call today for a free consultation.
As Portland’s only full service Relocation and Real Estate Company we will guide you and your family from your successful home sale to getting keys for your new house – and everything in between! We are committed to providing a personalized real estate experience and continually exceeding your expectations throughout your transition. Relocation is Real Estate so we do both. Give us a call today and I promise that you will not be disappointed. – Beth Archibald Founder