The world’s fastest-growing real estate markets

Portland, Oregon – If you’re a real estate agent, you’re probably used to being busy.

But that hasn’t stopped the Portland real estate market from becoming a real-estate hotspot, especially for millennials.

A survey by real estate website RealtyTrac found that the median rent in the city of Portland rose by a staggering 2.2% over the last year, while the median home price increased by 6.7% in that same time period.

“This is definitely a city with a huge number of millennials,” said Ben Smith, who manages the marketing department for the Portland Housing Authority, which owns more than 40,000 properties in the Portland area.

“They want a place to live and to shop.

It’s not just a place that’s in the middle of nowhere, it’s a place they can go to for a quick trip to a mall, for a coffee, for their kids to go to school, for shopping.

It just fits their lifestyle.”

As millennials become increasingly interested in the properties they own, they’re finding a variety of properties to choose from.

“We’ve seen the number of people who are looking at condos and apartments increase, and the number who are trying to buy a home has gone up, too,” said Smith.

“But the trend has been towards larger properties, where there’s more room to grow.

It also looks like it’s happening with the number, too.

We’ve seen it go up, we’ve seen people who aren’t necessarily moving into the downtown area, but they’re in the suburbs or in the inner-city, are looking for places to move in and have a place where they can start their own business.”

Smith said he thinks the rising interest in Portland properties is a result of millennials’ desire to buy homes for their families, as well as their desire to live closer to their friends and family.

“When people are going out to buy and renovate a house and get their own little house, they want to be able to share in the benefits that come with that, and not have to move out of the neighborhood,” Smith said.

In addition to rising interest rates, a number of issues are driving the increased interest in homes in Portland, including the city’s growing population, the housing affordability crisis, and rising property taxes.

“It’s a real concern for us because it’s becoming more and more unaffordable for Portland residents to live downtown,” said Matt Kowal, who works at Realty Trac.

“If you live in Portland now, you can expect to spend between $1,000 and $2,000 a year on rent.

Portland is the sixth-largest city in the United States, with more than 50,000 people and a population of roughly 7.5 million. “

And if you are already paying a lot on your rent, and you don’t want to pay more, you will end up spending more.”

Portland is the sixth-largest city in the United States, with more than 50,000 people and a population of roughly 7.5 million.

It is home to the Portland Metro area, with a population in excess of 17 million.

According to RealtyTran, the Portland metro area has a median rent of $1.28 a square foot, or $3,000 per month.

A housing shortage is also on the minds of many millennials.

“The real estate industry is very interested in finding more properties for millennials, and they’re also concerned about affordability and keeping their rent down,” Smith explained.

“When the cost of a home is going up, the demand for that home goes up as well.

If a homeowner is buying a house that they are paying more than they are earning, they can feel the pressure.”

While Portland’s housing market is showing a slight uptick in the last couple of years, Smith said there’s still plenty of room for growth.

“I would say that the overall housing market in Portland is very resilient,” he said.

“The number of homes being sold has been trending up over the past couple of months, and if you look at the average price, that price is still above the median.

So, if you want to stay in Portland and you want a home, there’s room to go up.”

For the next several months, the city is holding a series of events to promote its downtown.

The Portland Housing Association, which manages more than 10,000 residential properties, is holding the “Portland, Home of the Future” event at 11 a.m. on Monday, September 24.

The event will also be held on September 25 at the Portland Convention Center and Portland Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Tickets to the event can be purchased at the Realty Center, by calling 503-823-0233 or by visiting