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Home seekers will enjoy the many different neighborhoods to choose from here, as well as the variety of houses, condos and townhomes available. Depending on where you settle, you could be right downtown, next to a popular community park or near top-rated schools.

We hope that our website’s community information will help you to choose between the many wonderful areas; each has a lot to offer the home buyer.


When planning the North Bethany Expansion Area, Washington County Commissioners deemed Bethany “A Neighborhood of Distinction” for its modern, planned communities where everything is new!  New streets, new shops, new schools, and new parks abound in the Bethany Area.  Top performing schools, peaceful living, and proximity to downtown, Hillsboro, and Beaverton make Bethany a top choice for Oregon residents from a wide variety of backgrounds.


Hillsboro is the Washington County seat.  Hillsboro was established in the late 1800’s as a farming community and has grown into a major metropolitan center balancing rural and urban interests.  Intel Corporation employs over 15,000 in their multiple state of the art “Silicon Forest” research and development complexes.  Prime farmland and forests surround Hillsboro as the City gives way to agriculture and wine country to the west.


Tree City USA Tigard calls itself “A Place To Come Home To.”  Quiet, traditional neighborhoods, excellent public schools, walking trails, parks, and a wide variety of shopping options make Tigard an excellent suburban living environment.  Tigard includes the areas largest shopping center, Washington Square offering a wide variety of stores to choose from including Apple, Coach, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Nordstrom, Macy’s, Made in Oregon, Sears, Starbucks, and Zumiez.


Home to the world headquarters of Nike and numerous high tech companies, Beaverton offers a wide variety of options for housing ranging from one bedrooms condos to multi-million dollar estates. Beaverton was established as a farming community in the late 1800’s and has grown to nearly 100,000 residents in 2015.  Beautiful parks, traditional family neighborhoods, award winning schools, stylish shopping centers, and excellent restaurants offer Beaverton residents outstanding options to the Portland scene.  Come check out what Beaverton has to offer!


The land now known as “Kenton” was sold to the Associated Banking & Trust Company which had been organized in 1892 for the purpose of investing in and developing real estate. The tract remained relatively undeveloped for years, and owes its development to the evolution of the meat industry. Cattle were herded down Kenton’s main street (Denver Avenue), with the last drive taking place in 1928. By 1911, no less than twelve major manufacturing firms were established in Kenton. The first movie house was in the back of Berg’s Store in 1911. In 1925 it was moved to Denver and Schofield where the Chaldean Theater was built. When the theater was finally completed they opened to a sold-out crowd. The electric sign in front of the theater was equal to any in the city of Portland at the time. The 1959 Oregon Centennial celebrations were held in Kenton. A large statue of Paul Bunyan was built at the intersection of North Interstate Avenue and North Argyle Street (just north of Kenton’s historic business district on North Denver Avenue) as a reminder of those centennial festivities. The statue now stands at the corner of North Interstate and North Denver, across from the N Denver Light Rail station and is considered a symbol of the neighborhood. The Paul Bunyan Statue was added to the National Register of Historic Places on January 28, 2009.

Kenton is experiencing fast paced growth and rapidly rising home prices, but real estate values are still well below many NE and SE Portland neighborhoods. With excellent highway access and close proximity to Adidas US headquarters, Kenton is excellent choice to call home in Portland!


Dubbed “The Best Little Neighborhood In Portland, Oregon” Concordia is home to Concordia University since 1905, boasts quiet streets with lots of trees, and older homes with character mostly built in the early 1900’s. Edgy, fun, and creative, this area of Northeast Portland is seeing a resurgence.  Concordia is a charming neighborhood with plenty of shopping, dining and other amenities. Neighborhood parks include Kennedy Community Garden and Fernhill Park. Notable landmarks include the Kennedy School, a former elementary school converted into a dining and hotel facility, and the Concordia University & Community Athletic Complex which opened in 2011.

Lake Oswego

Lake Oswego is a community rich with art, culture, historical resources, quality schools, vibrant business districts, and an abundance of activities and events for all ages. Whether you are looking for a multi-million dollar estates on the lake or a peaceful, quiet street in an established neighborhood there is a wide variety of housing options in Lake Oswego. Whether you are new to town or considering moving to Lake Oswego or a current resident, you will find there’s never a week when there isn’t some kind of activity, class, or event to participate in. Throughout the year, popular community events including the Farmers’ Market, Summer Concerts, Movies in the Park, Independence Day Celebration, Festival of the Arts, and Tree Lighting Ceremony are free and open to the public. With hundreds of ongoing classes and programs offered through Parks and Recreation and the Adult Community Center, Public Library, Luscher Farm, Tennis Center, and Municipal Golf Course, there is something for everyone.

Cedar Mill

The community of Cedar was established in the mid 1800’s. Cedar Mill grew up around the site of a water-driven sawmill established by Justus Jones and his son John Halsey Jones in 1855. In 1869 they sold the mill to John Quincy Adams Young and his partner, William Rust Everson. The area was originally heavily wooded, but as more land was cleared, the economy shifted to agriculture. Large employers in the area include Nike, Intel, Epson, Tektronix and other high tech firms. Although many new housing developments are being built, there are also many trees and farms in the area. Excellent Beaverton public schools in and around the Cedar Mill area include Terra Linda, Cedar Mill, Bonny Slope, and West Tualatin View elementary schools; Cedar Park and Stoller middle schools; and Sunset High School, all a part of the Beaverton School District. Private schools include Catlin Gabel School, Prince of Peace Lutheran School,[20] and St. Pius X Catholic School.

Raleigh Hills

Raleigh Hills is an established neighborhood conveniently located between downtown Portland and Beaverton offering quiet residential streets with homes ranging from the 1950’s to new construction. A wide variety of grocery stores and other shopping options surround Raleigh Hills. The Raleigh Hills School is one of the few K-8 schools in the Beaverton school district. The area was originally named after Raleigh Robinson, a resident of the neighborhood. A post office named Raleigh was established in the area April 1892, and was closed twelve years later. Southern Pacific’s Red Electric line had a stop in Raleigh from 1914 until the line ceased operation in 1929. A Raleigh Hills branch of the Portland post office was opened in 1968. The median income for a household in the neighborhood is $60,714, and the median income for a family is $83,300.

Portland Heights

As Rose City residents were trying rise above the smoke, sawdust and mud of their city’s industries and waterfront at the start of the 20th Century, they couldn’t do any better than a home in Portland Heights, originally an area defined by Southwest Montgomery on the west, 16th Avenue on the east, Jackson Street on the north and Elizabeth Street on the south. Portland Heights got its start in the 1880s but really got its foothold when the Portland Cable Railway Company built a line that ran from Union Station, along Fifth Avenue and to the heights in 1889. Today, Portland Heights boasts some of the most exclusive multi-million dollar homes in Portland.  The views and proximity to downtown continue to make Portland Heights an enduring high-end area of luxurious homes.