Do You Need to Sell Your Irvington House Fast?
The housing market in the Irvington area has been taking off over the last several years. You might be asking yourself "how can I sell my house fast?" As in today, this month or as soon as possible. We give Portland home owners cash for their homes and we're looking to purchase houses in the Irvington Area.
Irvington neighborhood covers 583 acres in Northeast Portland. In the area there are over 3,000 households containing over 6,500 residents. On its northern border lies King, Sabin, and Alameda; to the east, Irvington borders Grant Park; to the south, Irvington borders Sullivan's Gulch and the Lloyd District; and to the west, Irvington borders Eliot. Irvington residents are walking distance from Northeast Broadway Street which contains a variety businesses. Please get in touch so we can help.
Why Sell to Us?
As many people find out, selling your house can be very expensive and sometimes fairly complicated. With our simple approach we make it easy and take the complications out of selling your Irvington home. There are a number of benefits when working with us, including:
- No bank financing
- No sales commission
- No fees of any kind
- No inspections (we're licensed contractors)
- No waiting, we can get you cash in days
Sell house fast today. If you own a home in the Irvington area and are looking to sell today for cash, please contact us today to set up an appointment. We'll make you an all cash offer and take the hassle of selling off of your mind.
Irvington Neighborhood in Portland OR
Irvington neighborhood has a great mix of historic, community, and commercial features. Residence of Irvington live walking distance from Lloyd Center Mall which contains an abundance of places to purchase clothing, food, technology, and other amenities. Residents have access to Irvington Park which is comprised of 16 acres of beautiful nature. Irvington is also home to Irvington Club which is a non-profit tennis club. Another great facility is Matt Dishman Community Center which offers everything from a fitness room to a party room. With many historically significant houses, the neighborhood offers walking tours of the Historic neighborhood. Residents have easy access to Trimet bus routes, five of which run through the neighborhood. The neighborhood contains 3.2 miles of bike lanes.
Irvington neighborhood was named after Captain William Irving, a Scottish sailor who came to Portland in 1849. Irving purchased a large block of land when he came to Portland, but after he died his widow and son sold off pieces of the property. Today, the neighborhood is a part of the National Register of Historic Places.
Irvington neighborhood households are occupied by an even amount of renters and owners. The neighborhood has a variety of home styles ranging from bungalow to Georgian Colonials. Home size ranges from modest to grand mansion. Many of these homes were built in the early 20th century. Throughout the neighborhood, more than 75 houses have been designated historically significant. In 2015, the median price per home was 657,000$.
- Needs Repairs
- Fire Damaged
- Unwanted Property
- Water Damaged
- Rental Properties
- Unfinished Construction
- Single Family Homes
- Multi-Family Homes
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