If home just isn’t where the heart is anymore, it may be time to move on. You might not like the cramped rooms, or the lack of light, or the view of your neighbor’s brick wall or maybe it’s something you can’t even put your finger on?
Countdown to winter is on, but don’t fret – there’s still time to squeeze in a few trails under the gentle, autumn sun. From easy strolls to moderate day-hikes here are four fall adventures sure to satisfy all skill and energy levels – just before the first raindrops fall.
If the chaos of city living is making you want to escape to the suburbs you’re not alone. The growing coronavirus pandemic is having a considerable impact on the U.S. housing market by shaping consumer behavior.
Join us on Facebook Live as we present the Reed’s Crossing Tour of Homes – brought to you live via drone! This fun, virtual exploration will give you a unique look at our developing community, flying you through Reed’s Crossing
If you’ve decluttered your home as part of your spring cleaning or shelter in place boredom, and now you’re wondering what to do with all those boxes and bags of unwanted stuff, don’t head over to Goodwill just yet.
Seeing is believing, especially when it comes to buying a home. So, for home shoppers in the era of the novel coronavirus, finding a home you love may seem like an uphill battle. The homebuying process used to include touring lots of homes in person before making a final decision.
The well-being of our residents and visitors is our priority. We are postponing previously-scheduled community events in the immediate future. Our model homes remain open and you can view virtual home tours as well.
When thinking about purchasing a home, having a crystal ball foretelling the future of the housing market would definitely be helpful – so we’ve done the next best thing. By gathering information from professional sources, we’ve compiled a list of housing predictions for you to keep an eye on in the coming year. Welcome to the roarin’ 20’s!
Finding autumn colors around Portland is as easy as a casual stroll, but if you’re looking for more of a physical challenge, we’ve compiled our list of the five most spectacularly vibrant fall hikes near Reed’s Crossing.
With the holidays upon us, it’s important to remember that sometimes gifts that cost nothing mean everything. The true spirit of the season is kindness and we can highlight it with gifts of time, energy and thoughtfulness.
The City of Hillsboro has a long history of supporting the arts to enhance community engagement and, in the near future, when living at Reed’s Crossing, you’ll be close to the heart of this growing movement.