In the recent Gold Nugget Awards, we were thrilled to take home the award for Best Community Land Plan and be named a top-five finalist for Masterplan Community of the Year! The Gold Nugget Awards are the oldest and most prestigious design awards in the nation.
As homebuyers grow more eco-conscious, smart home devices make it easier than ever to save energy, time, and money. But, with more and more new products released every day, it can be difficult to know what’s right for your lifestyle.
Feel like you can’t catch a break in today’s red-hot real estate market? You’re not alone! What was once a buyers market in Oregon has turned into a fast-paced sellers market thanks to a combination of low interest rates, lack of supply, and demographic trends. So, it’s no surprise that the house-hunting climate in Portland is so competitive right now.
With the launch of the new Providence Health Center - Reed’s Crossing, planned to open later this year, our master-planned community in South Hillsboro is set to become a beacon of wellness for residents and visitors.
Feeling stuck in a rut? Color has the ability to enhance our overall mood and well-being, and that’s why it’s so important to understand how certain hues impact your emotions. While some shades inspire and uplift, others could have the opposite effect — without you even realizing it.
For American homeowners, a large backyard has long been a status symbol, and for many it used to top the list of “must-haves” when searching for a new home. However, as the balance tips toward shoppers looking for small-footprint homes, cities are focusing on denser housing — leaving some to ask, “Where have all the big yards gone?”
If you’re thinking about moving to Oregon but aren’t sure which area is right for you, you might consider the city of Hillsboro. With its historic downtown district and vibrant neighborhoods – such as Reed’s Crossing, South Hillsboro, Amber Glen, and Tanasbourne – Hillsboro is known as one of the best small cities in Oregon.
Online searches for questions like “Are we in a housing bubble?” or “Is the housing market going to crash?” have seen a huge increase over the past year, according to Google Search. And in the past few months, we’ve received a number of comments and messages from home shoppers who love our community, but say they are “just waiting for the real estate bubble to burst.” Unfortunately, those who are waiting to buy a new home may end up disappointed – because experts agree that the U.S. is in a housing boom, not a bubble.
Over the past few years, life has changed drastically around the world, giving many a chance to take stock and reevaluate their lives to determine what matters most. While it may seem cliche, the dawning of a new year offers a chance to start with a clean slate.
‘Tis the season of giving, and as the holidays draw near you may be wondering about the best ways to help give back to your community. To get you started, we’ve gathered 15 simple acts of charity that can make a real impact on someone’s life this holiday season, whether you’re looking to donate your unique skills, your money, or your time.
When you buy a new house, you’re buying a blank canvas that can be personalized to your heart's content. You’ll be making design decisions about everything inside and outside of your new space, including where to put furniture, what art to hang, and the best color palettes for each season. The creative possibilities are endless.
Since the grand opening of Reed’s Crossing in 2019, homebuyers have fallen in love with our community and everything it has to offer. In fact, we recently reached the benchmark of 500 home closings, exceeding even our own lofty goals for the first two years.
Many visitors and transplants to the Portland metro area wonder: Is Portland dog-friendly? The answer is a resounding yes! In fact, Portland has been named one of the most dog-friendly cities in the entire country.
If the past year and a half have taught us anything, it’s that community support is fundamental for a healthy lifestyle. Being part of a nurturing community can broaden your horizons and your worldview, making you feel that you’re part of something bigger and positively affecting your overall well-being. Despite all of this, community is often the last thing home shoppers are thinking about when they’re on the hunt for a new place to settle down.
Across the nation, multigenerational homes for sale are on the rise as people rediscover the many perks of keeping family and friends close. Also referred to as “multi-gen” or “next-gen,” these new homes are uniquely designed to provide a balance of features and layouts for all ages and life stages.
Recently, we sat down with new Reed’s Crossing resident Jessica Schmidt, who documented the eight-month journey of buying and building her family’s new David Weekley home on Instagram – so she could share the joy and excitement with friends and family around the globe.