Relocating to Portland Oregon

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There are many employment opportunities in Portland. Intel has over 17,000 employees. Nike, Inc. employs over 7,000; Tektronix has 6,000 plus employees. Relocating to Portland Oregon is a wise more if you are in the tech industry.

Just seven miles away you’ll find Beaverton Oregon. Beaverton is home to Linux Technology Center (IBM), Maxim Integrated Products, and VeriWave. Portland’s location is beneficial for several industries due to lower energy costs, accessible resources, North-South and East-West Interstates, international air terminals, large marine shipping facilities, and intercontinental railroads.

Portland Oregon Relocation

We understand the apprehensions and stress that can be caused when relocating to Portland Oregon. Take the time to list your goals, along with what is important in a property. The seasoned team at the Meadows Group Realtors will match your needs to the home that is right for you – on the first try.

In 2010 Gary Potts closed 50 homes. He knows the lifestyle and advantages of each community. Cooper Mountain, Murrayhill, Tigard, Hillsboro, Portland, and Beaverton Oregon homes for sale are clean, modern, and family-friendly. The wineries, great restaurants, parks, and activities keep residents busy throughout the year. The Portland Rose Festival takes place each June. The World Forestry Center and Hoyt Arboretum are entertaining and educational.

Shopping? If you’re relocating to Portland Oregon, you’ll find a shopper’s delight! Visit Downtown Portland, Nob Hill, the Pearl District, and Lloyd District. Malls include Bridgeport Village, Washington Square, Clackamas Town Center, Vancouver Mall, and Pioneer Place. You’ll revel in the bazaar-like Portland Saturday market.

Gary Potts and the Meadows Group take the unknowns out of relocating. Let us take you from a broad range of options on the MLS, to a narrowed down list of options, to your dream home – possibly before you even get here! Contact Gary Potts today.