While at the beginning of the year it seemed like Millennials and Generation Z were going to take hold of the housing market in 2020, the pandemic drastically changed that prediction.For the first
Portland Holiday Events All Newbies Should Know About
If you are new to Portland this holiday season, you may not know all that we have to offer in the way of events and holiday cheer. Here are a few of our traditions you should definitely know about.
Portland’s annual ZooLights at the Oregon Zoo seems to be getting bigger and better each year with 1.5 million lights twinkling on display in 2017. ZooLights is a Portland holiday must.
Portland’s Singing Christmas Tree
The Singing Christmas Tree has been a Pacific Northwest tradition for over 50 years. With a choir of over 300 people, it’s a spectacular event every year. Although it’s over for this year, the list wouldn’t be complete without it and something to put on the list for next year!
The largest light show in the region, the Portland International Raceway invites families and holiday light enthusiasts to come drive through over two hundred light displays. A great way to celebrate the holiday without having to walk around the chilly outside.
Christmas Ship Parade
Starting with a single boat in 1954, Portland has created a holiday celebration of its very own. These days between 50-60 boat owners design and decorate their vessels in holiday lights and travel the rivers for anyone along the banks who wishes to see. Restaurants and hotels along the river have become popular viewing places for this unique Portland tradition. Check out the website to the parade schedule and weather updates.
George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker
The Nutcracker is by no means a Portland specific holiday tradition, but it is good to the talented Oregon Ballet Theater performs this classic each years.
For Mark Ross, founder of Ross NW Real Estate and professional real estate broker, real estate has always been the career of choice. During his 25+ years in the industry, Mark has gained experience in....
Latest Blog Posts
It's been six months since many of us were last in the office, tapping away on our ergonomic keyboards and drawing on whiteboards in conference rooms during (gasp!) in-person meetings.Since then, we