Green Homes

  • SOLD! 1-Level Mid-Century Treasure

    A true Mid-Century Prize, move in ready with all the updates you want and need for comfortable living. AC, hardwoods, high eff furnace are just the start!

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  • SOLD FOR WELL OVER ASKING PRICE! Powell Butte Ranch – $279,000

    OPEN HOUSE Tuesday 6/18 11-2pm 4100 SE 132nd Ave. Portland Or 97236 LISTED FOR $279,000 | SOLD FOR $318,000 This dreamy one-level Ranch was originally built in 1964 and is oozing period charm inside and out with perfect mixture of new and old, as this home was lovingly rebuilt in 2005 after enduring a house…

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  • SOLD for $350,000! St. Johns Homestead

    OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 5/19 11-1PM 10167 N. Iris Way Portland OR 97203 This updated Bungalow is oozing with charm and function inside and out, so you can move right in and start living the quintessential Portland dream life! Enter from the cheery front porch, and you’re greeted with gorgeous hardwoods and formal living and dining…

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  • kitchen storage for a zero-waste home

    How to Have a Zero-Waste Home

    Getting to a zero-waste home can seem like a daunting task, even if we’re a Portlander born-and-bred. But zero-waste is attainable. Like most new things in life, we may just need a little help getting started in the right direction, and access to the right tools to make it happen. Here are a few tips and…

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  • Energy Trust of Oregon promotes greener living

    Energy Trust of Oregon: What It Is and How It Works

    One of Our State’s Best Non-Profits The official line is that the Energy Trust of Oregon is an “independent non-profit that helps utility customers in Oregon benefit from efficient energy use and generating renewable energy.” But what does that really mean? It’s a kick-ass organization that helps Oregonians save money and stay as green as…

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  • Portland BPS supports green building

    Meet Portland’s Leader in Green Building: The Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS)

    Portland: A World Leader in Green Living Have you ever wondered how Portland came to be such a world leader as a green city? Firstly, we were the first city in the U.S. to adopt a Climate Action Plan (CAP). Secondly, we’re the first city to be hot on the trail of transitioning from fossil…

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  • Pearl District Bikes Help Green Building Initiatives

    Green Building Practices and How They Help

    Portland is lauded as one of the greenest cities in the nation and for good reason. We’re growing incredibly fast. But that rapid growth means the city has had to implement some intentional practices to keep everyone healthy and the future golden. These concepts don’t mean a resurgence of recycling and community gardens. We’ve got…

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  • Improve your home energy score

    How To Get a Better Home Energy Score

    The new Home Energy Score highlights the Energy Features of a home, helps you buy wisely, anticipate energy usage, and better discover energy solutions.  In true earth-friendly Portland fashion, the real estate process will be leaning more green. Beginning January 1, 2018 the new Home Energy Score kicks in. What is this all about, you…

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