Beaverton Real Estate

Beaverton is Portland, Oregon’s friendly neighbor to the west. When people like easy access to the city while maintaining relaxed suburban life, they often find Beaverton to be their home.

Beaverton’s job market is as booming as ever. While California may have it’s Silicon Valley, many have come to know Beaverton as the Silicon Forest with it’s powerful tech market. Being just 7 miles east of Portland, some residents have a very short commute to a job in Portland.

Beaverton makes for a fantastic location for families with kids. Beaverton School District received top marks, with a grade of A+ by Crime in Beaverton is astoundingly low at 45% lower than the national average.

The city has more than a hundred parks as well as plenty of hiking and biking trails so those seeking outdoor recreation need look no further. If you’re a fan of golf, Beaverton has 2 of its own 18 hole courses for you to try out.

Beaverton’s local farmers market offers it residents a taste of their own locally grown food. The Washington Square mall is a huge shopping center with just about everything one could need.

Beaverton offers a great job market, a great place for kids and families, and a huge recreation scene. It’s difficult to find this well rounded of a city at this location so near a city which is exactly why Beaverton stands among the best cities in Oregon to live in.
Pacific Lifestyle Homes Inc
Cascade Hasson Sotheby's International Realty
John L. Scott Portland Central

Beaverton - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Beaverton: $621,100 / County Avg $762,500


Avg Taxes in Beaverton: $4,900 / County Avg $5,000


Avg Sq. Ft. in Beaverton: 2,017 / County Avg 2,263


Avg Price per/sqft in Beaverton:$308 / County Avg $337


Avg Walkscore in Beaverton: 32 / County Avg 26


Avg Year Built in Beaverton: 1995 / County Avg 2001


Avg Days on Website in Beaverton: 84 / County Avg 85


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