Cash For Homes
Cowlitz County, WA
Need to sell a home in Cowlitz County? We buy homes!
Sell your home in Cowlitz County fast and stress free. Whatever your reasons for selling, we get you cash FAST! We are a professional cash for home buyer.
We Buy Houses in the Entire Portland Metro Area
We’re interested in buying properties in any condition located throughout Portland, Vancouver, and the surrounding area.
We have bought and sold homes in…
- Lake Oswego
- West Linn
- Oregon City
- Battle Ground
- Salmon Creek
- Clark County
- Cowlitz County
- Many more cities!
Not sure if we buy homes in your area? Reach out to us by calling 360-558-3338. We’ll work with you to get you a cash offer for your home or put you in touch with someone who can.
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Call us at 360-558-3338 or, complete our form below for a free, no obligation offer.
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Why should you Sell to Vancouver Redevelopment?
Selling a home in Portland can be complicated but we break it down into a simple three step process. If you are looking to sell a home in Portland please contact us today to set up an appointment. We buy homes and the entire process can be completed in as little as 7 days.
About Portland, OR
This dynamic and often colorful community is located on the Oregon side of the Columbia River and is split by the Willamette River. The metropolitan area is made up of several suburban cities all within 15 miles of downtown Portland. As the original commerce center of Oregon, Portland is the largest city in the state and home to a diverse population, culture, recreation, and history. It’s known for its parks, bridges and bicycle paths, as well as for its eco-friendliness and its microbreweries and coffeehouses. Iconic Washington Park encompasses sites from the formal Japanese Garden to Oregon Zoo and its railway. The city hosts thriving art, theater and music scenes.
History of Portland, OR
Portland Oregon, was originally known to traders, trappers and settlers of the 1800s as “The Clearing,” a small stopping place along the west bank of the Willamette River used by travelers en route between Oregon City and Fort Vancouver. Massachusetts sea captain John Couch logged an encouraging assessment of the river’s depth adjacent to “The Clearing,” noting its promise of accommodating large ocean-going vessels, which could not ordinarily travel up-river as far as Oregon City, the largest Oregon settlement at the time. In 1843, William Overton and Asa Lovejoy filed a 640 acres land claim with Oregon’s provisional government that encompassed the area.
In 1940, Portland was on the brink of an economic and population boom, fueled literally by over $2 billion spent by the U.S. Congress on expanding the Bonneville Power Administration, and figuratively by the need to produce materiel for Great Britain’s increased preparations for war, and to meet the needs of the U.S. home front.
During the dot-com boom of the mid-to-late 1990s, Portland saw an influx of people in their 20s and 30s, drawn by the promise of a city with abundant nature, urban growth boundaries, cheaper rents, and opportunities to work in the graphic design and Internet industries, as well as for companies like Doc Martens, Nike, Adidas, and Wieden+Kennedy. When this economic bubble burst, the city was left with a large creative population. Also, when the bubble burst in Seattle and San Francisco, even more artists streamed into Portland, drawn in part by its relatively low cost of living, for a West Coast city. In 2000 the U.S. census indicated there were over 10,000 artists in Portland.