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Looking for Luxury in Portland, OR

Home to over 640,000 people, Portland, Oregon is a city known for its diverse array of dining opportunities, dynamic arts scene, thriving nightlife, public parks and incredible scenery. If you’re looking to find your dream luxury home and settle down in the City of Roses, get in touch with Terrie Cox, RE/MAX Equity Group today.

Portland, OR Luxury Homes for Sale

From historic Tudors, Victorians and Colonials to contemporary homes and everything in between, Portland lays claim to a multitude of architectural styles that are sure to please luxury homebuyers. Whether you’re searching for a luxury penthouse in the heart of downtown Portland or an upscale home nestled on a few acres in the surrounding suburbs, Terrie will help you find a property that measures up to your impeccable standards.

Selling a Luxury Home in Portland, OR

If you’re looking to sell your beautiful Portland, OR luxury home, trust the knowledge and experience of Terrie Cox, a true Pacific Northwest native. With over 30 years of experience in the Portland-Vancouver real estate market, Terrie understands how to get full and over-asking-price offers for luxury homes in the Portland, OR area.

When you work with Terrie, you’ll receive first-rate service from the #5-ranked individual RE/MAX residential Broker in the U.S. She knows how to stage your home to attract the right buyer and how to promote your listing in the Portland market to generate interest. Every step of the way, she’ll go above and beyond to help make sure your luxury home sells for what it’s worth.

Contact Terrie Cox

In need of top-notch service when listing, selling and/or purchasing a Portland luxury home? Turn to the trusted expertise of Terrie Cox, a World-Ranked RE/MAX Broker. Call or text Terrie directly at 360-699-5100 or 360-607-4100 today. She’ll respond quickly with a detailed message, and get started right away to help make the purchasing or selling process effortless.

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