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Tualatin, Oregon Real Estate

A wide variety of Tualatin properties in Washington County, Oregon featuring beautiful settings, acreage and amenities are available to buy. The real estate market in Tualatin is comprised of a mix of condominiums, townhouses, single-family homes for sale, new homes and luxury homes. Condominiums and townhouses range from $200,000 to $600,000 and can be found in areas such as Tualatin Village, Orchard Hill and Villas on the Lake. Some properties offer additional amenities such as community facilities.

Single-family homes range in price from $250,000 to $3 million plus and can be found in neighborhoods such as Liberty Oaks, Autumn Woods, Apache Bluff, Dakota Hills, Fox Hills and Wilhelm Farms. Custom homes with waterfront locations overlooking the Tualatin River are available as are lots and land for custom building.
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Tualatin Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Oregon

One of the fastest growing communities in Oregon, the city of Tualatin offers its residents all they could ask for: a strong local economy, excellent schools, affordable real estate, a low crime rate, plenty of recreational opportunities and beautiful tree-lined residential neighborhoods. The Oregon community has been awarded to Tree City, USA designation every year since 1987.

Home to approximately 26,000 residents, this community is located 14 miles south of Portland just off I-5, which allows Tualatin to retain its small-town feel and yet be close to the amenities of a large metropolitan area. Neighboring communities such as Sherwood, Wilsonville and Newberg offer much of the same. Residents come together many times during year for a host of wonderful events. The Tualatin Crawfish Festival is the oldest in the nation and has been held for more than 50 years. This event is held here every August and provides family entertainment, arts and crafts and, of course, lots of crawfish and other foods. Other popular events include the annual Celebrate Tualatin event, Summer Concerts in the Commons and the Tualatin Holiday Auction.

Tualatin boasts a host of recreational activities found in more than 200 acres of parks and greenways, ball fields and nature trails on the Tualatin River. The city has been recognized and has won awards for its overall excellent quality of life. Tualatin strives to maintain beautiful surroundings and safe, well-kept neighborhoods for residents. Tualatin real estate options consist of condominiums, townhouses, short sales, bank owned, REO, HUD, foreclosures, single-family homes for sale, luxury homes, and land and lots for custom building.

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