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Greg and Laura
2235 NE 46th Ave
Portland, OR 97213
2235 NE 46th Ave
Portland, OR 97213
OR Licensed #818699-93
Columbia Redevelopment is a Portland, OR based company that purchases residential property in the greater Oregon and SW Washington region. Our all cash, “as-is”, no fee purchases provide immediate results. Whether you have a vacant lot or a home in need of extensive repairs, we have the experience and ability to structure a purchase to address even the most complicated situation.If you have property for sale or have questions about the services we provide, please contact us today!
7 Projects for Columbia Redevelopment
Sellwood, Portland OR Traditional Remodel
Completely Restored 1911 Craftsman Home
Craftsman Style Home
Remodeled Grant Park Home in Portland, OR
New home in Beaumont, Portland OR
North Portland 1939 Cottage
Beaumont-Wilshire Contemporary Home
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3 Reviews for Columbia Redevelopment
My mother passed away in Jan and the estate was looking for someone to sell the house to. We were working with someone originally who did not feel right, he seemed in a big rush to get me to sign a contract asap. My mother’s neighbor just sold their house to someone so I inquired as to who they sold to. The owner said they had worked with Greg from Columbia Redevelopment. I decided to give them a call and set up an appointment with Greg. We met with Greg and his wife a few days later. They were very concerned and willing to talk about my mom and her passing, they put no pressure on us to sign a contract or anything, and then let us know what they were willing to do for us and what their plans for the house would be. We told them that we could not give them an answer right away and that we needed to think about it, they we very respectful and gave us our space. We decided to use Greg 2 days later. He was very good about walking us through the process of closing. Any questions I had, and there were a lot, he always responded quickly and professionally. After Greg was done with the house he gave us a walk through and let us see the finished product. His company did a great job remodeling the house. I just want to thank Greg for making the process of selling the house so easy during such a difficult time.
February 3, 2014
I sold my house to Columbia Redevelopment, Inc., in the spring of 2013. I worked with Greg Perrin, and I found him to be honest and easy to work with. I had moved out of Oregon, and Greg sent a letter expressing interest in buying my home. At that time, I did not know him or his company, and I did not know whether to trust that he was actually interested in making a purchase. I called anyway, and we arranged a time for him to do a walk-through of the house. He made an offer shortly after the walk-through, and things moved along easily after that. The house sale was closed within about six weeks. Greg was professional, cordial, and flexible in my dealings with him. I enjoyed working with him and he made the home-sale experience easy and pleasant.
January 21, 2014
I needed to empty and sell my Mom's house in SW Portland last summer. During the month that it took to get ready for a huge sale, I talked with several realtors who gave me a good idea of what they thought they could sell the house for. I was not ready to list with the realtors, though. During the estate sale, I met Greg and Laura, who were interested in the house and property. They made an offer that was very enticing. I calculated that by the time i paid to get the house ready to sell, tested the fuel tank for leaks and backfilling, paid the real estate commission and any other costs a buyer may require before purchasing, I decided that a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. Their offer penciled out to be just about what I could expect to receive if a realtor sold my Mom's house. The bonus was that I could have the sale completed immediately. The realtors I talked with did not know just when the house would sell, so I would be looking at yard maintenance and continued utility bills until the property finally sold. Bottom line, I accepted their offer and within a couple of weeks, the paperwork was completed and the full purchase price was in Mom's bank account. Greg and Laura were great to work with, up front and fair. I did not know them- they were total strangers and I lived out of town, so being very responsive to questions and easy and available for any communication was really important. Following through on their word went a long way toward building trust. Overall, I am very satisfied with my experience with Greg and Laura and their company, Columbia Redevelopment and would recommend them and their services.
January 15, 2014
Commented: We'd love to hear what you think of these before and after photos.The new cabinets and flooring look great. Did you have them made locally here in Portland? I especially like the built-ins around the fireplace. Nice job!
May 1, 2014 in Before & After
Commented: Do you subscribe to any design or remodeling magazines? Which ones?We still subscribe to Architectural Digest, This Old House, and Martha Stewart. Although Martha Stewart is probably just as much for the cookie recipes as it is for the design ideas!
April 24, 2014 in Design Dilemma