Blog Stories From RV to Home with RV Parking

From RV to Home with RV Parking

By Living Room Realty, January 9, 2019

Tom and Patty reached out to me 3 years ago when they were thinking about selling their home in Arizona and moving out to be with their daughter in Oregon. They would drive their RV out on visits and spend time learning SE neighborhoods that were a distance from Woodstock, so they had more space, but not too far of a drive away. We would meet and talk through the process of buying a home here in Oregon, while they were preparing their home to sell in Arizona. We would see homes that “looked good in the photos”… famous last words. Finally, they sold their home in AZ and made the trek up to the PNW in their RV. Little did they know, they were moving up to Portland in one of the oddest real estate market years in a long time (2018). They were in their RV for a year, and it wasn’t until the very end of the year that we found the house. The one-level with amazing landscaping, RV parking in Milwaukie house. We found their home and I couldn’t be happier to help them move from their RV into their home with RV parking! Congratulations Tom and Patty!

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