The Summerfield neighborhood in lights! (Tigard, Oregon)

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Respect Realty LLC 200311024

Yes, it is Christmas time again and that means the neighborhoods are all lit up with Christmas lights. So, the family put on our Christmas hats, turned on the Christmas music, put new batteries in the camera, and headed out.

The Summerfield neighborhood is a neighborhood with the average days on the market of the homes sold in the last 30 days being only 3 days. For more on that please visit my Summerfield home sales page.

But, here is what me and my family got to experience tonight as we went out in the neighborhood. I hope you enjoy them as much as we did. Come back tomorrow night for another neighborhood and even more pictures.

 

Merry Christmas



Todd Clark - broker
Kastings & Associates
Phone: (503)524-9494
Fax: (503)622-8739

 

                                                                

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Rainer
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Great pictures Todd. It seems to me that more and more people are decorating their homes for the holidays. I would love to get a Limo and just drive around to different neighborhoods and look at the decorations (hard to really enjoy it all when you have to drive).

Cheers!

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Todd, Again, great pictures.  It is great that you are finding so many nicely decorated houses.
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