Portland, OR New Homes for Sale

New Construction Homes Portland Oregon

Find all new homes for sale in Portland, Oregon. For more information about Portland's newest homes, simply click on the individual properties below to view their full description. The new homes displayed are sorted by most recent listings first. To schedule a showing, please contact one of our local Portland real estate experts.

Always get the latest new construction properties for sale; this page is updated several times each day directly from the RMLS. Be sure to bookmark this page to keep track of the latest listings. Be sure to register for a free account so that you can receive email alerts whenever newly-built  properties (that match your criteria) come on the market.

Available Portland New Construction Listings

Portland New Home Statistics October 31, 2020
208
Listed
107
Avg. DOM
$343.97
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$699,900
Med. List Price
208 Properties
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The content relating to real estate for sale on this web site comes in part from the IDX program of the RMLS® of Portland, Oregon. Real estate listings held by brokerage firms other than Great Vancouver Homes are marked with the RMLS® logo, and detailed information about these properties includes the names of the listing brokers. Listing content is copyright © 2020 RMLS®, Portland, Oregon.

This content last updated on October 31, 2020. Some properties which appear for sale on this site may subsequently have sold or may no longer be available. All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. IDX and listing information is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing.

Portland New Home Info

New houses represent an opportunity to live in a stylistically up-to-date home with contemporary interiors and exteriors. What’s more, newly-built homes in Portland are more structurally dependable than older resale homes. The combination of aesthetics and reliability has always been a draw for home buyers. Here are some tips for buying a new home in Portland.

Using a Buyer’s Agent

Buyers’ interests are best served by working directly with a buyer’s agent, not the builder’s agent. Buyers' agents represent your interests. They help put together a strong offer, negotiate on your behalf. As questions arise, your agent's understanding of the home buying process becomes invaluable.

Furthermore, not all builders put the same level of craftsmanship into their homes. The materials they use can vary widely. An excellent and experienced real estate agent can help buyers identify potential shortcomings.

New Home Inspections

A lot of folks wonder if an inspection on a new home is worth it. After all, everything is brand new – what could be wrong with a new house? Experience shows that a professional home inspection can reveal big issues like code violations down to small details like a missing garage door sensor.

Be sure that you and your agent conduct a "blue tape" walkthrough to identify any construction flaws (paint swirls, nail holes in walls, shoddy caulking, etc.) What's more, a final walkthrough, just before closing, allows you to make sure all previously-identified issues are fixed.

New Construction Home Warranties

If you buy from a reputable builder, they will offer a warranty on all homes they sell. Their warranty should be in writing and include details about what is covered and for how long.

Warranties should include coverage for any defects with the house’s major systems and structural components (HVAC, plumbing, roof, foundation, etc.) Appliances like refrigerators and ovens will be covered separately, usually by each item's manufacturer, not as a part of the builder’s warranty.

Depending on the state in which you buy a newly-built home, warranties may last up to 10 years.

Builders’ Purchase Agreements (Contract)

Builders sell homes using propriety purchase agreements put together by their attorneys, not the same form your state REALTOR® association publishes. While a builder’s purchase contract may mirror many of the terms and conditions commonly found in the more-widely-used state association's contract, a careful reading by you and your agent comes highly recommended. Don't be afraid to ask for clarification on any deal point, both from your agent and the builder's agent.

One standard provision found in proprietary contracts is dispute resolution and arbitration clauses. This means you agree to work with a neutral third-party arbitrator instead of suing a builder in court should any problems arise.

New Home Search

Be sure to bookmark this page to keep track of the latest new construction listings in Portland. The feed on this page is updated several times per day from for the most extensive Portland MLS. Each listing includes general information about the property including price, year built, size of the new home (square feet), size of the lot and the number of bedrooms and bathrooms. Home shoppers can also check the number of days on market (DOM), the MLS number, and the status (active or pending). Exterior features like swimming pools, fencing, and the type of lot the homes sits on will be displayed. Interior features like the kind of HVAC, heating, or cooling systems will be show. You can check out local schools, maps (satellite and street views), and local amenities.

Portland New Home Realtors®

Buying or selling a home? If you're looking to buy a new home, contact us to speak with a Portland real estate specialist; a LOCAL experts that can answer all of your home buying and Portland neighborhood questions.

If you're planning to sell your home in the Portland area, Portland listing agents can provide dates and prices of recently sold homes nearby, up-to-date Portland real estate market information, and previous sales history. Be sure to ask about our strategic marketing capabilities that help sell homes faster and at the best possible price.