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Happy Labor Day Weekend!

by Amy McLeod Group

Exploring Salem Oregon: Rogue Farms Labor Day Garage Sale

by Amy McLeod Group


Stock up for Labor Day at our Garage Sale! Discounts on all things Rogue including cases, kegs and Rogue swag! Join us on Saturday or Sunday for a Hop Harvest Tour while you're here! Food, Ales, and lawn games at the tasting room as well! 

Chatoe Rogue
3590 Wigrich Rd Ne
Independence, OR 97351

503-838-9813

www.rogue.com

Courtesy of Amy McLeod, The McLeod Group Network

Photo Credit: travelsalem.com

7 Important Home Repairs to Do Right After Moving Out

by Amy McLeod Group


Congratulations: You're moving out, and on to your next home! Now all you have to do is pack up your things and skedaddle, right?

Not so fast. If you're still trying to sell your current home, you'll want to make sure it looks its best, which means you might have to make a few repairs. And there's no better time to do this than after you've removed all your boxes and furnishings, since this means you've got plenty of space to get the job done right (and with minimal mess).

Granted, you might have already made some upgrades during the early stages of sales prep ... but moving out means you could uncover a whole lot more. And trust us, buyers will notice!

Of course, if you've already sold your home, you're off the hook ... but if not, it will behoove you to do these seven upgrades after moving out. Don't worry, they're fairly easy, and they'll make a big difference helping you find a buyer who'll pay top dollar.

1. Patch holes in walls

Seeing walls with holes—even small holes left by nails—is an immediate turnoff to home buyers, says Sarah Fishburne, director of trend and design at The Home Depot. But you don't have to repaint your entire house to have your home looking fresh again. A little spackling, followed by spot painting—a cinch if you've kept some original paint—will do the trick. (If you don't have any leftover paint, peel a dollar-size piece from the wall and bring it to the paint store so they can match the color for you.)

If you have only a few holes and scratches, you can fill them with spackling compound, which is sold in small quantifrecities. For a greater number of gashes or holes, use joint compound, which is sold in quarts or 5-gallon buckets.

2. Add a fresh coat of paint to rooms that are outdated or painted in loud colors

Love that plum paint color you chose for your master bedroom? Home buyers might not! The good news is, painting a room is an easy, low-cost project you can do yourself. Selecting the right hue, though, is crucial.

“Neutral colors are generally the safest choice, as they blend with many different decor styles,” says Hunter Macfarlane, Lowe’s project expert. “Gray is a popular color to paint a room before selling, as it gives the walls depth while still tying furniture and other decor items together.”

Moreover, “a fresh coat of paint never hurt resale value,” Fishburne says.

3. Replace old outlet wall plates

This is another quick and budget-friendly way to make a space feel cleaner and updated, Macfarlane says. Proceed with caution, however: Old wall plates can be a fire hazard if they’re cracked or damaged in any way. If you suspect there’s an issue, hire an electrician to replace the wall plates for you.

4. Clean carpeting

Dirty and dingy carpets are huge eyesores, which is why David Pekel, chief executive officer at the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, recommends that homeowners give their house’s carpeting a good cleaning after moving out. You can amp up your vacuum with rug-cleaning products such as powders, foam sprays, and liquid shampoos available at grocery and hardware stores. For stained areas, use a bristled brush to work the cleaning solution into the carpet before allowing it to dry and then vacuuming up.

To remove embedded dirt, you may need to use a powerful industrial-style carpet-cleaning machine, like a Rug Doctor, which sprays hot water with a detergent over the carpet and extracts it with a high-powered vacuum. Industrial carpet cleaners have more washing and sucking power than most consumer carpet cleaners, but they’re expensive to buy—about $400 to $700—so it's more economical to rent one from a hardware store for about $25 to $30 per day.

5. Clean hardwood floors

Many home buyers swoon over hardwood floors. So if you have them, make sure they're glistening after you move out.

“Wood is probably the easiest floor covering to keep clean, but you have to use the right cleaning products,” says Brett Miller, vice president of education and certification for the National Wood Flooring Association in St. Louis.

Most wood floor installers or manufacturers recommend cleaners that contain isopropyl alcohol, which dries quickly, and are available at home supply stores. To make your own solution, simply add a capful of white vinegar to a gallon of water, which will help dissolve grease and grime on the floor but won’t strip the finish. To remove shoe scuffs, rub marks with a tennis ball, which cleans without scratching the finish.

Under no circumstances should you use a steam mop, Miller warns.

“Steam is horrible for wood floors. It opens the pores in woods and damages the finish, causing irreversible damage to any wood floor,” he says. Here's more on how to clean hardwood floors.

6. Replace or refresh old hardware

Swapping out old cabinet and door hardware is a simple, low-cost project you can tackle in a day that will make your home more visually appealing. All you need is a screwdriver and a free afternoon. Want to save some money? Keep your existing hardware and give it a makeover with spray paint—a few light coats can breathe new life and personality into rusty old knobs and pulls.

7. Improve the look and functionality of your master bathroom

full bathroom remodel is expensive; on average, it costs $10,344, according to HomeAdvisor. Just a few changes to your master bathroom, though, can make it one of the most stylish rooms in your house.

Simple touch-ups, like regrouting and recaulking bathroom tile, will make the room look newer. In addition, swapping out inefficient toilets, faucets, and shower heads for products that aid in water conservation can add real appeal to prospective home buyers who are looking to lower their water footprint (and lower their water bill!). A low-flow toilet, for example, uses 20% less water than a standard toilet, and water-saving shower heads can help families save almost 3,000 gallons of water a year.

10 Secrets No One Tells You That'll Help Your House Fetch Top Dollar

by Amy McLeod Group


Maybe you’ve bought and sold a home before, or maybe this is the first time. Regardless, now you need to get top dollar for it. Yes, you can tidy up, bake some cookies so the house smells nice, and place fresh flowers (research says roses, lavender, and fuchsia most sway buyers) around the house. But these are the typical techniques most sellers deploy. Really want to get the best price possible—or even spark a bidding war?

Here are 10 tips that are seldom mentioned in listing houses that just might put your property over the edge.

 
 
 

1. Make sure your mailbox looks amazing

First impressions matter, which is why you should check out your curb appeal. Is the driveway cracked? Is the mailbox old and leaning? The best sales rest on keeping these details in mind.

“Replace the mailbox—literally the first thing people see,” says Teris Pantazes, CEO and co-founder of SettleRite, a pre-sale home improvement company in Baltimore.

2. Make the right use of your rooms

If you use the dining room for a kid's playroom, or if the loft is empty because you don't have a use for it, restage your rooms so they reflect their original purpose. Buyers want to see the space used in a traditional way—with a dining table in the dining room, a desk and chair in the office—to envision themselves living there.

3. Reglaze the bathroom


Bathrooms and kitchens sell houses, and any small improvement that makes those rooms more modern makes a huge difference.“The best tip I use to get top dollar for some of our houses is to reglaze an old bathroom that has a terrible color of tile—like pink or green,” says Michael Pinter, a house flipper in Long Island, NY, with LMPK Properties. "We reglaze the bathroom white for a few hundred dollars, and a dated bathroom will look 30 years younger."

4. Get buyers to fall in love

Russell Volk, a real estate agent with Re/Max Elite serving Bucks County, PA, worked with a home-selling couple who decided to hand-write a one-page letter about their life in the house.

“Their story of how they raised their family and what kind of experiences they had in the home was very personal and emotional,” says Volk. The letter was framed on the kitchen counter for potential buyers to read. One buyer who liked the home absolutely loved the sellers' story—and paid full asking price.

“If sellers can connect with buyers on an emotional level, chances of buyers paying top dollar for the house drastically increase," says Volk.

5. List under value

"Data shows that if you list a home 10% under market value, you will attract 75% of the buyer pool, versus only 30% if you were to list 10% over market value,” says Melissa Colabella, at Sotheby's International Realty. “Yet sellers fear that not leaving room to negotiate leaves money on the table, which is not true.”

In fact, buyers are often motivated to bid by seeing other bids on a property, a dynamic that typically pushes bids above market value.

6. Provide insider information

Make sure to include tidbits in the listing that buyers will appreciate and that they can only get from you: the mention of a popular neighborhood coffee shop, the best Mexican restaurant nearby, or the free library box around the corner. No one knows these details better than you, the homeowner.

7. Describe the neighborhood culture

Think of everything interesting you can about your neighborhood—its proximity to a community pool, street basketball games in the cul-de-sac, the number of dog walkers who gather to chat—and mention them in your listing. The smallest detail can attract a buyer with a teenager, a dog, and kids with swimsuits.

8. Don't forget to list the house extras

The motion-sensitive outdoor lighting, an automatic garage door timer that closes the door before dark, a phone-activated security system, or camera door bell... These bells and whistles may seem banal to you, but they can make sellers feel that everything’s been taken care of for them—and inspire a top-dollar offer.

9. Create a video tour

Most people get great photos and fantastic descriptions. But filming a video tour of the property is inexpensive, can be done by an amateur, and is a novelty that will draw in buyers, says Bryan Stoddard, owner of Homewares Insider, a site exploring all things related to the home.

“If the video is well made, it will showcase exactly the same things that an open house would," he says.

10. Get a home pre-inspection

Yes, the buyers will want their own home inspection, but getting a pre-inspection so that prospective buyers have a general idea of the property's condition before making an offer is a win/win, says Antonio Picillo III, a broker at Exceptional Home Team in Fort Wayne, IN.

Home buyers will be impressed you took the time and effort to get your home pre-inspected to make sure everything is tip-top. It shows a level of integrity and commitment that can be hard to find.

Thinking about selling your home? Contact The McLeod Group Network at 971.208.5093 or [email protected] to find out how much it is worth! 

By: Realtor.com, Jennifer Nelson

147 Greenwood Drive: Darling Cottage in the Country!

by Amy McLeod Group

Salem-Keizer OR Real Estate For Sale
147 Greenwood Drive, Jefferson, OR  97352


Darling Cottage in the Country. Lovingly maintained, 147 Greenwood Drive offers classic features with upgrades… 3 spacious bedrooms, 1.5 baths, newer laminate flooring, fresh interior paint in the bedrooms, new carpet is being installed in bedrooms on 9/6/19, ductless heat and AC, an attached 1 car garage and a spacious fenced backyard for outdoor living and entertaining! A charming front porch invites you into a sun filled living room for comfortable everyday living. Crisp white cabinets, new appliances and an eating area make this kitchen a delight. The three bedrooms are generously sized with ample closet space. The large laundry room helps you keep things organized and tidy. Grillin’ and chillin’ on the rear patio will be your favorite pastime. The sprawling yard offers plenty of space to garden, play and bask in the summer sun! Do not miss out on this beauty in lovely Jefferson OR!

The McLeod Group Network has distinguished themselves as a leader in the Salem Oregon real estate market. As a full service, real estate team - focused on working with our Seller and Buyer clients to help achieve their real estate goals!

We bring a keen eye for the details of buying or selling a Salem Oregon home and seemingly boundless determination and energy, which is why our clients benefit from our unique brand of real estate service. Rooted in Tradition, focused on the Future –The McLeod Group Network will help make the most of your Salem Oregon real estate experience. With over 40 years of combined experience, you can rest assured that your real estate transaction will be handled and cared for with the utmost respect and attention to detail. Give us a call today 503-798-4001 and discover the difference we can make during your family's move.

Exploring Salem Oregon: The Oregon State Fair

by Amy McLeod Group


You wouldn’t believe how many new and different attractions we’re working on to make the Oregon State Fair more fun than ever. Some of us get goose bumps just thinking about it! Because the fact is, you just can’t beat this fine fair when it comes to end-of-the summer fun.

Come see for yourself! Tickets are $6-$8. #findyourfun

Oregon State Fairgrounds
2330 17th Street NE
Salem, OR 97301

971-701-6567

oregonstatefair.org

Courtesy of Amy McLeod, The McLeod Group Network

Photo Credit: travelsalem.com

10 Home Upgrades That Attract Millennial Buyers

by Amy McLeod Group


Think millennials aren't in the market to buy a home? On the contrary, by early 2019, millennials represented 42% of all new home loans. What does this mean for home sellers? It means it's time to start revamping your house to attract these buyers!

Luckily, there are plenty of simple and relatively affordable upgrades homeowners can make that appeal to millennial buyers. We asked the experts to share some of their top tips for attracting these young buyers, so your home can sell in a jiffy.

1. A home office space

Photo by Elms Interior Design 
 

The remote work trend is on the rise for all groups, but especially among millennials. As a result, Kerron Stokes, a real estate agent with Re/Max Leaders in Colorado, suggests showcasing a home's live-work versatility by carving out space for a home office.
 

"More than 13 million Americans work from home, according to the most current U.S. Census data. And all signs point to that trend continuing," Stokes explains. "It doesn’t have to be big, but millennial buyers are looking for somewhere to go for a last-minute conference call or to get additional work done during the day."

Luckily, this is an easy fix for sellers. If you're looking to make your property more attractive to millennial buyers, consider staging one of the smaller bedrooms (or even a bonus space like a nook or alcove) as a home office. It's a small touch, but it will help your potential millennial buyers picture the space working with their lifestyle.

2. Smart tech

Yes, this one seems obvious: Of course millennials are drawn to smart home tech—but what type?

"Appliances such as smart thermostats, smart doorbells, and more that can be controlled from an app are all the rage," Stokes explains. "Connectivity is king when putting a house on the market these days."

Yuri Blanco, owner of Re/Max Executives in Idaho, adds that millennials also crave low-cost tech.

"They crave smart security systems that don’t require a monthly subscription," says Blanco. "Any new technology that comes at a low cost is a major bonus to this age group."

3. Energy-efficient appliances

Energy-efficient products are also hugely important (and a huge selling point) for millennial buyers.

"Millennials are choosing eco-friendly materials such as nontoxic paint, Energy Star appliances in and around the home," Blanco says.

4. A game room/gathering space

When it comes to staging, Blanco suggests highlighting how a space could be used as a gathering place for friends—something millennials actively consider when viewing homes.

"Millennials think about friends' needs, so they want big areas where everyone can gather for entertainment, whether this be a TV or a game room," Blanco explains.

5. USB outlets


 

According to Stokes, it's particularly important to install USB outlets in bedrooms, living rooms, and kitchens if you want to catch millennial buyers' eyes. Smartphones are a fact of life today, and showing that your home is ready to make life easier with accessible charging ports will impress younger buyers.

"I recommend sellers swap out standard outlets for the outlets that include USBs for charging," Stokes says. "Constantly being on a smartphone drains a lot of power. When your home offers a charging hub or outlet for people, especially in unconventional rooms like the kitchen, they are more likely to stop and take a second look."

6. Neutral colors

When it comes time to paint a property, opt for soft, light neutrals to appeal to millennials.

"Millennials favor neutral colors," Blanco says. "Particularly grays have gained wide appeal, along with more whitewashed gray variations, soft neutrals, and creams."

7. Modern design

When it comes to upgrading cabinets and other built-in features, experts say to opt for modern design elements if you're hoping to woo millennial shoppers.

"In recent years, we are seeing millennials prefer modern, sleek designs with clean lines and minimalist aesthetics," Blanco says. "To them, less is more. Homes that have new, stainless-steel kitchens, and simple cabinetry draw millennials in."

8. Outdoor living space

In addition to upgrades inside the home, Stokes recommends making sure that the backyard feels like an extension of the living space—something that's proving important to millennial buyers.

"Millennials have demonstrated a desire to personalize their homes, and large yards provide that opportunity," Stokes says. "Spaces designed to spend time with friends around fire pits, room for a garden, and room for pets to roam is desired. However, sellers should keep in mind that these areas shouldn’t require a lot of time and maintenance, as this is something that repels millennial buyers."

Amy Bonitatibus, chief marketing officer with Chase Home Lending, reiterates this point and adds that it's important to not forget the front yard as well.

"According to the recent Chase Housing Confidence Index, a survey which used data from the U.S. Housing Confidence Survey, millennial homeowners ranked landscaping first on their renovation wish list, ahead of bathroom and kitchen remodels," she says. "Everyone wants that Instagram-worthy curb appeal. Over 40% of young homeowners are looking to install new landscaping in the next few years."

9. Garage outlets

Millennials are also more likely than older buyers to extend that smart tech to the garage and try electric vehicles, which makes power outlets in the garage increasingly important to them.

"Having the option to power, from smart cars to toy batteries to an outdoor fridge, will instantly up your home’s appeal to millennials," Stokes says.

10. Storage space

Photo by Closets by Design Louisville 
 

Millennials aren't all about fashion over function, despite what some may (wrongly) assume. Blanco says that millennials are drawn to homes that have a lot of practical storage space.

"Millennials have a desire for storage," Blanco says. "If a home contains a multifunctional piece of furniture with storage options, even better. A home with plenty of built-in closets and drawers is more likely to be sold to buyers in this age group. Garages are also a notable place for increased storage."

Thinking about selling your home? Contact The McLeod Group Network at 971.208.5093 or [email protected].

By: Realtor.com, Kayleigh Roberts 


Once your offer on your dream home is accepted, it doesn't mean you can just grab the keys and move in. If you need a mortgage, securing this home loan takes time. The good news is that it's faster now than ever.

According to a recent three-year study by LendingTree, the length of time it takes to get a mortgage—aka closing—is an average of 40 days in 2019. That's down from 51 days in 2018, and 74 days in 2017.

And here's some good news for homeowners who've already moved in: The time it takes to refinance a mortgage is also dwindling. Refinancing takes an average of 38 days in 2019, down from 43 in 2018, and 55 days in 2017.

Home buyers should be thrilled to hear that the mortgage process is speeding up—who doesn't want to move into their new home as quickly as possible? Earlier closing times can also save home buyers money, especially if they are paying high rent or having to find temporary housing while waiting to move into the new home.

Why it takes less time to get a mortgage today

The digitization of the mortgage process is the main reason for the shorter closing times, according to the LendingTree report. The mortgage industry has become increasingly digital since the 2008 financial crisis, when companies operating in the paper-centric system of the past lost or misrecorded some details from their clients, causing problems and legal issues during the foreclosures that often followed.

Since then, some lenders have created new mobile-friendly products to speed up the mortgage-approval process. For example, Quicken Loans launched the app Rocket Mortgage in 2015 to help borrowers close earlier than the industry standard, reportedly sometimes as quickly as eight days.

Another factor contributing to shorter closing times is that mortgage volumes have been decreasing, says Tendayi Kapfidze, chief economist at LendingTree. However, he says that given the recent drop in interest rates, “that’s kind of reversed itself a little bit, but we’re still seeing shorter times than in 2018.”

The LendingTree study also found that loans for smaller amounts took longer to close. Loans of under $150,000 averaged 47 days, versus 39 days for those above the conforming loan limit, which is $484,350 in 2019.

“You'd think something being more valuable or bigger risk for the lender, they might take a little bit more time with it, but it's the exact opposite,” Kapfidze says. One possible reason is that lenders may require a more extensive appraisal for lower-priced homes, which might have some type of damage or other problem.

How to get a mortgage fast

So what can consumers do to reduce as much as possible the length of time it takes to get a mortgage? To speed up the closing process, Kapfidze urges home buyers to choose a lender with a more digital, less paper-driven process. Before signing on with any lender, ask if the company can digitally link to a borrower’s bank, the IRS, or other institution to get information to process the mortgage, since this is the key to a speedy approval.

Online lenders make it easier for borrowers to compare mortgages, and they often offer better rates and faster approvals, but they come with less customer service, so they may not work well for complex home loans. Mortgage industry experts suggest that borrowers look over the application process, check out online reviews of the company, and make sure it is registered with the Better Business Bureau before they sign up.

Here's more on how to get a mortgage fast:

Work on your credit score

Before starting the home-buying process, make sure your credit score is in check. According to the LendingTree study, consumers with higher credit scores saw shorter closing times.

People with a credit score of above 760 have an average 38-day closing time in 2019, while closings take an average of 45 days for those with scores of below 720.

Have your financial documentation in order

“A lot of the delay in closing times is just the back-and-forth between the lender and the borrower,” Kapfidze says. He suggests having all documentation well-organized and easy to access, so that it doesn’t take long to send it to the lender.

Also, make sure that all the information that you provide is accurate, he says. If a mortgage lender goes to verify something and finds a discrepancy in what a borrower provided, that can slow things down.

The exact documentation that borrowers need to provide depends on the type of loan they’re seeking, but generally, the required documents relate to a borrower’s income, assets, and employment, such as a W-2 form, pay stubs for the previous 30 days, and bank statements. Borrowers also need valid identification, a loan application, a contract for the home purchase, and homeowner insurance contact information.

Get pre-approved for a mortgage

Many loan experts urge home buyers to get pre-approved for a mortgage before they start shopping for a home, especially if their financial situation is complex. A pre-approval helps buyers better understand what type of home they can afford and can shorten closing times.

“You're going to have to go through this process at some point anyway, so you might as well get it out of the way upfront as quickly as you can,” says Hayden Hodges, a Dallas-based mortgage loan officer at U.S. Bank. “I would want to know what my ceiling is, what my conditions are, as quickly as I can, as opposed to perhaps getting into unnecessary fire drills towards the end of a transaction.”

Lenders can work quickly to get borrowers pre-approved. Borrowers can speed up the process even more by providing all the documentation needed for pre-approval, Hodges says.

Make sure you have cash on hand

Having cash available to supply earnest money and to pay closing costs can help you close faster, Kapfidze says. Some closing costs need to be paid in cash, so make sure you can easily access the funds.

“You don't want to get to closing, and it's like, ‘Hey, you need to have a $12,000 check,’ and then realizing your money's not liquid," he says.

Contact The McLeod Group Network to start the search for your new home! 971.208.5093 or [email protected].

By: Realtor.com, Erica Sweeney 

3007 Northgate Ave: Three Bedroom Home Waiting on You!

by Amy McLeod Group

Salem-Keizer OR Real Estate For Sale
3007 Northgate Avenue NE, Salem, OR  97301


 

Look no further, this 3 bedroom, 2 bath house is just waiting for you to call it home! A double sided wood burning fireplace is the focal point in the living, dining and family rooms. Enjoy comfortable living and easy function with plenty of room for everyone in these spacious rooms! The nicely laid out kitchen features low maintenance flooring, an abundance of light oak cabinets and plenty of counterspace for meal prep.  The bedrooms are generously sized with plentiful closet space. Situated on a nicely maintained corner lot with a rear deck perfect for grillin’ and chillin’! An attached 2 car garage, plus a detached storage shed for all your needs. The convenient location puts you just minutes from amenities. Offering so much potential with the chance to add your own personal touches, 3007 Northgate Avenue is worth a look!

The McLeod Group Network has distinguished themselves as a leader in the Salem Oregon real estate market. As a full service, real estate team - focused on working with our Seller and Buyer clients to help achieve their real estate goals!

We bring a keen eye for the details of buying or selling a Salem Oregon home and seemingly boundless determination and energy, which is why our clients benefit from our unique brand of real estate service. Rooted in Tradition, focused on the Future –The McLeod Group Network will help make the most of your Salem Oregon real estate experience. With over 40 years of combined experience, you can rest assured that your real estate transaction will be handled and cared for with the utmost respect and attention to detail. Give us a call today 503-798-4001 and discover the difference we can make during your family's move.

7563 Burgundy Court NE: Stunning Home is Your Private Sanctuary!

by Amy McLeod Group

Salem-Keizer OR Real Estate For Sale
7563 Burgundy Court NE, Keizer, OR  97303

Welcome to your private sanctuary! This stunning single level home has been lovingly maintained and offers a ton of desirable features inside and out… an effortlessly flowing floor plan highlighted by 3 generously sized bedrooms, 2 full baths, soaring high ceilings, recessed lighting, neutral paint, a hard to find triple car garage and a backyard oasis for all your outdoor entertaining needs! Vaulted ceiling and a cozy fireplace in the great room creates comfortable day to day living with the conveniences of a connecting kitchen. An abundance of crisp white cabinetry, a breakfast bar, double sink, pantry and sun filled eat in area with slider to the patio makes for a delightful cooking experience. Elegant columns welcome you into the formal dining room where you are sure to enjoy hosting guests. A beautifully appointed den offers additional space for whatever you may need. The soothing master suite is a delightful retreat with its vaulted ceiling, plush carpeting, patio access, walk in closet, dual vanities and soaking tub. A great laundry room with built ins and sink to help keep you organized. A fully covered patio overlooks the manicured yard with unique water feature creating the ideal outdoor living and entertaining space. One lucky buyer gets to call The Vineyards home! Act fast and it could be you!  

The McLeod Group Network has distinguished themselves as a leader in the Salem Oregon real estate market. As a full service, real estate team - focused on working with our Seller and Buyer clients to help achieve their real estate goals!

We bring a keen eye for the details of buying or selling a Salem Oregon home and seemingly boundless determination and energy, which is why our clients benefit from our unique brand of real estate service. Rooted in Tradition, focused on the Future –The McLeod Group Network will help make the most of your Salem Oregon real estate experience. With over 40 years of combined experience, you can rest assured that your real estate transaction will be handled and cared for with the utmost respect and attention to detail. Give us a call today 503-798-4001 and discover the difference we can make during your family's move.

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