Phoenix Redevelopment, Inc. is a Portland, Oregon-based company that specializes in the purchase, renovation, and resale of single-family homes and plexes.
Our final product is a move-in ready home that has been renovated to comply with FHA and VA lending criteria and our own exacting quality standards.
Most of our homes receive a brand new roof, fresh coats of paint inside and out, period fixtures, period moldings, detailed landscaping, and much, much more.
We think you'll agree that our homes are renovated like no others you will find on the market.Request An Offer
"Thank you Phoenix Redevelopment. In addition to paying a fair price for our family property your entire staff has been professional, friendly and timely in all of our dealings. Thank you for making a difficult situation easier. We have enjoyed working with you and recommend you to anyone who wants a quick sale, fair price and friendly service." — Jay and Louise Thurman, Portland, OR
"Working with Phoenix Redevelopment to sell my mother's home was a very positive experience. The sales transaction was very quick and professional and accommodated our time frames. I feel the sales price we negotiated with Phoenix was very fair and our net proceeds equaled or exceeded what we would have received using a Realtor. I highly recommend doing business with this professional company." — Brigitte Kenny, Portland, OR
"Upon meeting Phoenix Redevelopment's president for an evaluation of my rental property, I was impressed by his demeanor and then by his quiet, methodical assessment, leading quickly to a fair offer. The professionalism and thoughtfulness of the Phoenix staff throughout the process was noteworthy. Phoenix in my estimation earned a stellar business reputation and I am happy to recommend Phoenix to all." — Marilynn Paesch, Gresham, OR
"My rental house required certain repairs that I wasn’t able to do. I set a reasonable market price and Phoenix Redevelopment agreed to buy it “as-is” and set the closing for December, 2012. The closing went smoothly and was closed in 2012, as promised. This was a “win-win” situation and I would gladly recommend them for this type of situation." — William Swanson, Portland, OR