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Prepared by: First American Title Company Builder Services 121 SW Morrison St. #300 Portland, OR 97201 Phone: 503.219.8746 Property Development Profile Subject Parcels: Prepared For: 17660 NE Leander Dr, Lot 106 or 5 Sherwood, OR 97140 Yamhill County John DeCosta Keller Williams 4260 Galewood St Lake Oswego, OR 97035

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  • Prepared by: First American Title CompanyBuilder Services121 SW Morrison St. #300Portland, OR 97201Phone: 503.219.8746

    PropertyDevelopmentProfile

    Subject Parcels:

    Prepared For:

    17660 NE Leander Dr, Lot 106 or 5Sherwood, OR 97140

    Yamhill County

    John DeCostaKeller Williams

    4260 Galewood StLake Oswego, OR 97035

  • 121 SW Morrison St., Suite 300 Portland, OR 97204

    T E L 503.219.8746 F A X 503.790.7872

    Monday, December 15, 2014

    Thank you for requesting this Property Development Profile from First American Title. We pride ourselves on providing public data in a professional manner to help you present a comprehensive report on your subject property.

    You will find included in this Property Development Profile the following information. Please note that we do our best to provide this information for every property, but at times it is not available. This is especially true for rural or sparsely populated areas.

    1) Site Data This shows various property characteristics such as assessed/market values, parcel and building size, land use, and improvement type.

    2) Ownership The most recent vesting deed can be found here. If a parcel is owned by a commercial entity, there may be additional information identifying the principal.

    3) Aerial 4) Location You can find parcel maps with lot dimensions and maps showing

    relation of the site to the greater community in this section. 5) Zoning A definition of the specific zoning code can be found here, often along

    with a zoning map of the area. 6) Transit When possible, information about public transit accessibility will be

    provided. 7) Natural Features This section may include information about soil, floodplains,

    and topography. 8) Utilities If the parcel is served by a public water or sewer district, basic

    sketches or contacts to the appropriate authorities are listed. 9) Demographics Based on Census 2000, this information reflects the

    characteristics of the population surrounding your site.

    Please do not hesitate to contact us regarding any of the information included in this Property Development Profile. Though this is reliable data assembled by First American, it is provided by third parties and is not guaranteed.

  • only benefiting intermediaries will not be permitted. Said services may be discontinued. No liability is assumed for any errors in this report.Commissioner. The Insurance Division cautions intermediaries that this service is designed to benefit the ultimate insureds. Indiscriminate use

    This title information has been furnished, without charge, in conformance with the guidelines approved by the State of Oregon Insurance

    Taxes : % Improved : Taxes : Total : Taxes : Structure : Levy Code : Land : Exempt Type :

    RMV MAV TAXES

    Prior Doc # : Deed Type : Interest Rate : Sale Price : Loan Type : Document # : Lender : Transferred : Loan Amount :

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    ASSESSMENT AND TAX INFORMATION

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    YAMHILL COUNTYMETROSCAN PROPERTY PROFILE:

    Email: [email protected] (866) 800-7290Tel (503) 538-7361

    Newberg, OR 97132515 E. HancockNewberg Office

    Email: [email protected] (866) 800-7294Tel (503) 472-4627

    McMinnville, OR 97128775 NE Evans Street

    McMinnville Office

    First American Title Company Of Oregon

    12/12/2014Amanda Pratt

    0303S02W546181R3203 00106Spath Dennis L*no Site Address*PO Box 1516 Sherwood Or 97140

    POTENTIAL ADDITIONAL TAX LIABILITYLOT 5 SPATH SUBDIVISION = 10.31

    $329,13629.2$45.3313-14$329,136$44.092012$2,544.612011

  • only benefiting intermediaries will not be permitted. Said services may be discontinued. No liability is assumed for any errors in this report.Commissioner. The Insurance Division cautions intermediaries that this service is designed to benefit the ultimate insureds. Indiscriminate use

    This title information has been furnished, without charge, in conformance with the guidelines approved by the State of Oregon Insurance

    :::::Farm Buildings Units

    Make :Title : Skirt :ID Number : Dimensions :Mobile Home

    : : : : : : : : : Appliances MH and Lot APNs

    Garbage Disp :Microwave :Hood/Fan :Dishwasher :Heat/AC 2 :Heat/AC :FirePlace2 :FirePlace :Bathrooms :Bedrooms :

    Year Built :Floor Base :Floor Cover :Roof Shape :Roof Material :Wall Material :Foundation :Lot SqFt :Lot Acres :

    Stat Class :Garage Type :Garage SqFt :BsmtTotalSF :Cellar SF :2nd+FloorSF :2ndFloorSF :1stFloorSF :Living SqFt :Building SqFt :

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    PROPERTY CHARACTERISTICS

    Parcel Number:

    YAMHILL COUNTYMETROSCAN PROPERTY PROFILE:

    Email: [email protected] (866) - 800-7294Tel (503) 472-4627

    McMinnville, OR 97128775 NE Evans Street

    McMinnville Office

    Email: [email protected] (866) 800-7290Tel (503) 538-7361

    Newberg, OR 97132515 E. HancockNewberg Office

    First American Title Company Of Oregon

    546181

    *UNKNOWN STAT CLASS*

    10.31449,104

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  • Zoning Ordinance

    Section 501.00 - Agriculture/Forestry Small Holding District (AF-10)

    [Last amended 09/02/04, Ord. 746]

    501.01 Purpose The purpose of the AF-10 District is to provide for low density rural residential development on selected lands identified as Agricultural/Forestry Small Holding in the Comprehensive Plan; and, at the same time, to encourage small-scale or more intensive farm and forestry activities. Within this District, no limitations shall be placed on farm and forestry uses of the scale, type and performance characteristics commonly found in the F-40, EF-40 and AF-20 Districts. In areas immediately adjacent to urban centers, the AF-10 District is intended to be a transitional zone between F-40, EF-40 or AF-20 Districts and higher-density VLDR and LDR Districts or urban districts identified in city comprehensive plans.

    501.02 Permitted Uses

    In the AF-10 District, the following uses shall be permitted subject to the standards and limitations set forth in subsection 501.06:

    A. Farm uses; [Amended 7/9/98; Ord. 648]

    B. Propagation and harvesting of forest products;

    C. The boarding of horses for profit, subject to Section 1101 for site design review;

    D. Principal dwelling;

    E. Park or open space which is publicly or privately owned, operated or maintained, including fishing and wildlife preserves but excluding hunting preserves;

    F. Subdivisions, subject to the land division requirements set forth in Ordinance 205;

  • G. Residential Planned Unit Developments, subject to Section 903 of this Ordinance and the land division requirements set forth in Ordinance 205;

    H. Accessory uses;

    I. Operations conducted for the exploration of oil, natural gas or geothermal resources, subject to the Type A application procedure set forth in Section 1301;

    J. Temporary structures as may be required during construction of an authorized permanent structure. Such temporary structure shall be removed upon final inspection of the permanent structure by the Building Inspector;

    K. Manufactured home storage and temporary sales offices for permitted uses, pursuant to the Type A application procedure set forth in Section 1301 and subject to Section 1009 for temporary permits;

    L. Signs, pursuant to the sign provisions set forth in Section 1006; and

    M. Residential home. [Amended 7/9/98; Ord. 648]

    501.03 Conditional Uses In the AF-10 District, pursuant to the Type B application procedure set forth in Section 1301, and subject to the conditional use review criteria listed in Section 1203, and any other applicable criteria established by this ordinance, the following uses may be allowed conditionally:

    A. Secondary dwelling, for persons engaged full-time in farm activities on the premises for at least six (6) months in each year, in conjunction with a principal dwelling on the same parcel, and provided that:

  • 1. The applicant demonstrates that the nature of the farm activities on the premises makes it necessary for the occupants of the secondary dwelling to reside there.

    2. The occupants of the secondary dwelling will perform work related to the management of the farm that the occupants of other dwellings on the property cannot perform.

    3. If the occupants of a secondary dwelling approved hereunder have no proprietary interest in the land, the dwelling shall be a manufactured home. In such a case, if at any time the requirements of this Section can no longer be satisfied, the manufactured home shall be removed.

    B. One manufactured dwelling or recreational vehicle, or the temporary use of an existing building, in conjunction with as existing dwelling as a temporary use for the term of a hardship suffered by the existing resident or relative, as defined in ORS 215, of the resident, subject to the following:

    1. The resident or relative of the resident is aged, infirm, or for health-related reasons, is incapable of maintaining a complete separate residence.

    2. The permit for the manufactured dwelling for the term of hardship shall be valid for a period of two years or a shorter period as determined appropriate by the Director or hearings body. A permit may be revoked by the Director at any time, if any of the reasons for which the permit was granted are no longer applicable, or if any imposed condition is violated.

    3. The permit for the temporary dwelling for the term of hardship shall be granted to the applicant only and shall not be deemed to run with the land.

  • 4. The temporary dwelling shall use the same subsurface sewage disposal system as the existing dwelling, if that disposal system is adequate to accommodate the additional dwelling.

    5. When a recreational vehicle is allowed to be used as a temporary structure the recreational vehicle site shall have services, inspected and approved by the building department which includes, electricity, plumbing and connection to an approved septic system.

    6. Within three months of the end of the hardship, the manufactured dwelling shall be removed or demolished or, in the case of an existing building, the building shall be removed, demolished or returned to an allowed nonresidential use. In the case of a recreational vehicle, within three months of the end of the hardship, it shall be removed, demolished or may remain on the property and used in accordance with Section 501.06(H). A temporary residence approved under this paragraph is not eligible for replacement.

    [Amended 07/29/04; Ord. 743]

    C. Home occupation, as defined by this ordinance, subject to the standards and limitations set forth in Section 1004;

    D. Mineral resource extraction, subject to the applicable criteria in Section 404;

    E. Extraction and development of oil, natural gas or geothermal resources, subject to the criteria specified in subsection 404.10;

    F. Personal use airports or helicopter pads, including associated hangars, maintenance and service facilities. For the purpose of this section, a personal use airport is defined as an airstrip restricted, except for aircraft emergencies, to use by the owner or by his invited guests, on an infrequent and occasional basis, and by commercial aviation activities in connection with agricultural or forestry

  • operations. No aircraft may be based or stored at a personal use airport except those owned or controlled by the owner of the airstrip;

    G. Kindergarten, day nursery or day care facility in conjunction with a principal dwelling on the same parcel, subject to the standards for day care facilities set forth in Section 1008;

    H. Veterinary hospital;

    I. Kennel;

    J. Community or municipal water-supply system, except within acknowledged service boundaries;

    K. Community or municipal sewer system;

    L. Utility facility, subject to Section 1101 for Site Design Review;

    M. Public or private school, including all buildings essential to the operation of the school; and

    N. Church.

    O. A church may offer overnight camping space on institution property to homeless persons living in vehicles provided there are three or fewer vehicles and campers have access to sanitary facilities including but not limited to toilet, hand washing and trash disposal facilities. [Amended 12/05/02; Ord. 720]

  • P. Winery, including production and wholesale and retail sale of wine, subject to Section 1101 site design review and the following:

    1. A winery shall be permitted to conduct on-site marketing activities events such as festivals and group tastings that are directly related to promotion and sale of the wine produced on-site with an anticipated maximum of 750 daily visitors. Only three such events may be conducted in one calendar year, and the events shall not exceed a duration of three days. The frequency and duration of these events may be further limited through site design review approval based on the adequacy of public facilities.

    2. The winery shall allow only the sale of:

    a. Wines produced in conjunction with the winery;

    b. Items directly related to wine, the sales of which are incidental to the retail sale of wine on-site and do not exceed 25 percent of the total sales gross receipts of the retail facility. Such items include those served by a limited service restaurant, as defined in ORS 624.010, and local agricultural products commonly sold in conjunction with wine; and

    c. Wines not produced in conjunction with the winery, the sales of which are incidental to the sale of wine produced on-site. [amended 12/05/02; ORD 720]

    Q. Community Centers.

    R. Residential facility as defined in ORS 197.660.

  • 501.04 Prohibited Uses

    Uses of land and water not specifically mentioned in this section are prohibited in the AF-10 District.

    501.05 Nonconforming Uses Nonconforming uses found in the AF-10 District are subject to the nonconforming use provisions of Section 1205 as well as to any other applicable provisions of this ordinance.

    501.06 Standards and Limitations

    In the AF-10 District, the following standards and limitations shall apply:

    A. Dwelling Density.

    1. Permitted Uses.

    a. The overall dwelling density shall not exceed one (1) principal dwelling per ten (10) acres; and

    b. Not more than one (1) principal dwelling shall be permitted on any parcel except in the case of a planned unit development.

    B. Parcel Size and Dimension.

    1. Newly-Created Parcels.

    Except as provided in Subsection 4 below, the minimum size of any newly-created parcel shall be ten (10) acres, except in the case of parcel size averaging the minimum parcel size shall be five (5) acres.

  • 2. Pre-existing Lots of Record. Any permitted or conditional use provided for in this District may be established on a substandard pre-existing lot of record, subject to the applicable requirements of this section.

    3. Depth-to-Width Ratio. The maximum depth-to-width ratio for any newly-created parcel shall be 4:1.

    4. Division of Pre-existing Dwellings. A division of a lot or parcel may be allowed if:

    (a) At least two dwellings lawfully existed on the lot or parcel prior to November 4, 1993;

    (b) Each dwelling complies with the criteria for a replacement dwelling under 403.02(N);

    (c) Except for one lot or parcel, each lot or parcel created under this paragraph is between two and five acres in size; and

    (d) At least one dwelling is located on each lot or parcel created under this paragraph. [501.06(B)(4) added 09/02/04, Ord 746]

    C. Setbacks.

    The minimum setback for all yards shall be thirty (30) feet for all uses, except as follows:

    1. No dwelling shall be located within one hundred (100) feet of the property line of an existing extraction or mining operation nor less than two hundred (200) feet from an existing extraction operation;

    2. The minimum setback for a kennel and a veterinary hospital shall be fifty (50) feet;

  • 3. The minimum setback for signs shall be five (5) feet; and

    4. An accessory structure not more than fifteen (15) feet in height, at least sixty (60) feet from a road, and at least ten (10) feet from any dwelling may be located a minimum distance of three (3) feet from the property line in a side yard or rear yard.

    5. A swimming pool may be located in a required rear yard, provided it lies a minimum of five (5) feet from the rear property line.

    6. Fences, walls and hedges may be permitted in any required yard or along the edge of any yard, subject to the clear-vision area requirements of subsection 501.06(F). [Amended 7/9/98; Ord. 648]

    D. Parcel Coverage.

    Not applicable, except that for any parcel of less than one (1) acre, the maximum parcel coverage shall be fifteen (15) percent.

    E. Access.

    Before a dwelling may be established on any parcel as provided in this section, the parcel shall have a legal, safe and passable means of access by abutting at least twenty (20) feet either directly upon a public road, or by a private easement which is at least thirty (30) feet in width for its entire length and which also abuts upon a public road for at least thirty (30) feet. Nothing in this section shall be construed to vary or waive the requirements for creation of new access contained in any Land Division Ordinance legally adopted by Yamhill County.

    F. Clear-Vision Areas.

    A clear-vision area shall be maintained on the corner of any parcel at the intersection of any two of the following: County roads; public roads; private roads

  • serving four or more parcels; and railroads. A clear-vision area shall contain no sight-obscuring structures or plantings exceeding thirty (30) inches in height within a triangle formed by the lot corner nearest the intersection, and the two points twenty (20) feet from this corner as measured along the parcel lines adjacent to the intersecting rights-of-way. Trees exceeding this height may be located such that their branches extend into this triangle, provided they are maintained to allow at least twelve (12) feet of visual clearance within the triangle below the lowest hanging branches.

    G. Height.

    1. The maximum building height for any dwelling shall be thirty-five (35) feet;

    2. The maximum building height for all other structures shall be forty-five (45) feet; and

    3. Appurtenances usually required to be placed above the roof level and not intended for human occupancy such as spires, belfries, cupolas, antennas, water tanks, ventilators, chimneys and wind generators are not subject to the height limitations of this ordinance.

    H. Occupancy of Recreational Vehicles

    One (1) recreational vehicle shall be permitted to be parked on any parcel in conjunction with a principal dwelling, and may be used for the temporary accommodation of guests for a period of up to 30 days total in any year. In no case shall such recreational vehicle be occupied for periods totaling more than three (3) months in any year, and in no case shall an RV be used as a principal dwelling or rented unless and until the necessary permits have been obtained. [Amended 7/9/98; Ord. 648]

    I. Off-street Parking.

  • 1. In the AF-10 District, prior to establishment of any dwelling, sufficient area must be provided to allow for at least one (1) emergency vehicle turnaround; and

    2. Parking requirements for those uses which may generate traffic beyond what is normally expected in the AF-10 District shall be determined by the Director subject to the provisions of Section 1007.

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  • 2010 Census Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Ring: 1 mile radius Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    2000-2010 2000 2010 Annual Rate

    Population 588 613 0.42%Households 199 213 0.68%Housing Units 209 228 0.87%

    Population by Race Number PercentTotal 612 100.0%

    Population Reporting One Race 594 97.1%White 568 92.8%Black 2 0.3%American Indian 3 0.5%Asian 8 1.3%Pacific Islander 0 0.0%Some Other Race 13 2.1%

    Population Reporting Two or More Races 18 2.9%

    Total Hispanic Population 31 5.1%

    Population by SexMale 314 51.2%Female 299 48.8%

    Population by AgeTotal 611 100.0%

    Age 0 - 4 22 3.6%Age 5 - 9 42 6.9%Age 10 - 14 46 7.5%Age 15 - 19 41 6.7%Age 20 - 24 28 4.6%Age 25 - 29 17 2.8%Age 30 - 34 16 2.6%Age 35 - 39 33 5.4%Age 40 - 44 44 7.2%Age 45 - 49 59 9.7%Age 50 - 54 58 9.5%Age 55 - 59 59 9.7%Age 60 - 64 51 8.3%Age 65 - 69 40 6.5%Age 70 - 74 23 3.8%Age 75 - 79 12 2.0%Age 80 - 84 11 1.8%Age 85+ 10 1.6%

    Age 18+ 474 77.3%Age 65+ 96 15.7%

    Median Age by Sex and Race/Hispanic OriginTotal Population 46.4

    Male 46.1Female 46.5

    White Alone 47.2Black Alone 42.5American Indian Alone 57.5Asian Alone 40.0Pacific Islander Alone 0.0Some Other Race Alone 32.5Two or More Races 22.5Hispanic Population 20.0

    Data Note: Hispanic population can be of any race. Census 2010 medians are computed from reported data distributions.Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography.

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  • 2010 Census Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Ring: 1 mile radius Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    Households by Type Total 214 100.0%

    Households with 1 Person 30 14.0%Households with 2+ People 184 86.0%

    Family Households 174 81.3%Husband-wife Families 153 71.5%

    With Own Children 54 25.2%Other Family (No Spouse Present) 21 9.8%

    With Own Children 8 3.7%Nonfamily Households 10 4.7%

    All Households with Children 68 31.9%Multigenerational Households 9 4.2%Unmarried Partner Households 10 4.7%

    Male-female 8 3.8%Same-sex 2 0.9%

    Average Household Size 2.87

    Family Households by SizeTotal 175 100.0%

    2 People 81 46.3%3 People 33 18.9%4 People 36 20.6%5 People 16 9.1%6 People 5 2.9%7+ People 4 2.3%

    Average Family Size 3.13

    Nonfamily Households by SizeTotal 39 100.0%

    1 Person 30 76.9%2 People 8 20.5%3 People 1 2.6%4 People 0 0.0%5 People 0 0.0%6 People 0 0.0%7+ People 0 0.0%

    Average Nonfamily Size 1.36

    Population by Relationship and Household TypeTotal 613 100.0%

    In Households 612 99.8%In Family Households 559 91.2%

    Householder 180 29.4%Spouse 158 25.8%Child 188 30.7%Other relative 19 3.1%Nonrelative 14 2.3%

    In Nonfamily Households 53 8.6%In Group Quarters 1 0.2%

    Institutionalized Population 0 0.0%Noninstitutionalized Population 1 0.2%

    Data Note: Households with children include any households with people under age 18, related or not. Multigenerational households are families with 3 or more parent-child relationships. Unmarried partner households are usually classified as nonfamily households unless there is another member of the household related to the householder. Multigenerational and unmarried partner households are reported only to the tract level. Esri estimated block group data, which is used to estimate polygons or non-standard geography. Average family size excludes nonrelatives.Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1.

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  • 2010 Census Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Ring: 1 mile radius Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    Family Households by Age of HouseholderTotal 174 100.0%

    Householder Age 15 - 44 39 22.4%Householder Age 45 - 54 48 27.6%Householder Age 55 - 64 45 25.9%Householder Age 65 - 74 28 16.1%Householder Age 75+ 14 8.0%

    Nonfamily Households by Age of HouseholderTotal 40 100.0%

    Householder Age 15 - 44 7 17.5%Householder Age 45 - 54 10 25.0%Householder Age 55 - 64 10 25.0%Householder Age 65 - 74 6 15.0%Householder Age 75+ 7 17.5%

    Households by Race of HouseholderTotal 213 100.0%

    Householder is White Alone 202 94.8%Householder is Black Alone 1 0.5%Householder is American Indian Alone 1 0.5%Householder is Asian Alone 2 0.9%Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 0 0.0%Householder is Some Other Race Alone 3 1.4%Householder is Two or More Races 4 1.9%

    Households with Hispanic Householder 7 3.3%

    Husband-wife Families by Race of HouseholderTotal 152 100.0%

    Householder is White Alone 146 96.1%Householder is Black Alone 0 0.0%Householder is American Indian Alone 1 0.7%Householder is Asian Alone 1 0.7%Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 0 0.0%Householder is Some Other Race Alone 2 1.3%Householder is Two or More Races 2 1.3%

    Husband-wife Families with Hispanic Householder 4 2.6%

    Other Families (No Spouse) by Race of HouseholderTotal 22 100.0%

    Householder is White Alone 19 86.4%Householder is Black Alone 0 0.0%Householder is American Indian Alone 0 0.0%Householder is Asian Alone 1 4.5%Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 0 0.0%Householder is Some Other Race Alone 1 4.5%Householder is Two or More Races 1 4.5%

    Other Families with Hispanic Householder 2 9.5%

    Nonfamily Households by Race of HouseholderTotal 39 100.0%

    Householder is White Alone 36 92.3%Householder is Black Alone 1 2.6%Householder is American Indian Alone 0 0.0%Householder is Asian Alone 1 2.6%Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 0 0.0%Householder is Some Other Race Alone 0 0.0%Householder is Two or More Races 1 2.6%

    Nonfamily Households with Hispanic Householder 0 0.0%Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1.

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  • 2010 Census Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Ring: 1 mile radius Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    Total Housing Units by OccupancyTotal 228 100.0%

    Occupied Housing Units 213 93.4%Vacant Housing Units

    For Rent 2 0.9%Rented, not Occupied 0 0.0%For Sale Only 3 1.3%Sold, not Occupied 1 0.4%For Seasonal/Recreational/Occasional Use 4 1.8%For Migrant Workers 0 0.0%Other Vacant 5 2.2%

    Total Vacancy Rate 6.6%

    Households by Tenure and Mortgage StatusTotal 213 100.0%

    Owner Occupied 191 89.7%Owned with a Mortgage/Loan 140 65.7%Owned Free and Clear 50 23.5%Average Household Size 2.88

    Renter Occupied 22 10.3%Average Household Size 2.77

    Owner-occupied Housing Units by Race of HouseholderTotal 190 100.0%

    Householder is White Alone 182 95.8%Householder is Black Alone 0 0.0%Householder is American Indian Alone 1 0.5%Householder is Asian Alone 2 1.1%Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 0 0.0%Householder is Some Other Race Alone 2 1.1%Householder is Two or More Races 3 1.6%

    Owner-occupied Housing Units with Hispanic Householder 5 2.6%

    Renter-occupied Housing Units by Race of HouseholderTotal 22 100.0%

    Householder is White Alone 20 90.9%Householder is Black Alone 0 0.0%Householder is American Indian Alone 0 0.0%Householder is Asian Alone 0 0.0%Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 0 0.0%Householder is Some Other Race Alone 1 4.5%Householder is Two or More Races 1 4.5%

    Renter-occupied Housing Units with Hispanic Householder 2 9.1%

    Average Household Size by Race/Hispanic Origin of HouseholderHouseholder is White Alone 2.85Householder is Black Alone 1.00Householder is American Indian Alone 3.00Householder is Asian Alone 3.50Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 0.00Householder is Some Other Race Alone 4.33Householder is Two or More Races 2.75Householder is Hispanic 3.86

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1.

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  • 2010 Census Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Ring: 3 mile radius Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    2000-2010 2000 2010 Annual Rate

    Population 8,662 13,444 4.49%Households 3,021 4,543 4.16%Housing Units 3,139 4,753 4.24%

    Population by Race Number PercentTotal 13,445 100.0%

    Population Reporting One Race 12,984 96.6%White 12,062 89.7%Black 89 0.7%American Indian 59 0.4%Asian 422 3.1%Pacific Islander 18 0.1%Some Other Race 334 2.5%

    Population Reporting Two or More Races 461 3.4%

    Total Hispanic Population 905 6.7%

    Population by SexMale 6,617 49.2%Female 6,827 50.8%

    Population by AgeTotal 13,447 100.0%

    Age 0 - 4 998 7.4%Age 5 - 9 1,284 9.5%Age 10 - 14 1,252 9.3%Age 15 - 19 868 6.5%Age 20 - 24 485 3.6%Age 25 - 29 605 4.5%Age 30 - 34 827 6.2%Age 35 - 39 1,230 9.1%Age 40 - 44 1,233 9.2%Age 45 - 49 1,051 7.8%Age 50 - 54 894 6.6%Age 55 - 59 761 5.7%Age 60 - 64 663 4.9%Age 65 - 69 468 3.5%Age 70 - 74 286 2.1%Age 75 - 79 188 1.4%Age 80 - 84 174 1.3%Age 85+ 176 1.3%

    Age 18+ 9,281 69.0%Age 65+ 1,292 9.6%

    Median Age by Sex and Race/Hispanic OriginTotal Population 36.6

    Male 36.1Female 37.1

    White Alone 37.5Black Alone 31.0American Indian Alone 37.5Asian Alone 36.9Pacific Islander Alone 32.5Some Other Race Alone 26.4Two or More Races 15.0Hispanic Population 22.8

    Data Note: Hispanic population can be of any race. Census 2010 medians are computed from reported data distributions.Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography.

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  • 2010 Census Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Ring: 3 mile radius Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    Households by Type Total 4,542 100.0%

    Households with 1 Person 737 16.2%Households with 2+ People 3,805 83.8%

    Family Households 3,614 79.6%Husband-wife Families 3,069 67.6%

    With Own Children 1,630 35.9%Other Family (No Spouse Present) 546 12.0%

    With Own Children 350 7.7%Nonfamily Households 191 4.2%

    All Households with Children 2,067 45.5%Multigenerational Households 118 2.6%Unmarried Partner Households 217 4.8%

    Male-female 183 4.0%Same-sex 34 0.7%

    Average Household Size 2.94

    Family Households by SizeTotal 3,613 100.0%

    2 People 1,308 36.2%3 People 791 21.9%4 People 941 26.0%5 People 381 10.5%6 People 132 3.7%7+ People 60 1.7%

    Average Family Size 3.30

    Nonfamily Households by SizeTotal 929 100.0%

    1 Person 737 79.3%2 People 157 16.9%3 People 25 2.7%4 People 6 0.6%5 People 3 0.3%6 People 1 0.1%7+ People 0 0.0%

    Average Nonfamily Size 1.31

    Population by Relationship and Household TypeTotal 13,444 100.0%

    In Households 13,370 99.5%In Family Households 12,157 90.4%

    Householder 3,685 27.4%Spouse 3,122 23.2%Child 4,809 35.8%Other relative 305 2.3%Nonrelative 235 1.7%

    In Nonfamily Households 1,213 9.0%In Group Quarters 74 0.6%

    Institutionalized Population 28 0.2%Noninstitutionalized Population 46 0.3%

    Data Note: Households with children include any households with people under age 18, related or not. Multigenerational households are families with 3 or more parent-child relationships. Unmarried partner households are usually classified as nonfamily households unless there is another member of the household related to the householder. Multigenerational and unmarried partner households are reported only to the tract level. Esri estimated block group data, which is used to estimate polygons or non-standard geography. Average family size excludes nonrelatives.Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1.

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  • 2010 Census Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Ring: 3 mile radius Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    Family Households by Age of HouseholderTotal 3,614 100.0%

    Householder Age 15 - 44 1,675 46.3%Householder Age 45 - 54 863 23.9%Householder Age 55 - 64 587 16.2%Householder Age 65 - 74 313 8.7%Householder Age 75+ 176 4.9%

    Nonfamily Households by Age of HouseholderTotal 929 100.0%

    Householder Age 15 - 44 291 31.3%Householder Age 45 - 54 178 19.2%Householder Age 55 - 64 206 22.2%Householder Age 65 - 74 126 13.6%Householder Age 75+ 128 13.8%

    Households by Race of HouseholderTotal 4,544 100.0%

    Householder is White Alone 4,197 92.4%Householder is Black Alone 31 0.7%Householder is American Indian Alone 19 0.4%Householder is Asian Alone 126 2.8%Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 5 0.1%Householder is Some Other Race Alone 82 1.8%Householder is Two or More Races 84 1.8%

    Households with Hispanic Householder 200 4.4%

    Husband-wife Families by Race of HouseholderTotal 3,069 100.0%

    Householder is White Alone 2,829 92.2%Householder is Black Alone 17 0.6%Householder is American Indian Alone 12 0.4%Householder is Asian Alone 97 3.2%Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 4 0.1%Householder is Some Other Race Alone 59 1.9%Householder is Two or More Races 51 1.7%

    Husband-wife Families with Hispanic Householder 144 4.7%

    Other Families (No Spouse) by Race of HouseholderTotal 545 100.0%

    Householder is White Alone 498 91.4%Householder is Black Alone 5 0.9%Householder is American Indian Alone 3 0.6%Householder is Asian Alone 10 1.8%Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 0 0.0%Householder is Some Other Race Alone 15 2.8%Householder is Two or More Races 14 2.6%

    Other Families with Hispanic Householder 36 6.6%

    Nonfamily Households by Race of HouseholderTotal 929 100.0%

    Householder is White Alone 869 93.5%Householder is Black Alone 9 1.0%Householder is American Indian Alone 4 0.4%Householder is Asian Alone 19 2.0%Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 1 0.1%Householder is Some Other Race Alone 8 0.9%Householder is Two or More Races 19 2.0%

    Nonfamily Households with Hispanic Householder 20 2.2%Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1.

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  • 2010 Census Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Ring: 3 mile radius Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    Total Housing Units by OccupancyTotal 4,775 100.0%

    Occupied Housing Units 4,543 95.1%Vacant Housing Units

    For Rent 60 1.3%Rented, not Occupied 4 0.1%For Sale Only 65 1.4%Sold, not Occupied 19 0.4%For Seasonal/Recreational/Occasional Use 31 0.6%For Migrant Workers 0 0.0%Other Vacant 53 1.1%

    Total Vacancy Rate 4.4%

    Households by Tenure and Mortgage StatusTotal 4,543 100.0%

    Owner Occupied 3,663 80.6%Owned with a Mortgage/Loan 3,113 68.5%Owned Free and Clear 549 12.1%Average Household Size 2.99

    Renter Occupied 880 19.4%Average Household Size 2.76

    Owner-occupied Housing Units by Race of HouseholderTotal 3,662 100.0%

    Householder is White Alone 3,403 92.9%Householder is Black Alone 22 0.6%Householder is American Indian Alone 14 0.4%Householder is Asian Alone 108 2.9%Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 3 0.1%Householder is Some Other Race Alone 53 1.4%Householder is Two or More Races 59 1.6%

    Owner-occupied Housing Units with Hispanic Householder 135 3.7%

    Renter-occupied Housing Units by Race of HouseholderTotal 880 100.0%

    Householder is White Alone 793 90.1%Householder is Black Alone 9 1.0%Householder is American Indian Alone 5 0.6%Householder is Asian Alone 18 2.0%Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 1 0.1%Householder is Some Other Race Alone 29 3.3%Householder is Two or More Races 25 2.8%

    Renter-occupied Housing Units with Hispanic Householder 65 7.4%

    Average Household Size by Race/Hispanic Origin of HouseholderHouseholder is White Alone 2.91Householder is Black Alone 3.00Householder is American Indian Alone 2.95Householder is Asian Alone 3.28Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 4.00Householder is Some Other Race Alone 3.94Householder is Two or More Races 3.13Householder is Hispanic 3.80

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1.

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  • 2010 Census Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Ring: 5 mile radius Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    2000-2010 2000 2010 Annual Rate

    Population 37,860 48,766 2.56%Households 13,185 17,121 2.65%Housing Units 13,807 18,084 2.74%

    Population by Race Number PercentTotal 48,765 100.0%

    Population Reporting One Race 47,171 96.7%White 42,982 88.1%Black 339 0.7%American Indian 298 0.6%Asian 1,248 2.6%Pacific Islander 109 0.2%Some Other Race 2,195 4.5%

    Population Reporting Two or More Races 1,594 3.3%

    Total Hispanic Population 4,689 9.6%

    Population by SexMale 23,922 49.1%Female 24,844 50.9%

    Population by AgeTotal 48,763 100.0%

    Age 0 - 4 3,402 7.0%Age 5 - 9 3,971 8.1%Age 10 - 14 3,968 8.1%Age 15 - 19 3,702 7.6%Age 20 - 24 2,996 6.1%Age 25 - 29 2,746 5.6%Age 30 - 34 3,196 6.6%Age 35 - 39 3,723 7.6%Age 40 - 44 3,803 7.8%Age 45 - 49 3,588 7.4%Age 50 - 54 3,293 6.8%Age 55 - 59 2,810 5.8%Age 60 - 64 2,340 4.8%Age 65 - 69 1,650 3.4%Age 70 - 74 1,046 2.1%Age 75 - 79 850 1.7%Age 80 - 84 768 1.6%Age 85+ 914 1.9%

    Age 18+ 35,235 72.3%Age 65+ 5,228 10.7%

    Median Age by Sex and Race/Hispanic OriginTotal Population 35.5

    Male 34.7Female 36.3

    White Alone 37.0Black Alone 21.3American Indian Alone 31.4Asian Alone 33.8Pacific Islander Alone 29.8Some Other Race Alone 25.6Two or More Races 17.0Hispanic Population 24.0

    Data Note: Hispanic population can be of any race. Census 2010 medians are computed from reported data distributions.Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography.

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  • 2010 Census Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Ring: 5 mile radius Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    Households by Type Total 17,121 100.0%

    Households with 1 Person 3,423 20.0%Households with 2+ People 13,698 80.0%

    Family Households 12,757 74.5%Husband-wife Families 10,346 60.4%

    With Own Children 5,090 29.7%Other Family (No Spouse Present) 2,411 14.1%

    With Own Children 1,455 8.5%Nonfamily Households 941 5.5%

    All Households with Children 6,978 40.8%Multigenerational Households 498 2.9%Unmarried Partner Households 923 5.4%

    Male-female 814 4.8%Same-sex 109 0.6%

    Average Household Size 2.76

    Family Households by SizeTotal 12,758 100.0%

    2 People 4,886 38.3%3 People 2,876 22.5%4 People 3,008 23.6%5 People 1,262 9.9%6 People 468 3.7%7+ People 258 2.0%

    Average Family Size 3.17

    Nonfamily Households by SizeTotal 4,364 100.0%

    1 Person 3,423 78.4%2 People 720 16.5%3 People 145 3.3%4 People 36 0.8%5 People 24 0.6%6 People 12 0.3%7+ People 4 0.1%

    Average Nonfamily Size 1.30

    Population by Relationship and Household TypeTotal 48,766 100.0%

    In Households 47,257 96.9%In Family Households 41,585 85.3%

    Householder 12,771 26.2%Spouse 10,356 21.2%Child 16,037 32.9%Other relative 1,296 2.7%Nonrelative 1,126 2.3%

    In Nonfamily Households 5,672 11.6%In Group Quarters 1,509 3.1%

    Institutionalized Population 177 0.4%Noninstitutionalized Population 1,332 2.7%

    Data Note: Households with children include any households with people under age 18, related or not. Multigenerational households are families with 3 or more parent-child relationships. Unmarried partner households are usually classified as nonfamily households unless there is another member of the household related to the householder. Multigenerational and unmarried partner households are reported only to the tract level. Esri estimated block group data, which is used to estimate polygons or non-standard geography. Average family size excludes nonrelatives.Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1.

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  • 2010 Census Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Ring: 5 mile radius Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    Family Households by Age of HouseholderTotal 12,757 100.0%

    Householder Age 15 - 44 5,800 45.5%Householder Age 45 - 54 3,031 23.8%Householder Age 55 - 64 2,123 16.6%Householder Age 65 - 74 1,063 8.3%Householder Age 75+ 740 5.8%

    Nonfamily Households by Age of HouseholderTotal 4,363 100.0%

    Householder Age 15 - 44 1,319 30.2%Householder Age 45 - 54 779 17.9%Householder Age 55 - 64 837 19.2%Householder Age 65 - 74 570 13.1%Householder Age 75+ 858 19.7%

    Households by Race of HouseholderTotal 17,121 100.0%

    Householder is White Alone 15,746 92.0%Householder is Black Alone 92 0.5%Householder is American Indian Alone 95 0.6%Householder is Asian Alone 351 2.1%Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 33 0.2%Householder is Some Other Race Alone 507 3.0%Householder is Two or More Races 297 1.7%

    Households with Hispanic Householder 1,047 6.1%

    Husband-wife Families by Race of HouseholderTotal 10,345 100.0%

    Householder is White Alone 9,487 91.7%Householder is Black Alone 49 0.5%Householder is American Indian Alone 57 0.6%Householder is Asian Alone 247 2.4%Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 21 0.2%Householder is Some Other Race Alone 321 3.1%Householder is Two or More Races 163 1.6%

    Husband-wife Families with Hispanic Householder 653 6.3%

    Other Families (No Spouse) by Race of HouseholderTotal 2,411 100.0%

    Householder is White Alone 2,146 89.0%Householder is Black Alone 15 0.6%Householder is American Indian Alone 17 0.7%Householder is Asian Alone 41 1.7%Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 6 0.2%Householder is Some Other Race Alone 121 5.0%Householder is Two or More Races 65 2.7%

    Other Families with Hispanic Householder 252 10.5%

    Nonfamily Households by Race of HouseholderTotal 4,362 100.0%

    Householder is White Alone 4,112 94.3%Householder is Black Alone 28 0.6%Householder is American Indian Alone 22 0.5%Householder is Asian Alone 62 1.4%Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 6 0.1%Householder is Some Other Race Alone 64 1.5%Householder is Two or More Races 68 1.6%

    Nonfamily Households with Hispanic Householder 142 3.3%Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1.

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  • 2010 Census Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Ring: 5 mile radius Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    Total Housing Units by OccupancyTotal 18,090 100.0%

    Occupied Housing Units 17,121 94.6%Vacant Housing Units

    For Rent 343 1.9%Rented, not Occupied 28 0.2%For Sale Only 268 1.5%Sold, not Occupied 60 0.3%For Seasonal/Recreational/Occasional Use 99 0.5%For Migrant Workers 3 0.0%Other Vacant 168 0.9%

    Total Vacancy Rate 5.3%

    Households by Tenure and Mortgage StatusTotal 17,121 100.0%

    Owner Occupied 12,317 71.9%Owned with a Mortgage/Loan 10,026 58.6%Owned Free and Clear 2,291 13.4%Average Household Size 2.82

    Renter Occupied 4,804 28.1%Average Household Size 2.59

    Owner-occupied Housing Units by Race of HouseholderTotal 12,317 100.0%

    Householder is White Alone 11,513 93.5%Householder is Black Alone 55 0.4%Householder is American Indian Alone 60 0.5%Householder is Asian Alone 274 2.2%Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 17 0.1%Householder is Some Other Race Alone 221 1.8%Householder is Two or More Races 177 1.4%

    Owner-occupied Housing Units with Hispanic Householder 482 3.9%

    Renter-occupied Housing Units by Race of HouseholderTotal 4,805 100.0%

    Householder is White Alone 4,233 88.1%Householder is Black Alone 37 0.8%Householder is American Indian Alone 35 0.7%Householder is Asian Alone 77 1.6%Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 16 0.3%Householder is Some Other Race Alone 286 6.0%Householder is Two or More Races 121 2.5%

    Renter-occupied Housing Units with Hispanic Householder 565 11.8%

    Average Household Size by Race/Hispanic Origin of HouseholderHouseholder is White Alone 2.70Householder is Black Alone 2.89Householder is American Indian Alone 3.19Householder is Asian Alone 3.15Householder is Pacific Islander Alone 3.76Householder is Some Other Race Alone 4.13Householder is Two or More Races 3.03Householder is Hispanic 3.91

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1.

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  • Demographic and Income Comparison Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Rings: 1, 3, 5 mile radii Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    1 mile 3 mile 5 mileCensus 2010 Summary

    Population 613 13,444 48,766Households 213 4,543 17,121Families 174 3,614 12,757Average Household Size 2.87 2.94 2.76Owner Occupied Housing Units 191 3,663 12,317Renter Occupied Housing Units 22 880 4,804Median Age 46.4 36.6 35.5

    2014 SummaryPopulation 652 13,783 49,844Households 227 4,645 17,539Families 184 3,675 12,979Average Household Size 2.87 2.95 2.76Owner Occupied Housing Units 201 3,675 12,339Renter Occupied Housing Units 26 971 5,200Median Age 47.7 37.7 36.4Median Household Income $99,573 $86,836 $73,523Average Household Income $115,792 $100,960 $86,881

    2019 SummaryPopulation 698 14,360 51,592Households 244 4,842 18,216Families 198 3,814 13,417Average Household Size 2.86 2.95 2.75Owner Occupied Housing Units 216 3,812 12,793Renter Occupied Housing Units 28 1,030 5,423Median Age 48.4 38.2 37.1Median Household Income $112,349 $97,541 $84,006Average Household Income $136,873 $111,321 $97,827

    Trends: 2014-2019 Annual RatePopulation 1.37% 0.82% 0.69%Households 1.45% 0.83% 0.76%Families 1.48% 0.75% 0.67%Owner Households 1.45% 0.73% 0.73%Median Household Income 2.44% 2.35% 2.70%

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2014 and 2019.

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  • Demographic and Income Comparison Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Rings: 1, 3, 5 mile radii Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    1 mile 3 mile 5 mile2014 Households by Income Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent

  • Demographic and Income Comparison Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Rings: 1, 3, 5 mile radii Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    1 mile 3 mile 5 mile2010 Population by Age Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent

    Age 0 - 4 22 3.6% 998 7.4% 3,402 7.0%Age 5 - 9 42 6.9% 1,284 9.5% 3,971 8.1%Age 10 - 14 46 7.5% 1,252 9.3% 3,968 8.1%Age 15 - 19 41 6.7% 868 6.5% 3,702 7.6%Age 20 - 24 28 4.6% 485 3.6% 2,996 6.1%Age 25 - 34 33 5.4% 1,432 10.6% 5,942 12.2%Age 35 - 44 77 12.6% 2,463 18.3% 7,526 15.4%Age 45 - 54 117 19.1% 1,945 14.5% 6,881 14.1%Age 55 - 64 110 18.0% 1,424 10.6% 5,150 10.6%Age 65 - 74 63 10.3% 754 5.6% 2,696 5.5%Age 75 - 84 23 3.8% 362 2.7% 1,618 3.3%Age 85+ 10 1.6% 176 1.3% 914 1.9%

    2014 Population by Age Number Percent Number Percent Number PercentAge 0 - 4 23 3.5% 961 7.0% 3,304 6.6%Age 5 - 9 35 5.4% 1,124 8.2% 3,665 7.4%Age 10 - 14 52 8.0% 1,312 9.5% 4,058 8.1%Age 15 - 19 45 6.9% 1,035 7.5% 3,907 7.8%Age 20 - 24 29 4.4% 638 4.6% 3,321 6.7%Age 25 - 34 44 6.7% 1,314 9.5% 5,728 11.5%Age 35 - 44 72 11.0% 2,198 15.9% 7,170 14.4%Age 45 - 54 115 17.6% 2,151 15.6% 7,009 14.1%Age 55 - 64 121 18.5% 1,561 11.3% 5,730 11.5%Age 65 - 74 77 11.8% 938 6.8% 3,393 6.8%Age 75 - 84 29 4.4% 371 2.7% 1,624 3.3%Age 85+ 11 1.7% 179 1.3% 935 1.9%

    2019 Population by Age Number Percent Number Percent Number PercentAge 0 - 4 26 3.7% 997 6.9% 3,431 6.7%Age 5 - 9 36 5.2% 1,122 7.8% 3,679 7.1%Age 10 - 14 47 6.7% 1,281 8.9% 4,062 7.9%Age 15 - 19 50 7.2% 1,159 8.1% 4,123 8.0%Age 20 - 24 29 4.1% 740 5.2% 3,311 6.4%Age 25 - 34 55 7.9% 1,311 9.1% 5,758 11.2%Age 35 - 44 70 10.0% 1,948 13.6% 7,020 13.6%Age 45 - 54 111 15.9% 2,383 16.6% 7,206 14.0%Age 55 - 64 133 19.0% 1,708 11.9% 6,062 11.7%Age 65 - 74 93 13.3% 1,091 7.6% 4,100 7.9%Age 75 - 84 38 5.4% 449 3.1% 1,900 3.7%Age 85+ 11 1.6% 171 1.2% 940 1.8%

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2014 and 2019.

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  • Demographic and Income Comparison Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Rings: 1, 3, 5 mile radii Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    1 mile 3 mile 5 mile2010 Race and Ethnicity Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent

    White Alone 568 92.8% 12,062 89.7% 42,982 88.1%Black Alone 2 0.3% 89 0.7% 339 0.7%American Indian Alone 3 0.5% 59 0.4% 298 0.6%Asian Alone 8 1.3% 422 3.1% 1,248 2.6%Pacific Islander Alone 0 0.0% 18 0.1% 109 0.2%Some Other Race Alone 13 2.1% 334 2.5% 2,195 4.5%Two or More Races 18 2.9% 461 3.4% 1,594 3.3%Hispanic Origin (Any Race) 31 5.1% 905 6.7% 4,689 9.6%

    2014 Race and Ethnicity Number Percent Number Percent Number PercentWhite Alone 599 91.9% 12,217 88.6% 43,377 87.0%Black Alone 3 0.5% 101 0.7% 367 0.7%American Indian Alone 4 0.6% 65 0.5% 320 0.6%Asian Alone 10 1.5% 482 3.5% 1,411 2.8%Pacific Islander Alone 0 0.0% 21 0.2% 129 0.3%Some Other Race Alone 15 2.3% 380 2.8% 2,457 4.9%Two or More Races 21 3.2% 516 3.7% 1,783 3.6%Hispanic Origin (Any Race) 36 5.5% 1,026 7.4% 5,245 10.5%

    2019 Race and Ethnicity Number Percent Number Percent Number PercentWhite Alone 635 91.0% 12,513 87.1% 44,076 85.4%Black Alone 4 0.6% 122 0.8% 425 0.8%American Indian Alone 4 0.6% 73 0.5% 349 0.7%Asian Alone 12 1.7% 573 4.0% 1,658 3.2%Pacific Islander Alone 0 0.0% 26 0.2% 164 0.3%Some Other Race Alone 17 2.4% 449 3.1% 2,851 5.5%Two or More Races 26 3.7% 603 4.2% 2,070 4.0%Hispanic Origin (Any Race) 44 6.3% 1,223 8.5% 6,112 11.8%

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2014 and 2019.

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  • Demographic and Income Comparison Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Rings: 1, 3, 5 mile radii Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

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    < $15K3.5%

    $15K - $24K4.8%

    $25K - $34K7.0%

    $35K - $49K6.6%

    $50K - $74K11.0%

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    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2014 and 2019.

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  • Demographic and Income Comparison Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Rings: 1, 3, 5 mile radii Latitude: 45.34612

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    < $15K4.8%

    $15K - $24K5.2%

    $25K - $34K5.4%

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    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2014 and 2019.

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  • Demographic and Income Comparison Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Rings: 1, 3, 5 mile radii Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

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    < $15K7.8%

    $15K - $24K7.3%

    $25K - $34K6.6%

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    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2014 and 2019.

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  • Market Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Rings: 1, 3, 5 mile radii Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    1 mile 3 mile 5 milePopulation Summary

    2000 Total Population 588 8,662 37,8602010 Total Population 613 13,444 48,7662014 Total Population 652 13,783 49,844

    2014 Group Quarters 1 74 1,5092019 Total Population 698 14,360 51,592

    2014-2019 Annual Rate 1.37% 0.82% 0.69%Household Summary

    2000 Households 199 3,021 13,1852000 Average Household Size 2.95 2.87 2.78

    2010 Households 213 4,543 17,1212010 Average Household Size 2.87 2.94 2.76

    2014 Households 227 4,645 17,5392014 Average Household Size 2.87 2.95 2.76

    2019 Households 244 4,842 18,2162019 Average Household Size 2.86 2.95 2.752014-2019 Annual Rate 1.45% 0.83% 0.76%

    2010 Families 174 3,614 12,7572010 Average Family Size 3.13 3.30 3.17

    2014 Families 184 3,675 12,9792014 Average Family Size 3.14 3.32 3.18

    2019 Families 198 3,814 13,4172019 Average Family Size 3.13 3.32 3.182014-2019 Annual Rate 1.48% 0.75% 0.67%

    Housing Unit Summary2000 Housing Units 209 3,139 13,807

    Owner Occupied Housing Units 85.2% 80.6% 70.2%Renter Occupied Housing Units 10.0% 15.7% 25.3%Vacant Housing Units 4.8% 3.8% 4.5%

    2010 Housing Units 228 4,753 18,084Owner Occupied Housing Units 83.8% 77.1% 68.1%Renter Occupied Housing Units 9.6% 18.5% 26.6%Vacant Housing Units 6.6% 4.4% 5.3%

    2014 Housing Units 244 4,833 18,458Owner Occupied Housing Units 82.4% 76.0% 66.8%Renter Occupied Housing Units 10.7% 20.1% 28.2%Vacant Housing Units 7.0% 3.9% 5.0%

    2019 Housing Units 263 5,044 19,229Owner Occupied Housing Units 82.1% 75.6% 66.5%Renter Occupied Housing Units 10.6% 20.4% 28.2%Vacant Housing Units 7.2% 4.0% 5.3%

    Median Household Income2014 $99,573 $86,836 $73,5232019 $112,349 $97,541 $84,006

    Median Home Value2014 $555,921 $353,695 $292,2762019 $692,708 $428,667 $377,900

    Per Capita Income2014 $41,574 $34,691 $30,7802019 $49,247 $38,282 $34,789

    Median Age2010 46.4 36.6 35.52014 47.7 37.7 36.42019 48.4 38.2 37.1

    Data Note: Household population includes persons not residing in group quarters. Average Household Size is the household population divided by total households. Persons in families include the householder and persons related to the householder by birth, marriage, or adoption. Per Capita Income represents the income received by all persons aged 15 years and over divided by the total population.Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2014 and 2019. Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography.

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  • Market Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Rings: 1, 3, 5 mile radii Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    1 mile 3 mile 5 mile2014 Households by Income

    Household Income Base 227 4,645 17,539

  • Market Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Rings: 1, 3, 5 mile radii Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    1 mile 3 mile 5 mile2010 Population by Age

    Total 611 13,447 48,7630 - 4 3.6% 7.4% 7.0%5 - 9 6.9% 9.5% 8.1%10 - 14 7.5% 9.3% 8.1%15 - 24 11.3% 10.1% 13.7%25 - 34 5.4% 10.6% 12.2%35 - 44 12.6% 18.3% 15.4%45 - 54 19.1% 14.5% 14.1%55 - 64 18.0% 10.6% 10.6%65 - 74 10.3% 5.6% 5.5%75 - 84 3.8% 2.7% 3.3%85 + 1.6% 1.3% 1.9%

    18 + 77.6% 69.0% 72.3%2014 Population by Age

    Total 653 13,782 49,8440 - 4 3.5% 7.0% 6.6%5 - 9 5.4% 8.2% 7.4%10 - 14 8.0% 9.5% 8.1%15 - 24 11.3% 12.1% 14.5%25 - 34 6.7% 9.5% 11.5%35 - 44 11.0% 15.9% 14.4%45 - 54 17.6% 15.6% 14.1%55 - 64 18.5% 11.3% 11.5%65 - 74 11.8% 6.8% 6.8%75 - 84 4.4% 2.7% 3.3%85 + 1.7% 1.3% 1.9%

    18 + 78.7% 70.4% 73.4%2019 Population by Age

    Total 699 14,360 51,5920 - 4 3.7% 6.9% 6.7%5 - 9 5.2% 7.8% 7.1%10 - 14 6.7% 8.9% 7.9%15 - 24 11.3% 13.2% 14.4%25 - 34 7.9% 9.1% 11.2%35 - 44 10.0% 13.6% 13.6%45 - 54 15.9% 16.6% 14.0%55 - 64 19.0% 11.9% 11.7%65 - 74 13.3% 7.6% 7.9%75 - 84 5.4% 3.1% 3.7%85 + 1.6% 1.2% 1.8%

    18 + 79.8% 71.1% 73.8%

    2010 Population by SexMales 314 6,617 23,922Females 299 6,827 24,844

    2014 Population by SexMales 334 6,797 24,538Females 318 6,985 25,306

    2019 Population by SexMales 357 7,097 25,492Females 341 7,263 26,101

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2014 and 2019. Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography.

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  • Market Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Rings: 1, 3, 5 mile radii Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    1 mile 3 mile 5 mile2010 Population by Race/Ethnicity

    Total 612 13,445 48,765White Alone 92.8% 89.7% 88.1%Black Alone 0.3% 0.7% 0.7%American Indian Alone 0.5% 0.4% 0.6%Asian Alone 1.3% 3.1% 2.6%Pacific Islander Alone 0.0% 0.1% 0.2%Some Other Race Alone 2.1% 2.5% 4.5%Two or More Races 2.9% 3.4% 3.3%

    Hispanic Origin 5.1% 6.7% 9.6%Diversity Index 22.4 29.5 35.8

    2014 Population by Race/EthnicityTotal 652 13,782 49,844

    White Alone 91.9% 88.6% 87.0%Black Alone 0.5% 0.7% 0.7%American Indian Alone 0.6% 0.5% 0.6%Asian Alone 1.5% 3.5% 2.8%Pacific Islander Alone 0.0% 0.2% 0.3%Some Other Race Alone 2.3% 2.8% 4.9%Two or More Races 3.2% 3.7% 3.6%

    Hispanic Origin 5.5% 7.4% 10.5%Diversity Index 24.4 32.1 38.5

    2019 Population by Race/EthnicityTotal 698 14,359 51,593

    White Alone 91.0% 87.1% 85.4%Black Alone 0.6% 0.8% 0.8%American Indian Alone 0.6% 0.5% 0.7%Asian Alone 1.7% 4.0% 3.2%Pacific Islander Alone 0.0% 0.2% 0.3%Some Other Race Alone 2.4% 3.1% 5.5%Two or More Races 3.7% 4.2% 4.0%

    Hispanic Origin 6.3% 8.5% 11.8%Diversity Index 27.0 35.8 42.2

    2010 Population by Relationship and Household TypeTotal 613 13,444 48,766

    In Households 99.8% 99.4% 96.9%In Family Households 91.2% 90.4% 85.3%

    Householder 29.4% 27.4% 26.2%Spouse 25.8% 23.2% 21.2%Child 30.7% 35.8% 32.9%Other relative 3.1% 2.3% 2.7%Nonrelative 2.3% 1.7% 2.3%

    In Nonfamily Households 8.6% 9.0% 11.6%In Group Quarters 0.2% 0.6% 3.1%

    Institutionalized Population 0.0% 0.2% 0.4%Noninstitutionalized Population 0.2% 0.3% 2.7%

    Data Note: Persons of Hispanic Origin may be of any race. The Diversity Index measures the probability that two people from the same area will be from different race/ethnic groups.Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2014 and 2019. Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography.

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  • Market Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Rings: 1, 3, 5 mile radii Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    1 mile 3 mile 5 mile2014 Population 25+ by Educational AttainmentTotal 470 8,714 31,588

    Less than 9th Grade 2.8% 2.4% 3.9%9th - 12th Grade, No Diploma 7.0% 3.7% 5.5%High School Graduate 20.4% 16.2% 18.7%GED/Alternative Credential 1.5% 2.6% 3.2%Some College, No Degree 29.4% 25.3% 25.7%Associate Degree 6.8% 8.5% 8.1%Bachelor's Degree 19.4% 28.5% 23.8%Graduate/Professional Degree 12.8% 12.8% 11.1%

    2014 Population 15+ by Marital StatusTotal 543 10,386 38,817

    Never Married 20.3% 18.9% 27.3%Married 70.2% 68.4% 59.4%Widowed 5.2% 4.6% 4.6%Divorced 4.4% 8.1% 8.8%

    2014 Civilian Population 16+ in Labor Force Civilian Employed 97.5% 94.9% 94.1% Civilian Unemployed 2.5% 5.1% 5.9%2014 Employed Population 16+ by IndustryTotal 309 6,347 23,298 Agriculture/Mining 3.6% 1.2% 1.2% Construction 3.9% 5.2% 5.3% Manufacturing 16.5% 15.7% 14.7% Wholesale Trade 3.9% 4.7% 3.4% Retail Trade 13.9% 11.1% 10.7% Transportation/Utilities 6.8% 3.5% 3.3% Information 1.3% 2.2% 2.5% Finance/Insurance/Real Estate 4.5% 9.3% 7.3% Services 44.7% 44.7% 49.2% Public Administration 1.0% 2.4% 2.4%2014 Employed Population 16+ by OccupationTotal 308 6,351 23,297 White Collar 68.6% 70.2% 64.1% Management/Business/Financial 18.4% 22.4% 17.8% Professional 21.0% 19.7% 20.0% Sales 10.4% 12.1% 10.7% Administrative Support 18.8% 16.0% 15.6% Services 14.6% 13.9% 17.6% Blue Collar 16.5% 16.0% 18.3% Farming/Forestry/Fishing 0.3% 0.3% 0.5% Construction/Extraction 1.6% 3.3% 3.7% Installation/Maintenance/Repair 3.2% 2.5% 3.0% Production 2.3% 5.4% 7.4% Transportation/Material Moving 9.1% 4.4% 3.8%

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2014 and 2019. Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography.

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  • Market Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Rings: 1, 3, 5 mile radii Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    1 mile 3 mile 5 mile2010 Households by Type

    Total 214 4,542 17,121Households with 1 Person 14.0% 16.2% 20.0%Households with 2+ People 86.0% 83.8% 80.0%

    Family Households 81.3% 79.6% 74.5%Husband-wife Families 71.5% 67.6% 60.4%

    With Related Children 26.6% 36.8% 30.8%Other Family (No Spouse Present) 9.8% 12.0% 14.1%

    Other Family with Male Householder 3.7% 3.4% 4.1%With Related Children 1.9% 2.4% 2.6%

    Other Family with Female Householder 5.6% 8.6% 10.0%With Related Children 2.8% 6.1% 6.9%

    Nonfamily Households 4.7% 4.2% 5.5%

    All Households with Children 31.9% 45.5% 40.8%

    Multigenerational Households 4.2% 2.6% 2.9%Unmarried Partner Households 4.7% 4.8% 5.4%

    Male-female 3.8% 4.0% 4.8%Same-sex 0.9% 0.7% 0.6%

    2010 Households by SizeTotal 214 4,542 17,122

    1 Person Household 14.0% 16.2% 20.0%2 Person Household 41.6% 32.3% 32.7%3 Person Household 15.9% 18.0% 17.6%4 Person Household 16.8% 20.8% 17.8%5 Person Household 7.5% 8.5% 7.5%6 Person Household 2.3% 2.9% 2.8%7 + Person Household 1.9% 1.3% 1.5%

    2010 Households by Tenure and Mortgage Status

    Total 213 4,543 17,121Owner Occupied 89.7% 80.6% 71.9%

    Owned with a Mortgage/Loan 65.7% 68.5% 58.6%Owned Free and Clear 23.5% 12.1% 13.4%

    Renter Occupied 10.3% 19.4% 28.1%

    Data Note: Households with children include any households with people under age 18, related or not. Multigenerational households are families with 3 or more parent-child relationships. Unmarried partner households are usually classified as nonfamily households unless there is another member of the household related to the householder. Multigenerational and unmarried partner households are reported only to the tract level. Esri estimated block group data, which is used to estimate polygons or non-standard geography.Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2014 and 2019. Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography.

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  • Market Profile22000 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, 97140Rings: 1, 3, 5 mile radii Latitude: 45.34612

    Longitude: -122.90893

    1 mile 3 mile 5 mileTop 3 Tapestry Segments

    1. Savvy Suburbanites (1D) Soccer Moms (4A) Soccer Moms (4A)2. Green Acres (6A) Green Acres (6A) Middleburg (4C)3. Top Tier (1A) Savvy Suburbanites (1D) Green Acres (6A)

    2014 Consumer Spending Apparel & Services: Total $ $530,680 $9,560,211 $31,303,958

    Average Spent $2,337.80 $2,058.17 $1,784.82Spending Potential Index 104 91 79

    Computers & Accessories: Total $ $91,066 $1,655,282 $5,391,107Average Spent $401.17 $356.36 $307.38Spending Potential Index 158 140 121

    Education: Total $ $599,391 $9,907,583 $31,309,523Average Spent $2,640.49 $2,132.96 $1,785.14Spending Potential Index 178 144 120

    Entertainment/Recreation: Total $ $1,209,892 $21,557,327 $69,804,053Average Spent $5,329.92 $4,640.97 $3,979.93Spending Potential Index 165 144 123

    Food at Home: Total $ $1,741,707 $31,675,923 $105,076,135Average Spent $7,672.72 $6,819.36 $5,991.00Spending Potential Index 151 134 118

    Food Away from Home: Total $ $1,135,869 $20,788,262 $68,011,510Average Spent $5,003.83 $4,475.41 $3,877.73Spending Potential Index 156 140 121

    Health Care: Total $ $1,715,632 $29,996,212 $97,626,184Average Spent $7,557.85 $6,457.74 $5,566.23Spending Potential Index 164 140 120

    HH Furnishings & Equipment: Total $ $584,521 $10,584,671 $34,281,598Average Spent $2,574.98 $2,278.72 $1,954.59Spending Potential Index 143 127 109

    Investments: Total $ $866,162 $15,664,705 $51,362,850Average Spent $3,815.69 $3,372.38 $2,928.49Spending Potential Index 142 126 109

    Retail Goods: Total $ $8,524,355 $153,584,257 $502,635,765Average Spent $37,552.22 $33,064.43 $28,658.18Spending Potential Index 151 133 115

    Shelter: Total $ $5,740,108 $102,694,965 $336,254,482Average Spent $25,286.82 $22,108.71 $19,171.82Spending Potential Index 158 138 120

    TV/Video/Audio: Total $ $435,273 $7,915,205 $26,359,531Average Spent $1,917.50 $1,704.03 $1,502.91Spending Potential Index 150 134 118

    Travel: Total $ $759,911 $13,206,589 $41,662,056Average Spent $3,347.63 $2,843.18 $2,375.40Spending Potential Index 176 149 125

    Vehicle Maintenance & Repairs: Total $ $390,525 $7,074,137 $23,098,552Average Spent $1,720.37 $1,522.96 $1,316.98Spending Potential Index 158 140 121

    Data Note: Consumer spending shows the amount spent on a variety of goods and services by households that reside in the area. Expenditures are shown by broad budget categories that are not mutually exclusive. Consumer spending does not equal business revenue. Total and Average Amount Spent Per Household represent annual figures. The Spending Potential Index represents the amount spent in the area relative to a national average of 100.Source: Consumer Spending data are derived from the 2011 and 2012 Consumer Expenditure Surveys, Bureau of Labor Statistics. Esri.Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2014 and 2019. Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography.

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  • only benefiting intermediaries will not be permitted. Said services may be discontinued. No liability is assumed for any errors in this report. Commissioner. The Insurance Division cautions intermediaries that this service is designed to benefit the ultimate insureds. Indiscriminate use

    This title information has been furnished, without charge, in conformance with the guidelines approved by the State of Oregon Insurance

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    TRANSFER HISTORY

    Skirt : 5. Dimensions : 4. Make : 3. Title : 2. ID Number : 1. Mobile Home Farm Buildings SizeRoof Shape : Foundataion : Roof Material : Basement Type : Floor Cover : Dishwasher : Basement Total SF : Floor Base : Heat A/C2 : Cellar SF : Wall Material : Heat A/C : Third Floor SF : Lot SF : Fireplace 2 : Second Floor SF : Lot Acres : Fireplace : 1st Floor SF : Garage SF : Bathrooms : Building Total SF : Garage Type : Bedrooms : Building Living SF : Year Built :

    PROPERTY CHARACTERISTICS

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    PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

    Millage Rate : Taxes : Levy Code : Assessed Total : Assessed Structure : Assessed Land : %Improved : Mkt Total : Mkt Structure : Mkt Land :

    ASSESSMENT AND TAX INFORMATION

    Telephone : County : Mail Address : MHLotAPN : Site Address : Parcel # : CoOwner : T : R: S : Q : QQ : Owner : Ref Parcel # :

    OWNERSHIP INFORMATION

    Today's Date : Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 503.219.TRIO (8746) Fax: 503.790.7872121 SW Morrison Street Suite 300 - Portland, OR 97204

    Property Information Department

    6/26/2013

    R3203 00106Spath Dennis L0302W03SSpath Sheryl A

    546181*no Site Address*PO Box 1516 Sherwood Or 97140

    Yamhill (OR)

    $350,145$350,145

    $3,41729.2$44.0912-1312.4001

    4307.02RCH6 RURAL CHEHALEMSpath Sub60 NO SIGNIFICANCE*unknown Stat Class*600 For,VacantPOTENTIAL ADDITIONAL TAX LIABILITYLOT 5 SPATH SUBDIVISION = 10.31ACRES

    10.31449,104

  • only benefiting intermediaries will not be permitted. Said services may be discontinued. No liability is assumed for any errors in this report. Commissioner. The Insurance Division cautions intermediaries that this service is designed to benefit the ultimate insureds. Indiscriminate use

    This title information has been furnished, without charge, in conformance with the guidelines approved by the State of Oregon Insurance

    : : : : : :: : : : : :: : : : : :: : : : : :: : : : : :: : : : : :Owner(s) Date Doc # Price Deed Loan Type

    TRANSFER HISTORY

    Skirt : 5. Dimensions : 4. Make : 3. Title : 2. ID Number : 1. Mobile Home Farm Buildings SizeRoof Shape : Foundataion : Roof Material : Basement Type : Floor Cover : Dishwasher : Basement Total SF : Floor Base : Heat A/C2 : Cellar SF : Wall Material : Heat A/C : Third Floor SF : Lot SF : Fireplace 2 : Second Floor SF : Lot Acres : Fireplace : 1st Floor SF : Garage SF : Bathrooms : Building Total SF : Garage Type : Bedrooms : Building Living SF : Year Built :

    PROPERTY CHARACTERISTICS

    : :

    Legal : Land Use : Stat Class : Zoning : Special District : Subdivision/Plat : Neighborhood : Census Tract : Block : MapPageGrid :

    PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

    Millage Rate : Taxes : Levy Code : Assessed Total : Assessed Structure : Assessed Land : %Improved : Mkt Total : Mkt Structure : Mkt Land :

    ASSESSMENT AND TAX INFORMATION

    Telephone : County : Mail Address : MHLotAPN : Site Address : Parcel # : CoOwner : T : R: S : Q : QQ : Owner : Ref Parcel # :

    OWNERSHIP INFORMATION

    Today's Date : Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 503.219.TRIO (8746) Fax: 503.790.7872121 SW Morrison Street Suite 300 - Portland, OR 97204

    Property Information Department

    6/26/2013

    R3203 00107Spath Dennis L0302W03SSpath Sheryl A

    546184*no Site Address*PO Box 1516 Sherwood Or 97140

    Yamhill (OR)

    $345,958$345,958

    $3,31729.2$41.1412-1312.4001

    4307.02RCH6 RURAL CHEHALEMSpath Sub64 FARM LAND,UNZONED*unknown Stat Class*640 For,Unzoned Farm Land,VacantPOTENTIAL ADDITIONAL TAX LIABILITYLOT 4 SPATH SUBDIVISION = 10.01ACRES

    10.01436,036

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    Email: [email protected]: 503.219.TRIO (8746) Fax: 503.790.7872

    121 SW Morrison Street Suite 300 Portland, OR 97204Property Information Department

    Reference Parcel #: R3203 00106

  • OF OREGON ASSUMES NO LIABILITY FOR ANY VARIATIONS AS MAY BE DISCLOSED BY AN ACTUAL SURVEYTHIS MAP IS PROVIDED AS A CONVENIENCE IN LOCATING PROPERTY. FIRST AMERICAN TITLE COMPANY

    Email: [email protected]: 503.219.TRIO (8746) Fax: 503.790.7872

    121 SW Morrison Street Suite 300 Portland, OR 97204Property Information Department

    Reference Parcel #: R3203 00106

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