News From Oregon
Timely, relevant and useful information about Oregon and other parts of the country related to real estate, finance and policy issues for homeowners and prospective homeowners.
Whether you live in a rural, suburban or urban community, your response to the US Census will influence how billions of federal dollars flow into your community over the next decade. Learn more.
Portland residents are known for going above and beyond to support local businesses with events like the annual Caffeine Crawl.
In August, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown signed a variety of bills into law that are designed to fix the state’s housing crunch.
Mid-Valley residents need a new bridge to reduce traffic congestion and to help ease their commutes for work, school and entertainment.
Ballot Measure 104 would clarify that politicians can’t raise revenue without a supermajority vote.
The City of Sisters City Council is considering tightening existing vacation rental regulations and further restricting short-term rentals.
The legislators in Salem are currently considering the Oregon First-Time Homebuyers Savings Program, a new idea to help prospective home buyers start saving for their first home.
More than 850 Oregon REALTORS® came together for the annual OAR REALTOR® Day at the Capital in support of legislative policies that protect home ownership and the American dream for all Oregonians.
The Oregon Association of REALTORS® is continuing a strong history of supporting affordable housing opportunities in their state.
Portland Metropolitan Association of REALTORS® helped fund and develop a regional consumer preference study on housing. The Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area is growing fast. Its population is expected to increase from its current 1.9 million to 2.9 …
Portland Metropolitan Association of REALTORS® helped fund and develop a regional consumer preference study on housing. The Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area is growing fast, with the population expected to increase from its current 1.9 million to 2. …