Oregon Real Estate

  • Monroe Oregon
    The small town of Monroe, Oregon sits just over the Benton county line from Linn County on the west side of the Willamette River. A quiet, friendly, rural community, Monroe's population is barely 600.....
  • Real Estate In Sweet Home Oregon
    By 1878, real estate in Sweet Home, Oregon was restricted to 32 lots on four square blocks. Although it had been settled more than 25 years earlier, Sweet Home was still a sleepy Linn County village b....
  • Polk County Oregon
    Polk County, Oregon residents think of their homes as "a county where good things happen." History bears them out. Created just before Christmas in 1845, the county was named for President James Polk,....
  • Residential Real Estate In Oregon
    Chances are good that your search of residential real estate in Oregon won't be in its lightly populated eastern half. To the north are the Blue and Wallowa Mountain ranges of the Rockies, the Snake R....
  • Properties For Sale In Oregon
    The regional attractions of properties for sale in Oregon are not much different than the virtues that Meriwether Lewis and William Clark extolled in their reports back to then President Thomas Jeffer....
  • Salem Oregon
    Salem, Oregon is well enough known as the capital of the state. It is also one of Oregon's oldest communities. The Indian name for the area was Chemeketa, or meeting place, and may well have also been....
  • Real Estate In Oregon
    You're looking at real estate in Oregon with an eye to investment? It's a great choice and a beautiful place to call home, especially if the idea of 35 people per square mile is more attractive to you....
  • Properties In Marion County Oregon
    As you search the Willamette Valley for real estate, be sure to look at properties in Marion County, Oregon. Encompassing nearly 1,200 acres, Marion lies in the heart of the valley, flanked by the foo....
  • Scio Oregon
    Chances are good that you've never heard of Scio, Oregon--population 600. It's a lovely and friendly little town about 25 miles from the state capital in the heart of the fertile Willamette Valley. Th....
  • Albany Oregon
    Albany, Oregon--population about 42,000--is one of the Willamette Valley region's larger urban centers. Today it is both an important manufacturing center for seed, timber, food processing, and rare m....