Oregon Real Estate

  • Real Estate In Salem Oregon
    There's no question that real estate in Salem, Oregon is a good investment. Not only is the city the state capital, but its central location in the Willamette Valley makes it convenient to other areas....
  • Linn County Oregon
    Bear properties in Linn County, Oregon in mind as you look for a house along or just off the Pacific coast. Reports from the historic Lewis and Clark expedition of 1805, which traveled so quickly to t....
  • Real Estate In Tangent
    The minute you look at real estate in Tangent, you'll probably realize what a delightful find this little community is. Located in the heart of Linn County, Oregon, it offers all the amenities of the ....
  • Marion County Oregon
    Marion County, Oregon lies in the northwest quadrant of the state--shaped something like a ball-peen hammer on its side, or, if you prefer, a half of a dog-bone treat. Home to the state capital of Sal....
  • Real Estate In Linn County Oregon
    Investing in real estate in Linn County, Oregon is a marvelous decision. Whether you're looking for a tiny village well back in the foothills or a college town near the river, chances are better than ....
  • Monmouth Oregon
    Technically part of the metropolitan area of the state capital, Monmouth, Oregon is a delightful small city in its own right. It lies about 15 miles nearly due southwest of Salem off Route 51. Well pl....
  • 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....
  • 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.....
  • 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....
  • 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,....