Why You Need to Move to Oregon Today!

Real Estate Agent with The Kelly Group Real Estate

Many people consider relocating to Portland, Oregon for several reasons. Do you love the close proximity to the famous Oregon Coast, St Helens, Mt Hood and more? There are seemingly endless acres of large forest available for hiking, fishing and camping. Furthermore, there are great attractions where tourists can visit including luxury villas for rent and sale. Real estate business has been doing very well in this region given its close proximity to social amenities as well as other entertainment facilities. This state sets the national bar for bicycle commuting/riding in lieu of cars, making it recognized worldwide as the innovators of revolutionary waste recycling programs. There is a plethora of well established independent performance theatres as well as movie houses which serve homemade pizzas and beer. What else are you looking for? When you move to this state, you will definitely enjoy the easy commute in the cities and its suburbs. There is a massive transit system connecting both large and small towns in the region. Furthermore, there are lower real estate prices as well as the cost of living thus many people find it easier to live here. This state is the home to several well known amenities including green space, public transit, local arts as well as entertainment scene. If you want to start a community garden, then it will be very easy for you to start one here at Oregon. Do you really love dogs, wine, beer, art and other outdoorsy stuff in general? Then you need to take your coat off and remain awhile because you are already home. Oregon is more attractive compared to the southern and northern neighbors, California and Washington, thus for those who are seeking to move to the west coast, Oregon in general is a good place to stay.

Read more here about how Oregon continues to welcome more new residents than any other state!

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Kelly Hagglund, Principal Broker, Licensed in Oregon.


Comments (2)

Bruce Walter
Keller Williams Realty Lafayette/West Lafayette, Indiana - West Lafayette, IN


Portland, OR sure has a lot to offer and I hope you get lots of calls and some new buyers from this great post!  

Kelly, please humor me with my stupid question for the day:  How far north into Washington would you have to live to be able to see both Mt. Rainier and Mt. Hood at the same time?

Jan 12, 2016 04:00 AM
Kelly Hagglund

Thanks Bruce! And for your question, it depends on the weather and altitude/view, but you can see Mt. Hood, Mt. Saint Helens and Mt. Rainier from parts of Portland. Can even get a glimpse of Mt. Adams as well, when it isn't raining! The best Mt. Rainier views would probably be in Lewis County, WA, though

Jan 12, 2016 08:44 AM
Mark Don McInnes, Sandpoint-Idaho
Sandpoint Realty LLC - Sandpoint, ID
North Idaho Real Estate - 208-255.6227

Hello Kelly,  It is so fantastic when a town, city, has so much to offer nearbye.  Mark

Jan 12, 2016 06:17 AM