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From the logging towns of Oregon to the hipster bars of Brooklyn, people dream of moving to Portland, Oregon. Drawn like moths to the flame of craft beer and environmental sustainability, these aspiring transplants dream of a utopia of low home prices and artistic opportunity.

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25 Reasons Oregon Is Better Than Washington

What is it about Oregon that makes it superior to its neighbor to the north? Could it be the state's incredible popularity, vastly superior craft beers, or their residents' far sexier bodies? It's all those things and (at least) 25 more...

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31 Things to Consider Before Moving to Eugene, Oregon

Portland may be getting all the attention these day (thanks a bundle, Fred and Carrie), but Eugene, Oregon remains a treasured gem, nestled in the Willamette Valley. Clean, green, and the home of one mean football team, the Eug can be a dream come true for college students and young families looking for a fresh start.

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18 Southern Oregon Secrets

Many people hear “Oregon” and instantly think Portland (and often Portlandia). But Oregon’s a pretty big state—almost 100,000 square miles, in fact. “Southern Oregon” (SOOR) has different definitions depending on whom you ask.

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The Cultural Geography of Oregon

From the rain-soaked forests of the coast to the scenic deserts of the east, Oregon is a great place to live. However, choosing where in this great state to buy a home is a challenge. Do you buy a condo in bustling popular Portland, a ski cabin near Bend, or a ranch house near Pendleton?

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16 Reasons You Should NEVER Move to Portland

Each day, thousands of people across America contemplate moving to Portland, Oregon. Drawn by its creative culture, influential arts and food scene, and rising popularity, many think Portland is the place to be. Unfortunately, they couldn't be more wrong.

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How Family Friendly Are Oregon’s 20 Biggest Cities?

The number of parents opting to start their families in the city has been rising over the last few decades. But choosing which city to call home can be a difficult decision. What makes for a good place to settle down is of course subjective, but Estately believes there are a number of ways to measure a city’s family friendliness.

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Here’s Why Oregon Is Better Than Each And Every U.S. State

There are 50 states in this great land, but only one can be the best. So why is Oregon a better place to live and buy a home than other state? Here are 50 reasons why Oregon is the best state in America...

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