Located in the Pacific northwest, bordered to the north by Washington, Idaho to the east, Nevada to the southeast and California to the south, Oregon boasts a diverse landscape comparable to few. From the Pacific coastline to the Cascade Mountain Range, evergreen forests, towering redwoods and high deserts, there is no shortage of breathtaking views outside your door, if you buy a condo in Oregon.
The Willamette valley, which spreads from Eugene in the south, through Corvallis and Salem to Portland, is the most concentrated population area in Oregon. The total population of Oregon is just under 4 million. Bend is the fastest growing metropolitan area in the state, and ranked among the top ten in the U.S. There are seven regions in Oregon that each offer a different living experience; the Portland metro region is known for its parks and gardens as well as restaurants and craft breweries, the coast offers small fishing villages and dramatic scenery, the Willamette Valley is famous for its wine and historic towns, Southern Oregon boasts a thriving arts scene, Mt. Hood and The Gorge offer everything there is to offer in outdoor activities, the Eastern Oregon region shows of painted hills and Oregon Trail historical sights, and the Central Oregon region is known for its high deserts, outdoor activities and world class golf.
If you are an outdoor enthusiast you will love the benefits of owning a condo in Oregon where salmon fishing, kayaking, windsurfing, hiking, biking, golfing, skiing, and snowmobiling are just a few of the activities available. The climate in Oregon is heavily influenced by the Pacific Ocean, generally weather is mild but sometimes experiences brief periods of extreme hot and cold. Mt. Hood, one of the world’s most climbed mountains is also North America’s only mountain to maintain a year-round ski season.