8 Best Places to Live in Oregon, According to Real Estate Experts


Set against iconic Mount Hood, Portland's allure with newcomers lies in its stunning natural setting, bustling creative community, and robust job market.


While Salem is the capital city, our inventory tends to be much more affordable than our larger neighboring communities," Ashleigh Fordham, an agent.


Central Oregon is a prime destination for outdoor activities, and Bend makes an excellent home base to explore and enjoy the region's natural beauty.


n the city, there are many sought-after neighborhoods centered around good schools for families and around the university for investment. In the countryside.

Lake Oswego

This charming town of about 40,000 is a suburb of Portland that offers top-notch education, safe neighborhoods, a strong community vibe, and lively arts and culinary.

Cannon Beach

With the iconic Haystack Rock rising from the Pacific Ocean, miles of expansive sandy beaches, and spectacular scenery, Cannon Beach is a picture-perfect.

Grants Pass

Case explained that housing is pretty affordable in the town where median home prices are in the low $400,000s. However, just like elsewhere in the state.


Oregon's third-largest city certainly has a lot in store for its over 170,000 residents who appreciate its world-class sports facilities, year-round cultural events.