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According to data collecting during the 2010 United States Census, Oregon is the 27th most populous state in the United States, and it is the ninth largest in terms of area. Even though Salem is the capital of Oregon, Portland is the state’s largest city. As of 2012, the U.S. Census Bureau estimates that the population of Portland had grown to around 603,106. The number of people living in the entire Portland metro area is approximately 2,262,605 at last tally.

Although the city of Portland is one of Oregon’s greatest benefits of living in Oregon, you must not overlook the state’s many majestic mountain peaks. Mount Hood is very likely the most famous mountain in the state of Oregon, and is the second most climbed mountain in the world. Its popularity can also be attributed to the legendary Mount Hood Ski Bowl, and the well-known climbing challenges that it poses to the hundreds of world class mountain climbers who cannot resist. Of course, most of us have heard about the tragedies that have occurred when snow storms, and the other dangers associated with attempting to ascend Mount Hood, have claimed the lives of several failed climbers.

On a more positive note, 99.9% of those people who Mt Hood real estate enjoy the benefits of owning mountain homes without risking their lives. For instance, the aforementioned ski slopes are only one small reasons that people decide to purchase Mt Hood cabins. Perhaps a bigger reason people find mountain property alluring is the area economy, which is driven by the robust agricultural and lumber industries.

When it comes to the cost of living in Oregon, the cost of area homes is below the national average. At the same time, the strong computer and software, manufacturing, and timber industries provide residents with jobs that also pay higher than the national average. Therefore, the combination of good pay and reasonable cost of living in Oregon led Forbes to proclaim Portland one of the “Best Places” to living in the United States.

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One Reply to “Discover the Benefits of Living in Oregon”

  1. Oregon I know is a beautiful state, but I have never been there. It’s strange that I’ve been to Washington state twice but am yet to set foot in Oregon! That’s a gorgeous country up in there, so much undiscovered territory.

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